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Electrical wiring help (silent gliss curtains with Vitrum switch)

Electrical wiring help (silent gliss curtains with Vitrum switch)


Old 11-11-12, 09:39 AM
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Electrical wiring help (silent gliss curtains with Vitrum switch)


I was hoping someone might know if it's possible to wire a vitrum switch into silent gliss electric curtains? (The Vitrum Store — Vitrum II BS Shutter)

I've finally found the cicuit diagrams, which I'm hoping will be enough information for someone with more electrical knowledge then I? I can't quite tell.

Here are the specs for 2 silent gliss curtains that I might look at getting
Silent gliss 5090 - Temp Share : E118 - 5090 Basic.pdf | Free temporary file hosting
Silent gliss 5200 - Temp Share : E507 - 5200 and 5220 LV switching motor 9040.pdf
And the technical spec for the vitrum blind controller is

I want to find out before getting the switches, could anyone help me understand if either of these can be wired in? (Ideally it would be the cheaper 5090 model).

Thanks anyone !

(This is in the UK if it matters)
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Old 11-11-12, 10:08 AM
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Welcome to the forums.
This is in the UK if it matters
Yes it does. This is primarily a North American forum and there are differenced between our codes and practice and the UK.
Old 11-11-12, 10:55 AM
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A little confusing but I'm fairly certain the answer is no. The gliss requires low voltage switching/contacts and the vitrum is high voltage switching.

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