Extender & Power Plug Price 39 EUR

Extender & Power Plug - a two-in-one accessory

The Extender & Power Plug will extend your Gateway’s range and is a must if the distance between the Gateway and the Copenhagen Blinds is too long, or for instance if it covers several floors.

The Extender & Power Plug is also - as the name says - a power plug. Plug a lamp into it, and you can then turn your light on/off using the app. You can also use the app to schedule when the light should go on and off.

You can connect up to four Extender & Power Plug to the Gateway.

 

 

Extender & Power Plug

Extender & Power Plug has, as the name applies, two functions. It is partly a range extender which will expand the range of your Gateway and may be necessary if the distance between your Gateway and your Copenhagen Blinds is too big, like over several floors, or if you have heavy concrete walls or metal between the Gateway and the blinds or accessories.

If that's the case, we recommend to place an Extender & Power Plug about half way between the Gateway and the blinds. That will increase the range of the Gateway considerably.

The other functionality Extender & Power Plug has - is as the name applies - a power plug for which you can plug in lamps. On that way you can turn your light on and off with the smartphone app even if you are not at home. Or you can use the smartphone app to set schedules for when the light should go on and off during the day and week.

This is a cool functionality which is appreciated by pets - but hated by burglars!

 

Technical data

Maximum capacity: You can maximum attach 3000 Watt
Power: From 230 Volt / 50Hz
Cleaning: Can be unplugged and cleaned with a damp cloth
Warranty: Art Andersen CPH offers two years warranty on Copenhagen Blinds and accessories

Z-WAVE PLUS CERTIFIED

Z-Wave is wireless radio-communication protocol first developed by the Danish company Zensys (today: Sigma). Z-Wave is designed for control and surveillance of electric appliances at home and in offices. Z-Wave is designed using low bandwidth and has extremely low power consumption.

Z-Wave in Europe communicated on 868.42 MHz, thereby avoiding interference from WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee and other systems using the 2,4 GHz band. Z-Wave is a low-energy network, where the appliances can be set to 'snooze' between the communication. This help secure the low power consumption and long battery lifetime.

There are close to 100 million appliances using Z-Wave technology. That makes Z-Wave the most used technology for Smart Home equipment in the World.