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Hi, I installed couple of Fibaro roller shutter FGR-222, however, two of them are not reporting correct position. No matter how many time I do callibration, it is always showing closed in HC2 interface. The HC2 controls them just fine when openning or closing, but even though it still always shows closed in the interface. I followed some trouble shooting steps in Fibaro manuals but with ni success, has any body ran into such issue previously?
Hello, I have the Bubendorff blinds connected to a Legrand Celiane switch. I have added the fibaro fgr-222 and included it in Domoticz. When I press open or close from Domoticz the blinds are moving up or down from few centimeters. It never go by itself to the bottom or to the top, same issue when I use the switch. Any help will be much appreciated. G
Hi All, Hoping someone can provide some insight into this. I have a FGR-222 which I would like to connect to my Garage Roller door Motor. What I currently have is: - Forcedoor FS 1000 door opener. Manual located here. - The unit is directly connected to an AC wall socket and has no wall switch - The manual advices to connect the wall switch to GND & PB points that are on the unit. From my understanding the wall switch will not require AC/Live wire connection. See the attached image. Can I connect the FGR-222 to this unit? If yes, how? Will I need to provide a Live and Neutral to the FGR-222 and connect Q1 and Q2 to PB and GND? and not worry about S1 and S2? Any pointers will be greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance.
I have installed an FGR-222 on a Smartthings Hub, using Toggle switches to control Warema Blinds. All configured and working OK. I have read that earlier versions of this Module had motor protection -- i.e. the module did not allow a voltage to both up (Q1) and down (Q2) at the same time. Is this the case on the FGR-222? Specifically, if the Roller Shutter is moving as a result of a zwave command, and somebody presses a toggle switch to try and stop the movement, is the motor protected? --- or do I get a bang and lots of smoke?! Can anybody point me to documentation regarding this? (It would save me time, as otherwise I have to set up a rig to test all the different scenarios!) Many thanks,