Gira wireless switching actuator Mini

Gira Mini wireless switching actuator

The Gira wireless switching actuator Mini enables the switching of electrical loads wirelessly. Thanks to its compact design, there is enough room for the device in a light canopy, for example. With sufficient contact security, it can also be inserted behind socket outlets.

Up to 14 wireless channels can be assigned to the Gira wireless switching actuator Mini. The advantage here: Mobile devices, floor lamps and all outdoor socket outlets can be switched on and off centrally and wirelessly.

Further product features

  • When a wireless sentinel telegram is received, the switching actuator switches on for an overrun time of approx. 1 minute.
  • The switching actuator can be integrated into up to 5 light scenes. These are called up and saved with the corresponding wireless transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter Komfort).
  • Automatic assignment of an existing All On or All Off button.
  • Light control with a wireless presence detector in 2-point mode (load switched on or off).
  • Note: A combination of presence detectors and sentinels cannot be assigned.

Switching capacity

  • 1000 W light bulbs
  • 1000 W HV halogen
  • 750 VA LV halogen for wound transformer with at least 85% rated load
  • 750 W LV halogen, Gira Tronic transformer
  • 500 VA fluorescent lamps, uncompensated
  • 400 VA fluorescent lamps, with parallel compensation
  • 1000 VA fluorescent lamps, lead-lag circuit

Watch out for high inrush peak currents when using 'energy saving lamps'. Check suitability of the lamps before use!

Technical data

Power supply

AC 230 V, 50 Hz

Switch contact

Relay contact 8 A

Reception frequency

8.433.42 MHz

Temperature range

-20ºC to +55ºC

Protection type

IP 20

Dimensions

Ø 52 x H 23 mm

The delivery results subject to countries specific assortments

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