DiO 2.0 home automation socket (868 MHz)
Including €0.15 for contribution
Very easy to install, this remotely controllable socket lets you control your smart lighting individually, centrally, or automatically thanks to a personalised life scenario, using a remote control or smartphone via the HomeBox.
Link the socket to the DiO HomeBox, and thanks to the free smartphone app, you can centralise and automate your lights and devices and program life scenarios, for example to switch on your coffee machine from bed.
Ideal for managing and programming your spare radiator. Use the socket with the DiO 2.0 thermostatic remote control unit or create a virtual thermostat with the DiO Home app so that your room is always at the right temperature and/or you can make sure it is off when you are not there.
With the status feedback function, you can check from anywhere that your lamp or electrical appliance is off.
Contents: One On/Off home automation socket
|Degree of protection||IP20|
|Type of plug||FR|
|Type of supply||Plug|
|Type of solution|
|Type of control||On/Off|
|Wireless protocol||DiO 2.0|
|Radio frequency||868 MHz|
|Number of transmitters max.||32|
|Return of status||Yes|
|Bulbs compatibility||Incandescent, Halogen, LED, CFL, Neon|
|Content||1 home automation socket On/Off|
- ed-li-03-04 user manual (v.1.0 180213).pdf Télécharger
- ed-li-03 red declaration (200318).pdf Télécharger
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.