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Switch unit with input for external button, 2 channels - RFSAI-62B-SL

Innovation of RFSAI-62B

EAN: 8595188182010 | Code: 8201


  • The switching component with one/two output relays is used to control appliances and lights. Switches/buttons connected to the wiring can be used for control.
  • They can be combined with Detectors, Controllers, or iNELS RF Control System Components.
  • The BOX-SL version offers installation directly in the installation box, ceiling, or cover of the controlled appliance. Easy installation thanks to screwless terminals.
  • It allows the connection of switched loads with a total sum of 8 A (2,000 W).
  • Functions: for RFSAI 61B-SL and RFSAI 62B-SL - pushbutton, impulse relay, and time functions of a delayed start or return with time setting 2 s-60 min. Any function can be assigned to each output relay. For RFSAI-11B-SL, the button has a fixed function - ON / OFF.
  • The external button is assigned in the same way as the wireless one.
  • Each of the outputs can be controlled by up to 12/12 channels (1-channel represents one button on the controller). Up to 25 channels for RFSAI-61B-SL and RFSAI-11B-SL.
  • The programming button on the component also serves as a manual output control.
  • Possibility to set the output status memory in case of failure and subsequent power recovery.
  • The elements of the repeater can be set for the components via the RFAF / USB service device, PC, or application.
  • Range up to 200 m (outdoors), in case of insufficient signal between the controller and the device, use the RFRP-20 signal repeater or component with the RFIO2 protocol that supports this function.
  • Communication with bidirectional RFIO2 protocol.
  • The contact material of the AgSnO2 relay enables the switching of light ballasts.


  • Output: 2x switching, 8 A
  • Supply voltage (frequency):  AC 230 V (50-60 Hz)
  • Design: BOX
  • Dimensions: 43 x 44 x 22 mm
  • Protocol: RFIO2 


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