Brand: D+H | Manufacturer Part numbers: NF110A 80-160
- Outward opening windows
Power Supply: 24V DC
Opening: Variable to max 12 cm
Protection Class: IP10
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Range of window openers usable for outgoing windows, where the frame depth is less than 50 mm.
Simple to use either by wall mounted switch or by remote control.
The electric window opener operates by the “knee joint” principle. This means that the opener is stronger in the fully open and fully closed position than in-between.
This acts as an anti-squeeze safety measure and further ensures
that the window seal is pressed tightly when the window is fully closed.
The minimum pull-push pressure is 8 kg.
The opener opens 12cm at a speed of 8mm/sec.
The motor runs on 24V DC, with end stops integrated inside the unit.
The opener is possible to integrate in home automation systems.
A three meter wire is included.
With this radio frequenzy remote set you can open your window
from a distance of up to 10 meters.
The default setting is not auto-close
but it can easily be adjusted, so the window opener closes
automatically after 5, 15 or 60 minutes — its up to you!
A perfect solution in e.g. bath rooms, where the humidity is high
or simply as a secure measure to avoid windows open too long.
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