Nice Era one ON3EBD 3 channel 433.92Mhz bi-directional transmitter
Nice extends its range of control systems with bidirectional versions: with the Era One BD transmitter and OXI BD receiver, you can now receive feedback on the reception of the command and on the status of the gate and garage door automations.
When the user sends a command to the automation, the transmitter indicates its correct reception, the automation position, the presence of possible faults, or the need to change the device battery. The brand new Nice bidirectional radio protocol is enabling two-way communication between transmitters and receivers as well as the mesh network functionalities, allowing to reach any Nice automation system in the range. Gate and garage door automations have never been that safe and under control!
With 3 radio channels and 1 "info" button, Era One bidirectional transmitter allows the control of 3 automations or a group of automations. Vibration and visual feedback (through the built-in LED) provide the user with confirmation that the command has been correctly delivered. By pressing the "info" button, the position of the automation (Open, Closed, or in partial opening position) is also accessible at any moment.
- Built-in NFC technology: Era One bidirectional integrates an NFC tag. By simply getting the smartphone close to the transmitter, a web page opens with additional information on the transmitter itself. With a simple gesture, you can check the battery level, buy a new battery if needed, and get to know the functionalities of the bidirectional system.
- OXI bidirectional plug-in receiver is designed for the highest ease of use: the programming push button and LED are on the top of the receiver itself, in the most accessible position. The antenna connector is built-in into the receiver as well. Compatible with all Nice control units with SM connectors and with all Nice radio protocols, OXI bidirectional receiver gives the possibility to improve comfort and safety on the existing Nice automations.
|Number of Buttons||4|
|Number Of Channels||3|
|Coding Type||Rolling Code|