The Wise Scene Switch Receiver is an 800W 240V switch that is controlled by wireless switches or by a push-to-make switch.
The current iteraton of this product has a 3 second on/off delay in scene (Option A) and switching (Option B) programming modes. Switching ON (Option C) and switching OFF (Option D) only programming does not have a 3 second delay, but please note that these options cannot be programmed on the same button.
It can be programmed in 4 different ways using our wireless switches:
Option A – Scene Programming
Programming a 7 button switch gives you 4 scenes, master raise/lower and off. A scene is a preset level of light for each circuit in a room. For example, you can have 4 receivers in your living room. Pressing scene 1 on the 7 button switch could give the following;
Downlights = ON or OFF
Wall lights = ON or OFF
Pendant = ON or OFF
Low level LEDs = ON or OFF
Pressing scenes 2,3 and 4 can give other preset levels. Any level can be programmed to each receiver.
Option B – Switching Programming
Programming a 1 button switch gives you on/off.
Option C – Switching ON only
Programming a 1 button switch gives you only ON. This function is used to program multiple circuits to ON.
Option D – Switching OFF only
Programming a 1 button switch gives you only OFF. This function is used to program multiple circuits to OFF.
A receiver is not limited to one of the programming options. E.g. you can program a switch for scene control, another switch for dimming and another switch for master ON/OFF.
Wireless Switches and Remotes
A 7 button switch must be used if you require scene setting, Option A. Any button switch can be used when programming options B,C and D. To view other switches click the links on the right of this page, for example Wireless ID switches.
A wired push-to-make switch will work as a dimmer, Option B.
A Wise Scene Receiver is required for every circuit.