Qbus Wireless easywave range
The Qbus Wireless Interface (QWI) connects the wired Qbus system to wireless protocols. The QWI/EW connects Qbus to wireless Easywave components.
Easywave has been specifically developed for home and building automation. Since 2001, the protocol has been developed further continuously in order to be adapted to new developments and demands in the market.
As the power levels required to send Easywave signals is very limited, the protocol is also approved to be used in medical environments.
The Qbus Easywave range offers several components to be used in:
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QWI connects wired Qbus system
via the Easywave protocol with wireless components such as switch modules, switches, window and door contacts, sensors, alarm buttons.
This product is ideal for converting existing switches or push-buttons into intelligent switches or push-buttons that execute Qbus...
This product is ideal for converting existing switches or push-buttons into intelligent switches or push-buttons that execute Qbus controls without cutting or demolition work.
The QWE INP04/bat is a battery-powered wireless transmitter, which has up to four potential-free contacts. You can connect up to four push-buttons or up to two switches to this module.
By pressing the button on this waterproof 1-button remote control, a wireless telegram is sent and picked up by the Qbus Wireless interface. By...
By pressing the button on this waterproof 1-button remote control, a wireless telegram is sent and picked up by the Qbus Wireless interface. By configuring it in the Qbus Configuration software, any Qbus output can be controlled with this remote control. This button can be used in a wristband, a necklace or a holder and thus serves as a personal alarm. Since the button is IP65 (water and dust free), it can also be used while showering / bathing.
Qbus anthracite holder for QWE-PB/IP65 (QWE-ACC/PBIP65holder)
The QWE PP01_BE is a wireless connected socket that can connect up to 16 A.