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UPB Inline Relay Fixture Module, 12A - UFR-30

Item # SAUFR30

$81.24

This item weighs 0.60lbs.

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Product Description

The Inline UPB Relay Fixture Module is an ideal solution in locations where it's impossible to install a UPB wall switch. This unit will control lighting and appliances up to 12A by connecting directly to your existing household power wiring. This module fits easily inside a standard outlet box, or it can be mounted to other surfaces using screws or ties.

For on/off and dimming control of incandescent lighting up to 300 watts, wire in an Inline UPB Dimmer Fixture Module instead.

Overview

UPB technology delivers exceptional reliability and noise immunity at a much lower installed cost when compared to hardwired and RF solutions, and you'll experience no interference from adjacent homes. UPB technology is not X10 compatible.

Features:
  • Inline fixture module uses UPB technology for exceptional reliability
  • Wired-in unit lets you turn a lamp or appliance on and off using any UPB controller
  • Controls up to 12A

Specifications

Specifications

Simply Automated Product No.:SAUFR30
Dimensions:3.6" H x 1.4" W x 1.2" D (91mm x 36mm x 30mm)
Weight:6 oz. (170g)
Power:120VAC +/- 10%, 60 Hz
Maximum Load:12V or 1/3 HP
Output Type:Contact closure
Connections:#14 AWG stranded pigtails, 6"
Operating Temperature:30° F to 120° F (0° C to 50° C)
Mounting:Standard outlet box, screws or ties can be used to mount in other locations

Downloads

  • FREE Download! UPStart Configuration Software, read more about the perfect tool to unlock all of the advanced features of your Universal Powerline Bus (UPB™) devices.

  • As always, we offer free technical support on all our products, so call us if you need help using this software! 1-888-843-9103

More Info

More Information:

What is UPB?

a technology that provides an inexpensive and reliable solution for residential and commercial powerline communications applications. While other powerline communcations technologies exist, none compare to UPB in cost per node, functionality and reliability.

Advantages of UPB?

Highly Reliable - The UPB method of communication is 100 ~ 1000 times more reliable than current X-10 technology and 10 ~100 times more reliable than CEBUS or LONWORKS powerline technologies. Reliability is defined as the percentage of transmitter/receiver pairs that correctly operate upon initial installation. The UPB test units are randomly installed in the environment typical of the target market. This market is defined as the single-family residential market in the US . This environment is defined to be the existing base of homes, without any modifications. This means that there should be no "fixing" the electrical system of the residence by adding couplers, repeaters or filtering. The first version of UPB will be over 99.9% reliable (>100 times X-10). Current X-10 is around 70%~80%.

No New Wires – 100% powerline communication, no new wires.

Affordable - The incremental cost to add two way communications transmitting and receiving components to a microprocessor-based application circuit is approximately the same as the cost to add X-10 type transmitting / receiving components. This cost is less than $4.00 in US parts and anticipated royalty costs.

Higher Speed – 20 to 40 times the speed of X- 10 in terms of data transmitted. This is equivalent to over ten full commands per second. The average latency of command to action is less than .1 second.

Two Way Communications – Hardware, software and protocol design allow for two-way communication in all products.

House Separation – Multiple houses on one transformer will be separated by means of an addressing scheme allowing for at least 256 systems (houses) on each transformer. UPB system incorporates over 64,000 total address space vs 256 for conventional X-10. There will also be applicable encryption incorporated into the DLL layer and if necessary at the higher network layers.

Interaction – UPB communication can be used in the presence of all X-10, CEBus, or LonWorks compatible equipment with no interference between either UPB equipment or X-10, CEBus, or LonWorks equipment. The UPB technology uses a completely different frequency range than any of the wide-band, narrow-band, or spread spectrum technologies. The physical method of UPB communication is entirely different than the modulation-demodulation techniques of all X-10, CEBus, or LonWorks.

Peer to Peer – No central controller necessary for single point-to-point control or group (scene) control.

Simplicity – the UPB solution uses "off the shelf" components for transmission, receiving and control circuits, including standard microprocessors. No ASIC's (application specific integrated circuits) are necessary.

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