Gira KNX switching/blind actuators

Gira KNX switching/blind actuator, 8-gang/4-gang

The Gira KNX switching/blind actuators with manual actuation and integrated bus coupling can be used as a switching actuator (max. 4-gang, 8-gang, or 16-gang) or as a blind actuator (max. 2-gang, 4-gang, or 8-gang) depending on the parameterization. Mixed configurations of switching and blind actuators are also possible. For the blind actuator function, two neighbouring relay outputs are combined to form one blind output. The devices have a switching position indication for each relay.

Manual actuation for switching over the relays can be in parallel or without KNX operation. Central switch-off can also be performed via manual actuation. The DRA actuators are installed on a DIN top-hat rail, and the connection of different external conductors to the outputs is permissible. Gira recommends ETS 3.0 d for configuring and starting up the device. 

Functions of the blind actuator outputs

  • Independent control of up to 2, 4 or 8 blind outputs
  • Behaviour in the event of bus voltage failure and recovery can be set
  • Separately parameterizable movement times with movement time extension for moving into the upper end position.
  • All blind outputs can be centrally controlled.
  • Feedback on the hanging or slat position. Active or passive (object can be read out) cyclical feedback functions
  • Feedback can be delayed until after the bus voltage is restored
  • Assignments of up to 5 different safety functions (3 wind alarms, 1 rain alarm, 1 frost alarm), with cyclical monitoring as an option
  • Forced setting function can be realised for each blind output
  • Sun protection function with fixed and variable hanging or slat positions can be activated
  • Inclusion in scenes possible, maximum of 8 internal scenes can be parameterized per channel
  • Memory function for light scenes

Functions of the switching actuator outputs

  • Independent switching of up to 4, 8 or 16 switch outputs
  • NO contact or NC contact operation can be set
  • Behaviour in the event of bus voltage failure and recovery can be set
  • Central switching function
  • Group feedback for reduction of bus load
  • Active or passive cyclical feedback function (object can be read out)
  • Feedback can be delayed until after the bus voltage is restored
  • Logical linking function for each output
  • Block function can be parameterized for each channel. As an alternative, forced setting function for each output.
  • Time functions (switch-on, switch-off delay, staircase light function - also with advance warning function)
  • Inclusion in scenes possible, maximum of 8 internal scenes can be parameterized per channel
  • Memory function for light scenes

Technical data

Operating voltage

AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz

Switching contact

Relay with 4, 8 or 16 potential-free NO contacts

Switching capacity AC 230 V

16 A / AC 1
16 AX

Maximum switch-on current

800 A, 200 µs
165 A, 20 ms

Connected load

3000 W Ohmic load
16 A, max. 140 µF capacitive load AC 230 V
1380 VA motors (blind or fan)
3000 W light bulbs
2500 W HV halogen
1200-VA LV halogen, wound transformer
1500-W LV halogen, Gira Tronic transformer
1000 VA fluorescent lamps
uncompensated
2300 VA fluorescent lamps
Lead-lag circuit
1160-VA fluorescent lamps
with parallel compensation
1000 W Mercury-vapour lamps
uncompensated
1160 W Mercury-vapour lamps
with parallel compensation

Connections

KNX via connection and junction terminal 0595 00
Load via screw terminals
1.5 to 4 mm² single-wire
2 x 1.5 to 2.5 mm² single-wire
0.75 to 4 mm² fine-wire
without core jacket
0.5 to 2.5 mm² fine-wire
with core jacket

Dimensions

DRA device with 4 or 8 HP

VDE - approval in accordance with

EN 60669-1, EN 60669-2-1,
EN 50428

The delivery results subject to countries specific assortments

Blinds, roller shutters and window control

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