the URC 500 series Appliance Module provides local and remote ON/OFF control of appliances up to 600 Watts where desired. Furthermore, the module provides other programmable functions (events, association, etc) when installed as part of a Total Control smart automation and control system. Plug-in modules can be manually controlled and remote controlled by commands sent from URC and other Z-Wave Plus compatible controllers or programs. Simply plug the appliance cord into the receptacle on the URC 500 Series Appliance module and plug the module directy into the wall. No screwdriver needed.
- Z-Wave Plus™ technology
- Provides wireless Z-Wave Plus control of one outlet, leaving the other pass through outlet always ON when the device is plugged in
- Red LED button indicates if Z-Wave Plus controlled outlet is ON or OFF
- Pressing this LED button will Turn ON or OFF the Z-Wave Plus controlled outlet
- Quite relay switching
- Ability to be controlled remotely by other URC 500 series devices through association
- Can be associated with up to four devices
- Panic mode for increased security & integration with security systems
- Configurable "power ON" status
- Power Failure Memory
- Available in White only
|Z-Wave Plus™ technology
||Z-Wave Plus™ technology
|120 V / AC, 60 Hz
||120 V / AC, 60 Hz
||1400 Watts (600 Watts for controlled side / 800 Watts for pass through outlet)
||12 A (5A for controlled side / 7A for pass through outlet)
|Maximum Motor Loads
||Up to 1/2 HP Motors
||URC Total Control, URC MX HomePro
||Please visit www.urc-automation.com/warranty
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