C-Bus 40M Key Input Units - Hints from the C-Bus Toolkit release notes

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by Kelvin, Sep 17, 2019.

  1. Kelvin

    Kelvin

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    I was looking at the release notes of v1.15.6 of the C-Bus Toolkit at spotted the following:

    Released
    June 2019

    What’s New
    C-Bus 40M Key Input Units
    This release includes support for the C-Bus 40M series key input units. Functionally this series is the same as the 30M series.​

    Am I reading this correctly? Have they (or are they just about to) release a refactored C-Bus switch mech that works with the new Iconic switches? I've looked elsewhere and can't find anything else along these lines. It would be great news if they did - I've been hanging out for a workable / cost effective solution for this for ages.

    Does anyone else have any more information?
     
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    Hey Kelvin,

    You might want to look at the thread here

    or this page

    or ....................

    you may want to order a 5041NMML or 5041NMS to see one IRL :p

    Clipsal_Iconic_C-Bus_Master_5041NMML.PNG Clipsal_Iconic_C-Bus_Slave_5041NMS.PNG Clipsal_Iconic_Silver_C-Bus_Master_& Slave_5041NMML.jpg
     
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    Thank you good sir. I was looking in the wrong part of the =SE= site to find them, I was looking at the Iconic mechs, but it's listed under C-Bus. I probably should have been able to guess the part numbers if I thought hard enough about it.
     
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