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Schüco has offered a range of options over the last few years
Since spring 2017
Schüco currently favours mobile phone access via WiFi, and so
Schüco Automation Manager (+ mains adaptor)
in combination with
Schüco IP Gateway + phone (currently only iOS)
Until about 2016
Schüco WCS TT module 263149/263150
Schüco hand-held transmitter 263263
Until about 2012
Schüco TipTronic receiver 262625/703/704
in combination with
Schüco remote control 262634/262654 or Schüco radio-controlled handle 247582/…/247513/247574
The Schüco radio-controlled handles 247582/…/247513/247574 introduced from 2008 in combination with the window-integrated radio receiver were a good concept but were not met with enough of a response on the market. We are currently considering a reintroduction.
With the Schüco TipTronic 1.0, the Schüco WCS accessed the window bus via an integrated receiver in the cables to control the leaves. For the Schüco Tip Tronic SimplySmart, the BUS protocol was changed to offer higher performance. That is why the Schüco TipTronic SimplySmart is now incompatible with the Schüco WCS cable transition.
The current variant with the IP gateway facilitates considerably better reach via the Schüco app.
Additionally, the lack of radio transmitter allows a much greater range of functions.
Schüco TipTronic SimplySmart is an innovative control system for Schüco windows.
The simplified principle of pole reversal is possible. It means that [+] and [-] are simply interchanged by a switch. The motor opens or closes the actuated single window.
Please make sure that all comfort functions, for which the Schüco TipTronic SimplySmart system was developed and conceived, are excluded by this principle.
You will find the electrical schematics here
Schüco TT SimplySmart Anschluss Polwendeschalter_V1.2 (AT-DE) 2016-08-16.pdf
The Schüco TipTronic 1.0 and TipTronic SimplySmart window control systems were developed in order to be able to open and close windows "intelligently".
Here, "Intelligent" means: Both controls consist of a bus system that includes the following options
• simple and inexpensive circuits for up to 30 windows
• coupled windows can actuate certain ventilation positions (opening width)
• in tilt-and-turn windows or KvD, the rotational function can be locked
• trickle ventilation adjustable
• gasket pressure adjustable
• opening speed adjustable
• coupling of individual windows possible
• overall control of opening/closing for all and/or additional individual controls via an additional module
The idea behind this development is to reduce costly bus systems and/or to reduce cost for power supply units.
Of course, both systems (group control unit (until 2016) and automation manager (from 2017)) can be actuated via the EIB and other building control systems.
The actuation of each window was and is possible in both systems; however, the aforementioned versions are reduced to the simple function of opening and closing.
Please see our planning guide on this subject for Schüco TipTronic SimplySmart in the applicable version.
In the years 2006 to about 2014, Schüco TipTronic 1.0 combined the 263117 controller directly in the casement window with the 262625 receiver and controlled it with, for example, the 262634 transmitter for Schüco pivot-hung windows.
The 262634 transmitter is currently available as a repair item (as of 2018). The 262625 receiver is currently not able to be delivered. If the receiver is defective, there are two alternative solutions. However, these are only outside the casement window.
Possible solution and alternative 1 262653 radio receiver This switches two potential-free contacts and makes it possible for the bus wires A and B to be switched to negative for Schüco TipTronic 1.0 systems. Please see Wiring description
Possible solution and alternative 2 26270 radio receiver This receiver also switches two contacts and can be controlled, for example, with the 238831 transmitter (433 MHz) Please see Wiring description
Note Direct radio solutions were withdrawn from the programme due to susceptibility to failure because of the numerous radio signals used today (mobile phones, W-Lan, others) and complex building shapes and building materials.