dialog RC - wireless freedom!

Modern office environments are becoming increasingly dependent on the flexible adaptability of the room divisions. This means that wall elements are no longer fixed but can be adapted to suit the work organisation. This variability in interior design is now perfectly supported by battery-free control elements in the e.control room automation systems.

Room temperature sensors with or without setpoint adjustment and pushbuttons for operating the lighting, sunblinds or windows can be easily fitted on any smooth surface – using either adhesive or screws. An assembly box is not necessary. By using innovative EnOcean technology, the radio-controlled sensors require neither batteries nor an external power supply. The power gained by means of a solar cell from ambient light or at the push of a button is sufficient for sending the messages. This saves resources and minimises maintenance compared to conventional radiocontrolled solutions – an important aspect in large buildings!

The varied design in the colours pure white glossy and aluminium, due to its type 55 dimension, ideal for combining with the current switch designs from Berker, Gira, Jung or Merten. Depending on the functional scope, both single and multiple frames can be used.


spega offers 2 variants for receiving the radio telegrams and converting them into LON telegrams. The dialog RC-E wall-mounted receiver can read up to 16 sensors, with the respective telegrams being distributed to the integrated LonMark objects. The system is therefore ideally suited to connecting the sensors located in the entrance area to a LON network, e.g. pushbuttons for corridors or retrofitting windows with radio contacts.

A whole new type of integrating radio control systems into flexible room automation solutions is found in the lumina MS/RC multisensor. Fitted in the room, it does not just receive the telegrams from the radio control systems fitted in this room, but also records the occupancy and brightness. Thus, all necessary control and sensor data are available, allowing the multisensory to take control of all room automation functions, such as control of the room temperature with the aid of radiators, heated/cooled ceilings or fan coils, supported by the sunblinds (sunblind thermo control) and the constant light control of the lighting. In combination with the M-series distribution boxes, the multisensor with radio receiver forms a complete flexible-axis system, with no need even for control system cables.