1238.84 VAT excl.
VNX-ADV module for controlling SML100 and MML roller shutter for roof windows
Features: Change moving direction of the shutter with power supply polarity change without need of original controllers
Smart home integrators often face the problem with integrating roof window systems (eg. Velux) into a smart home. Original electric drives for roof windows are only intended to be used with producer's own components.
The solution is ready-made electronic modules, which will replace the original ones, directly in the window opening drive or in the roller shutter window drive. The finished modules are labeled with the VNX series name, which is further divided into VNX-C (window opening) and VNX-ADV (roller shutter control).
Features and functions:
- Control of the roof window roller shutters with the external equipment
|Example of the rolling shutter type||Example of installed shutter||Replacing the original module|
Module VNX-ADV installation - disassembly of the roller shutter and module replacement
Module VNX-C installation - disassembly of the drive unit and module replacement
Modules are equipped with the function of limit position detection which automatically switches off the unit at when closed or opened. During run-up the drive has current consumption of 0,65 A.
Moduly jsou vybaveny funkcí, která detekuje dosažení koncové polohy a automaticky vypne pohonnou jednotku. Během rozběhu pohon spotřebovává cca 0,65 A.
|Example of shutter configuration in Loxone Config
- complete opening when sunrise, closing when sunset
- when raining or freezing the control of the shutter is disabled
1. "What about the shutter SML100 warranty when using the VNX-ADV module?"
Of course when disassembling the roller shutter which is in the warranty period this warranty and replacing the orginial module means that the warranty is no longer valid. The manufacturer is no longer responsible for any malfunction or harm when using this module with their products.
2. "Which cables / wiring should I use for controlling shutters?"