Bộ Gateway Helvar - EnOcean Gateway (434)

EnOcean Gateway (434)


 The 434 EnOcean Gateway allows you to connect wireless and batteryless EnOcean controls to a Helvar DALI lighting network.

It can be mounted on the ceiling or on walls, and requires only a single electrical connection to a DALI network.

Once installed, the 434 will support up to 20 EnOcean switches without any other wiring. The switches are batteryless, thanks to energy-harvesting technology, and maintenance-free. Energy is generated by pressing the EnOcean button, and a radio signal is sent to the Gateway.

The EnOcean switches can be configured in just a few minutes using Helvar’s Designer or Toolbox software.



Key Features

  • Integrate wireless, batteryless switches into DALI


  • Simple installation.
  • Gateway is powered by the DALI network.
  • Up to 20 switches can be integrated via one gateway.


Technical Data



Removable 2-part connector block Wire size: 0.5 mm² – 2.5 mm² solid or stranded

Cable rating:

All cables must be mains rated.


DALI supply input:

13 V – 22.5 V

DALI consumption:

20 mA


Supported profile:

EnOcean EEP F6–02–xx, F6-04–xx (PTM 210/215 normal mode)

Range (switches):

Typical EnOcean Switches: 30 m (unobstructed space)

Max. No. of switch units per gateway:


Operating frequencies

The following models can be safely used in the countries listed below:


Frequency and countries


868 MHz European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and other countries adopting the RED directive.


928 MHz Japan and other countries adopting the ARIB specification.

Mechanical data


110 mm (⌀) × 58 mm


75 g


White: RAL 9002

IP code:


Operating conditions

Ambient temperature:

0 °C to +50 °C

Relative humidity:

Max. 90 %, noncondensing

Storage temperature:

–10 °C to +70 °C

Conformity and standards


EN 55015 EN 61547


EN 60950-1


EN 300220-2 (434) EN 301489-3 (434)


STD-T108 (434/2)


Status LED

EnOcean Receiver

Receives control commands from EnOcean switches (available separately).

Status LED: red or green.

In normal operation, the LED remains unlit.

The red LED flashes to indicate one of the following:

  • FAST: DALI network in process of discovering the Gateway.
  • FAST: Designer or Toolbox software identifying the Gateway.
  • SLOW (every 1.25 s): Gateway is in Learning Mode.


The green LED flashes to indicate the following:

  • The Gateway is in Learning Mode, and has detected a switch (received a signal from a switch unit).


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