Compatible with the Centronic radio standard: New generation of wall transmitters from Becker-Antriebe GmbH
Becker is launching a new generation of the popular Centronic radio-controlled wall transmitter on the market. The range has been expanded to include the models EC411-III, EC415-III and MC411-III. The changes that have been made to the look and feel of the wall transmitters are immediately apparent due to the new, modern design and other minor improvements. All of the wall transmitters are equipped with a modern LED and can be easily mounted on the wall. The various channels and the battery life of the transmitters have also been optimised. This new generation of transmitters can be integrated into the switch ranges sold by many renowned manufacturers. The central plate merely needs to be 55 x 55 millimetres in size. The transmitters can be used as part of a single, group or central control system.
New memory function on the MC411-III
The EC411-III is equipped with a single channel and the EC415-III with 5 channels. In addition, Becker is offering a single channel wall transmitter with an integrated memory function with the MC411-III. The “memory function” is in essence the simplest form of a timer. The opening and closing times can be programmed for a particular day and then repeated on a daily basis. Programming the times is also extremely easy: you simply hold down the relevant button at the desired time until the roller shutter stops briefly to acknowledge the process. For example, if you want to raise the roller shutter at 7 a.m. in the mornings, you press and hold down the button on the operating element at this time. You then repeat the same process to lower the roller shutter in the evenings. Naturally, you can also operate the receivers manually and they do not have to be set in automatic mode. Furthermore, a button on the device allows users to activate or deactivate automatic mode at any time – enabling you to e.g. enjoy a relaxing lie-in on a Sunday. The stored information is not lost if the battery is changed because it is permanently saved in the receiver until the user cancels the command.