Failure to comply with national safety regulations may result in personal injury and property damage.
- Observe national provisions and comply with the appropriate safety regulations.
Electrical expertise is required for the installation. Incorrect installation can deactivate electrical safety features without this being apparent to a lay person.
- The device should only be installed and put into operation by a certified electrician.
- When connecting the device, ensure that the device can be enabled.
- Do not open the housing of the device.
- Secure the phases with a B16 line protection switch.
- Only use loads that are approved for dimming operation.
- When planning and setting up electrical systems, observe the relevant guidelines, regulations and standards of the respective country.
- Do not connect DC or AC voltage to the inputs of the potential-free contacts (leads to damage/destruction of the device and voltage carry-over to the bus).
- Ensure safe separation of dangerous currents when connecting the potential-free contacts.
- Install the device in a location that is inaccessible to lay persons (e.g. flush-mounted box, sill duct, control cabinet).
- Incorrect installation can deactivate electrical safety features without this being apparent to a lay person.
If you pass on the device, ensure you also pass on the documentation for the device, such as, the operating instructions.