3.5" touch screen user interface for controlling e.g. lighting, shading, heating and scenarios. With 2 inputs for querying low voltage contacts without additional supply. The frogblue "Smartphone" with touchscreen control and WLAN gateway for the flush-mounted box (230 V~). With integrated proximity sensor, brightness sensor, microphone, loudspeaker, temperature sensor, time buffer.
The frogDisplay is a compact user interface with a flat, minimalist design in white glass. Measuring 81 x 81 mm, the frogDisplay is only as large as a light switch. All the functions and scenarios for intelligent living (including heating control) can be controlled via touch screen.
It communicates directly with the frogs or other components of our system via the Bluetooth® LE (Low Energy) standard, using the frogblue Bluetooth® mesh network. The frogDisplay provides a telephone function and Onvif camera integration (Open Network Video Interface Forum). The frogDisplay can therefore also be utilised as an alarm system in addition to the system control function.
Like a "smartphone on the wall", the frogDisplay enables visualisation, access control, intercom and video display. With its WiFi connection e.g. to a FritzBox™, it provides you with safe remote operation of the frogblue HomeApp when you are out and about. It acts like a SIP telephone and uses, for example, the Fritzbox as a telephone station in order to initiate a telephone call or send camera images to the display in the event of certain incidents. In addition, communication also functions the other way round: Calling up the frogDisplay makes it possible, for example, to open the door, switch on the light or to activate or deactivate the alarm system.
Electrical devices may only be installed and assembled by qualified, skilled electricians. Failure to observe the instructions can cause damage to the device and result in fire and other hazards. Danger caused by electric shock. Before starting work on the device or replacing light sources, always disconnect the power supply and switch off the circuit breakers. Country-specific regulations must be observed.