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Rechargeable battery-powered tubular motor, electronically adjustable end...


Rechargeable battery-powered tubular motor, electronically adjustable end positions, 2 Nm with adapter for 50 mm round s

Select Item #: ERSDC1038-02

• No power connection required! - It does not need any
  Electrician at the installation!
• Ideal for retrofitting in existing sun protection systems
  with a shaft diameter of 50 mm
• Easy operation with various heicko transmitters (radio protocol G2)
  and via the e-Smart Home Gateway (Broadlink) and the everHome CloudBox
• Charging via micro-USB charger or solar panel possible (not in the
  Included in delivery)Technical specifications:
• Dimensions, length without bearing: 642 mm
• Motor diameter: 28 mm
• Rated voltage: 12V
• Rated power: 15 W
• Rated torque: 2 Nm
• Max. Load: 4.0 kg
• Idling speed: 28 min-1
• Rated current: 1.25A
• Duty cycle: ∞
• Protection n. VDE 700: IP20
• Battery built-in, battery capacity: Li-Io battery 2600 mAh
• Max. Charging voltage: 5V
• Ambient temperature operation. -20 to 65 ° C
• Ambient temperature charging: 0 to 65 ° C
• Pre-assembled adapter for: 38 mm, round shaft
• Radio frequency: 433.92 MHz
• Radio protocol G2
• Ø number of cycles (cycles / load / distance): 800 / 3.5 kg / 1 m
on stock 1-3 days
The motors of this series can be mounted in 38, 50 and 63 round shafts. Mainly the fast, battery-powered motors are used in sunblind and blackout blinds. The ERSDC series has an integrated radio receiver and is operated with heicko emitter or via APP. The built-in lithium high-performance battery ensures operation even without mains power supply. It is rechargeable and can (fully charged), depending on the application, drive the engine for several months.
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