Set of 2 On/Off lighting modules & remote control
Including €0.12 for ecotax
Control your lights from your sofa
Thanks to the flush-mount lighting module, you control your chandeliers and ceiling lights remotely with no need to pull cables.
- Remote control: 3 channels + 1 group function
- Maximum number of transmitters: up to 32 controls
- Transmission range: 50 m (free field)
- 100% Compatible with the DiO 1.0 range
- Free smartphone application (requires LiteBox or DiO control unit)
- Contents: Two 1000-W On/Off lighting modules, one remote control, CR2032 battery
|Type of control||On/Off|
|Wireless protocol||DiO 1.0|
|Radio frequency||433,92 MHz|
|Number of channels||3 + 1|
- 54856 user manual 201027.pdf Télécharger
- 54856 red declaration (150119).pdf Télécharger
Easy to install
Modernize your home and get it connected in no time. You don't have to do any heavy work or make any cuts in the walls. With our DiO by Chacon products, you can improve your home and make it smarter in no time.
With just a box to connect to each lamp, you manage your lamps directly using the DiO 1.0 remote control, without needing to install or modify any wiring.
Perfectly suited to your needs!
Are you a person in a hurry who never has time, or do you just want to get rid of some of your daily chores? With the modules offered to you, you can control all the electrical appliances and lighting fixtures in your home according to your needs and desires.
You can add more modules and with one or more transmitters (switches, remote control, smartphone, etc.) program life scenarios, for example to wake you up gently in the morning. The heating in the bathroom turns on, your coffee starts brewing, the lights gradually come on...
Control your lighting with your smartphone.
Your remote control is hidden again just when you need it; luckily your smartphone is close by.
To control your lights via your telephone, you must connect the module to the LiteBox or DiO control unit. Thanks to the free smartphone app, you can set timers and program life scenarios, for example to simulate a presence during your holidays.