K4411C Dimmer switch usage
I’m a little confused on what can be dimmed with this switch.
Its not using DALI dimming and I can’t seem to find what type of dimming should be used with it. Tried a dimmable LED bulb, but that wont too.
Can someone please, confirm what Dimming mode/protocol this switch is using
And which/what LED lightning solutions can be dimmed using this.
Thank you !
Thanks for the update Leslie,
Controlling DALI devices is really important in todays Smart home market and is part of pretty much every new install.
My company started working with Legrand and offering this product last year and the inability to control DALI devices is really slowing us down because customers really like the design and options this offers.
I really hope it won’t be long before either Legrand offers a module for DALI control or works with like the one Osram offers .
Have a great day !
Your question opened an interesting discussion internally with the teams in charge of ZigBee interoperability
They would like to discuss with you around this subject and this DALI controller. If you are interested, could you please send me via the contact form your email address ? I’ll then forward it to relevant contacts at Legrand
Thanks and have a good day,
Leslie – Community Manager
Back from Belgium with a question about the living now netatmo series.
I’m arriving at the decision and ready to order step.
I want to use the entra/exit 1 module K4570CWI together with a din rail gateway.
I’m getting confused about the din rail gateway. Some Bticino catalogues mention the FC80GT gateway others the LeGrand EMDX³ Gateway module R<span style=”color: #202020; font-family: Roboto, Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.632px; font-weight: bold; letter-spacing: 1.3632px; text-transform: uppercase;”>EF 412181. </span>
Until know i wasn’t able to figure out why they use 2 different gateways depending of the catalogue used.
Any suggestion or explication of the reason for doing this would be nice.
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Technically, these 2 gateways are the same. The difference is that one is branded Legrand and generally installed with Arteor, Céliane, Dooxie, Mosaic and Valena ranges, and the other one is branded BTicino and included in Living Now range
You can find here the 3 gateways that are usually installed in a Living Now installation : Gateway (bticino.com)
So, my advice in your case is to use the FC80GT for a DIN rail installation
Have a good day,
Leslie – Community Manager
Thank you for confirming what i thought.
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