Automating window shutter operation using local, group and centralised controls
500W flush-mounted shutter module
Item number: 5454090
WHAT MAKES YOKIS UNIQUE
FUNCTIONAL: Centralise an unlimited number of window shutters with a single driver wire.
SAFE: Does not damage the window shutter or the motor in case of an obstacle thanks to the built-in torque control.
UNIVERSAL: Compatible with all shutter types and brands with 3-wire motor (Somfy, Aprimatic, Bubendorff, etc.).
COST-EFFECTIVE: Thanks to simple wiring and attractive pricing.
FEATURES: Built-in daily scheduling, multiple area configuration, scenario setting, addition of remote control device.
THE ADVANTAGES OF THE FLUSH-MOUNTED SHUTTER MODULE
Easy to connect: pull-out terminal box makes wiring connection easier
L: 230V~ 50Hz
N: Motor common neutral
F: Closing motor wire
O: Opening motor wire
230V ~ (+10% - 15%) - 50Hz
3-wire motor, 230V~, 2A max. 500VA
-20°C + 50°C
< 60dB at 20cm
from 0 to 99%
- Centralisation: All window shutters can be centralised on a double up/down pushbutton, with a single driver wire. The number of window shutters is unlimited, which makes it ideal for large installations in office buildings
- Cost-effective: Simple and functional, at a very convenient price. Just add a driver wire during installation to centralise the system.
- Extremely compact size: Fits easily into the 50-mm deep flush-mounted boxes for wiring systems or inside the window shutter box.
- Daily scheduler: Opens and closes window shutters every day thanks to the built-in daily scheduler.
REL1C (item n. 5454081): Relay with 230 V~ coil 230V / 0.1A NO contact. Required to install centralised shutter control in three-phase systems. Useful for office building applications.
R12M (item n. 5454073): Double pushbutton interface, allows for switch-on/off control in centralised systems
CVI50 (item n. 5454805): Allows the centralisation of modules from the 500 range
D600V (item n. 5454072): Diode for module centralisation with driver wire
ADBT (item n. 5454076): 12-48V AC or DC low-voltage adapter
Wiring connection of window shutter with MVR500E module
Wiring connection with local and remote controls
Piloting of a shutter with 24 Vdc motor
Centralisation of several window shutters with one double pushbutton
Centralisation with single and double local pushbuttons and one centralised double pushbutton
Example of multi-zone centralisation
Centralisation with clock
Low-voltage centralisation of window shutters, with low-voltage controls on double pushbuttons (example application: hospital)
Low-voltage centralisation of window shutters, with 230V control
Centralisation of window shutters in three-phase systems
Crossed shutter centralisation: by floor and by exposition (North and South)
Controlling a wired centralisation system with a remote control