copy of Connected pilot wire heating module
Including €0.05 for ecotax
PILOT WIRE RADIATOR MODULE
! For France only
Connected to the DiO HomeBox, the pilot wire heating module with status feedback lets you control your pilot wire radiator and schedule your programs quickly and easily, for the whole connected house or zone by zone (up to four zones).
Thanks to the status feedback feature, you know the status of your heating at any time (eco mode, comfort, frost protection, off).
One module for pilot wire electric radiator with status feedback, mounting screws and wall plugs
Connect the module to your radiator and connect it to your DiO HomeBox. Thanks to the DiO Home app, adjust your heating mode, wherever you are.
WARNING! Exclusively designed for radiators equipped with pilot wire technology (France)
|Degree of protection||IP20|
|Type of solution|
|Wireless protocol||DiO 2.0|
|Number of transmitters max.||32|
|Return of status||Yes|
|Heating compatibility||Pilot wire electric heating|
|Content||1 module for electric radiator with status feedback, screws and plugs for fixing|
- ed-gw-03 user manual fr (v1.0 150414).pdf Télécharger
Easy to install
Here you can see the connections of the module used in the complete installation of your Pilot wire DiO connected heating solution, from connecting the peripherals to using it via smartphone, and including installation on the getdio.me interface:
DiO 2.0 – the enhanced performance solution
In addition, they are ideal for checking the status of your devices through your smartphone using status feedback, so you can check if your lights are turned on or off, your shutters open or closed, your heating switched on, etc.
Lastly, DiO 2.0 modules and sockets have advanced options such as the signal repeater, doubling the transmission distance.
DiO 1.0 and DiO 2.0 products do not operate on the same radio frequency and are therefore not compatible. However, you can use them together through the smart home system, which will link them and enable you to use a DiO 1.0 remote control to turn on a lamp connected to a DiO 2.0 module, for example.