ABB Lighting Controller Universal Interface

  • RS Stock No. 768-3457
  • Mfr. Part No. 2CDG110008R0011
  • Manufacturer ABB
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Product Details

ABB KNX USB Interface

USB interface USB/S 1.1 enables communication between the PC and the EIB installation
Data transfer is indicated by the EIB LED and the USB LED
The USB interface can be used from ETS 3 V1.0 onwards
The USB interface connected to the ABB i-bus® and then connected to the USB
The USB interface is automatically detected under the PC operating system and installed
The ABB i-bus® connection is carried out at the front of the device via the bus connecting terminal supplied
The connection to the USB is likewise carried out at the front of the device

ABB KNX

Specifications
Attribute Value
Controller Type Universal Interface
Length 90 mm
Width 36 mm
Height 61mm
Discontinued product
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