The Magnum Energy line of Wall Switch Receivers work in conjunction with EnOcean-enabled Self-Powered Wireless Lighting Control Products to provide and optimal solution for the retrofit lighting needs. These wireless products combine Magnum’s switching technology with self-powered and wireless technologies, developed and licensed from EnOcean. The Wall Switch Receiver can be installed in place of traditional single-pole wall switches and fits in a standard single-gang wall box. No Additional wiring is required.
These components are compatible with incandescent, fluorescent, and low-voltage lighting. The EnOcean Receiver responds to signals from the EnOcean transmitters switching the relay (controlling the load) on or off. The Receiver features a single push ON/OFF (return-to-neutral) manual-override switch that can be used to toggle the ON/OFF status of the light load.
RF Wall Switch Receiver fits in a standard single-gang wall box.
No new wires required, product utilizes existing A/C and Load Wiring.
Compatible with incandescent, fluorescent and low-voltage lighting.
Simple, fast installation, replace existing light switch and pair/learn a self powered transmitter switch or sensor in under 10 minutes.
Decorator style wall switch utilizes the ON/OFF return-to-neutral design.
Neutral and non-neutral Wall Switch Receiver models are available.
Wireless Repeater which receives telegrams and re-sends them to enhance and increase the signal distance from the transmitter to the
receiver. Typically a repeater will be used when the sensor has been mounted too far from the receiver or there are obstacles between the
sensor and receiver which diminishes the signal.
The Magnum MX-ALCR is a UL 924 listed emergency lighting control device. This device is designed to ensure a “lights on state” during a power outage. The MX-ALCR senses when a power outage occurs and switches on the connected emergency lighting load to full brightness, bypassing any normal lighting switches and dimmer controls.
The Magnum Energy Solution’s PWM LED Dimming Control Module, through the use of thousands of PWM dimming steps, creates what is perceived by the natural eye as a single continuous dim, even at extremely low light levels.