Secvest Wireless Socket (Art. no. FUHA50010)

  • Allows wireless switching of consumers (e.g. lights) in the event of an alarm
  • Integrated status LED
  • Manual switching on socket possible
  • Schuko plug

Secvest Wireless Socket (Art. no. FUHA50010)

We expressly recommend having this product installed by a certified specialist.

Security using targeted lighting control
Integrated in the Secvest wireless alarm system, this wireless socket responds to the specific status of the alarm system. You can simulate presence in the building, for example, and give the impression to those outside that the house is occupied. It can also be used as a means of lighting target control in the event of an alarm. This function provides greater security when an alarm is triggered and scares off potential intruders.
Any number of manually switchable Secvest wireless sockets can be distributed in 32 individual wireless groups and integrated into the alarm system. The sockets can even be switched according to individual timetables.

Art. no.: FUHA50010
Power consumption standby: 0,5 W
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 60x114x42 mm
Connections: Shockproof plug on device (type: EF); shockproof plug on device (type: F)
Display: LED status
Width: 60 mm
Wireless alarm bandwidth: Narrow band
Radio frequency: 868 MHz
Housing material: PBT, ABS, PC
Height: 42 mm
Length: 114 mm
Power consumption: 1,2 W
Max. operating temperature: 40 °C
Max. receiving range (outdoors): 100 m
Max. receiving range (building): 30 m
Min. operating temperature: 0 °C
Modulation: FM
Installation location: Ambient conditions adapted to optimal transmission power
Net weight: 0,148 kg
Switching power: 2300 W
IP protection class: 20
AC voltage supply: 230 V
Language of instructions: DE, IT, NL, RU, ES, SE
Environmental class: II

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Secvest Wireless Socket

Control devices and extensions

The Secvest can be easily operated. It can be armed and disarmed by remote control, button, PIN code, chip key, the turn of a key, or using a mobile phone. The response in the form of a voice announcement, an optical or acoustic signal lets you know the status of the system. ...
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