DIN rail 500w Radio window shutters module


Model: MVR500MRP

Item number: 5454469


Model: MVR500MRPX

Item number: 5454470


Receivers can be connected to one another to set up centralised and group controls.

FUNCTIONAL: Centralise an unlimited number of window shutters thanks to Yokis radio bus.

RADIO: it can be controlled by an unlimited number of transmitters.

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.)

ECONOMICAL: Thanks to simple wiring and attractive pricing.

FEATURES: Built-in daily scheduling, multi-area management, scenario management, remote control.

Hybrid module: can be controlled by a radio transmitter as well as by a wired pushbutton or switch

Traditional programming (pushbutton) and through installer App

Comprehensive information about transmitter / receiver configuration and configuration guide for Yokis Radio bus is available in Yokis catalogue, under Quick radio installation guide section.

Download EU declaration of conformity – code 5454469

Download EU declaration of conformity – code 5454470

Technical features

Network voltage

230V ~ (+10% - 15%) - 50Hz


3-wire motor, 230V~, 2A max. 500VA

Ambient temp. range

-20°C + 50°C


< 1VA - < 0.3W

Relative humidity

0 to 70%

Dimensions (mm)

see figure

Antenna dimensions

80mm height, cable length: 25cm

Direct and/or centralised control: Yokis Radio Bus provides a centralised radio control for shutters

All Yokis transmitters are compatible with MVR500MRP devices

The modules support dual operation mode: they can be controlled via radio and from local wired pushbuttons at the same time.

Programmable: opens and closes shutters every day thanks to the built-in daily scheduler.


< 100 sq. m within the same room 50m in free field without obstacles. Range is reduced by metal items, walls or partitions


2.4 GHz


Two-way with notification LED on transmitter.
Memory of radio connections
Data are saved in case of a power failure.