- Enables control of URC Lighting Control Products
- Narrow Band RF transmission for IP or ZigBee Base Stations (such as MRZ-260)
- Selectable RF frequency switch (418 MHz or 433 MHz)
- Power and interference (RFI) indicator LEDs
- Includes wall mount and 10 connecting cable
The RFTX-1 facilitates Narrow Band RF transmission for control of URC Lighting products. An RFTX-1 gives the MRX-1 or MRZ-260 compatibility with both bands (418 MHz or 433MHz) of URC narrow band RF via a selectable frequency switch. This ensures compatibility with all URC Lighting by Lutron products. An additional benefit is the multi-room lighting control, when multiple RFTX-1s are installed throughout a commercial site. To ensure ease of installation, LEDs are employed to indicate power and presence of RF interference. Enable the ability to control multiple rooms of URC lighting product by installing an RFTX-1 and compatible base in multiple locations in your clients commercial space.
The RFTX-1 takes the already exemplary capabilities of its compatible control base to another level. By adding a RFTX-1 to the MRX-1 or MRZ-260 you enable your clients to experience the powerful and convenient world of Lighting Control and automation.Ideal Application
Boardrooms, sophisticated restaurant/lounge, training room/classroom, SoHo.Compatibility
Install with either Network Series Controller (MRX-1) or ZigBee RF base station (MRZ-260). Note that the RFTX-1 can transmit in standard 418 MHz or i-series 433frequency however, i-series URC Lighting products must be matched with i-series frequency.
*This item is compatible with both select Total Control and Complete Control products.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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