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N 528C01 UNIVERSAL DIMMER 2-FOLD , AC 120 V, 2x 150VA

  • Power supply: via KNX Bus line, 20VDC
  • Rated voltage: 120V AC +10%/-15%, 50/60 Hz
  • Rated current:
    • 2-channel: 2x1.3A@cosФ=1.0
    • 1-channel: 1x2.2A@cosФ=1.0
  • N-system DIN-rail mounted device, width:4MU(1MU=18mm)
  • Load output:
    Lamp type
    2 channels
    1 channel
    Incandescent lamps
    150 W
    250 W

    Low voltage halogen lamps

    with magnetic transformers

    120 VA
    200 VA
    Dimmable LED
    <= 50 VA
    <=50 VA


    Two outputs for switching and dimming resistive, inductive or capacitive loads Automatic adjustment to leading edge or trailing edge control, depending on the type of load Rated operational voltage AC 120 V Rated frequency 50 / 60 Hz Rated power at +35°C ambient temperature: 150 VA per output or 250 VA for single output usage, without any minimal load per output Electronic protection of each output against overload, short circuit and temperature rise Screw terminals for connection and through-wiring of untreated single-core, stranded or multi-core conductors, 0.5 ... 2.5 mm², AWG 20-13 Bicolor LED for indicating the switch status (red = on, green = off) or an error (orange, blinking) per output Bus-powered electronics Integrated bus coupling unit Bus connection via bus terminal block As a device for DIN-rail mounting on a TH35 mounting rail according to DIN EN 60715

    The Universal Dimmer is a KNX device with two dimmer outputs used for switching or dimming different types of dimmable lamps. 2-channel applications with two inde- pendently controlled outputs or 1-channel application only uses one output A or B with higher load.

    The device is configured and commissioned with the KNX / ETS (Engineering Tool Soft- ware) version ETS4 or later. If the device is unloaded with ETS, it has no functionality any more.

    Building site function

    The building site function enables switching on and off lighting via bus wall switches and actuators, even if those devices are not commissioned with ETS. This function is activated by default.