Basically, any conventional 230 volt tubular motor can be made radio-capable with the actuator. The tubular motor must have its own limit switches and be controlled with UP and DOWN. Exceptions are radio tubular motors that already have a radio receiver installed. These cannot be retrofitted with an actuator.
Articles in this section
- Video tutorial for Connect actuator 9477
- Link to registration matrix DuoFern Connect actuator 9477
- Operating instructions DuoFern Connect actuator 9477
- Activate login mode: DuoFern Connect actuator 9477
- Device setting for sun shading via HomePilot®
- Which accessories do I need for the DuoFern Connect actuator type 9477?
- Why does the DuoFern actuator / tubular motor not respond to the radio code?
- Can the connected tubular motor be moved to certain positions via the HomePilot? Why does the connected tubular motor always move completely up or down, regardless of which position is set via the HomePilot?
- Can the actuator also be used to control other motors? Or do they have to be Rademacher motors?
- The Connect actuator 9477 has only a 4-digit radio code and cannot be registered via this.