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hats posted a question in Single/Double Relay SwitchHi all. I am sorry if this will be a lame question and for my english)) I am going to buy some fgs-213 and would like to know: Can i use for s1 switch regular on/off switch (bistable) and for s2 push button (monostable)? Hope you understand me - thank you in advance.
Fibaro FGS-213 relay stick 5000w
MDC posted a topic in FIBARO ProductsHello, After I read on this forum seems some Fibaro module really got stick on some led driver and other device that has electronic inside other than resistive loads. I not find any information that show if this happen to old models of modules only or also happen to new models. Since new Fibaro FGS-213 module can handle only 8A ~ 230v = 1840w and only resistive loads, and I plan to use module in a DIN rail enclosure and power a contactor 16A to power in this way my electric oven that has 2500w, and other device that need more than 4500-5000w. I connect my oven direct to Fibaro module and I've got overcurrent notification each time. Anybody use Fibaro modules to increse power whit a contractor 16A or 20A with 220v coil? This will damage Fibaro module really? I found other solution to use Fibaro FGS-213 with solid state relay, but in this case are some problems: Heat (SSR relay at 20A become hot) and in a DIN rail enclosure....is not ok. Imagine you have 10 circuits. LED lamps glowing when off or even flick (is a fix by adding a normal light bulb in parallel of leds)