Frequently Asked Questions
There are no C-Bus switches made as weatherproof. There are 2 options for solutions.
1 - Install a product such as a cover, flap or shroud that protects a C-Bus switch better. E.g. 255, 223H, WS226.
2 - Any general electrical switch can be 'coupled' to C-Bus so it can act as a C-Bus switch on the network.
The C-Bus Bus Coupler part name is as follows 5102BCLEDL or 5104BCL.
As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.
All US Lighting Control product except Powerlink and MVP panels are affected. CBus, Occupancy Sensors, Low Voltage Switches, Relay Panels, Emergency Lighting Control Panels, Schneider Electric branded Current Limiting Panels, and Architectural Dimming Panels.
US Lighting Control products
Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiatives.
See cross reference sheet attached for available completive cross references.