Power supply voltage
Technical data cont.
No. of control outputs
Output load capacity (OUT1…OUT8)
Max. switched voltage
No. of inputs
* Indicated value is the closed-circuit current value, i. e. without set control relays.
The RF-ROL-2p module is a component of the Ampio Smart Home system. It has two relay outputs for controlling a single roller blind, gate or any other drive, and two inputs. Its wireless communication is established by connecting via LoRa interface with MSERV-3s.
The module has been designed to be assembled in a standard junction box.
Aside from a screw joint, the module is also equipped with a LED indicating its operation condition and a pairing switch, placed in the bottom of a hole in the upper part of the case.
The RF devices are supplied directly from the 230V grid. Inputs are being released by applying the supply phase (L). Relay outputs apply the phase, connected to the device, to screw joints. Aside from phase conductor, a neutral conductor (N) is also needed for correct supply of the device.
New conﬁgured devices have internal relations between their own inputs and outputs. The ﬁrst input initiates drive in the closing direction (shorting the closing relay for e.g. a roller blind), the second one does it in the opening direction. This association may be altered or turned off by the Smart Home Manager software (IP).
We provided the device with state-of-the-art LoRa technology, allowing it to operate within a signiﬁcantly high range. In developed area and indoors this range exceeds 300 m (it is possible to achieve larger value). In undeveloped area the range may signiﬁcantly exceed 1 km.
- Control of a roller blind without a controller, supplied with 230VAC;
- Control of a gate without a controller, supplied with 230VAC;
- Control of any drive with two-way motion, to be controlled as any standard roller blind drive with 230VAC supply voltage and current consumption not exceeding 6A.
The module is controlled wirelessly via the LoRa interface.
Interface may be mounted in MSERV-3s as an option. A separate guide describes how to assemble the interface.
Pairing and preset parameters are established with the Smart Home Manager software (IP). Upon pairing and appropriate conﬁguration, using Smart Home Manager, it is possible to setup the device by the Smart Home Konﬁgurator software (CAN).
Detailed description of the wireless module conﬁguration procedure is placed in a separate document related to MSERV-3s server programming procedure.