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With nanogrid™ FDN2000 series light switches, you can create custom, ambient lighting throughout any home or building while conserving energy and cutting costs.
The nanogrid FDN2000 switch series is equipped with built-in temperature and energy monitoring features capable of supporting advanced solutions.
Energy monitoring features help users to estimate costs for specific devices and lighting fixtures. These easy-to-use tools enable users to locate areas of greatest consumption, identify always on appliances, and set goals to slash utility bills.
ENERGY SAVING MODE (ESM)
The built-in ESM feature on this switch allows users to instantly achieve real energy savings. By holding the top button on the switch for a few seconds, luminosity is reduced to 85 percent, resulting in an instant 15 percent energy savings and extending the life of light bulbs nearly four times. What’s more, the difference is hardly noticeable to the human eye.
For maximum energy savings, press and hold for a few more seconds: illumination is reduced to 65 percent, resulting in energy savings of nearly 30 percent and bulb life extended some 20 times.
COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Create intelligent lighting scenes to make home life more comfortable and convenient while cutting costs. When no one is around, quickly power down the entire home, making sure lights and appliances aren’t left on when not in use.
SLEEK AND ELEGANT DESIGNS THAT WILL ENHANCE NEARLY ANY HOME OR BUILDING
• LED indicators available in white, blue, and green.
• Interchangeable faceplates available in five colors: Snow White, Peach Ivory, Frost Silver, Dark Gray, and Champagne Gold.
110 – 240 VAC
Energy monitoring / thermometer (temp. sensing range: -10 to 60 Celsius)
73 (W) x 115 (H) x 35 (D) mm
Z-Wave™ / Zigbee
Symmetric key with AES128
Up to 30m indoor
Load types and rating
120-200VAC 600W Incadescent / Halogen / LED*
*All load ratings are based on an ambient temperature of 25 degrees Celsius.