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Newbie help for scene using s2 for dimmer module


mrchris
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Hi team!

If anyone could be kind to help me - I am trying to get s2 switch to turn on another/different light but cannot get past the first "line" of the scene setting. I do not know where to start. I am completly new to this so please pardon my lack of knowledge!

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Chris

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Hi!

S2 of the dimmer can be only used for association (S2 is for GROUP II of association) - so it can not be used in scenes - but you can asocatiate this group II with another dimmer or releay switch or roller shutter.

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  • Thanks for your reply.

    So is it possible to associate s2 to the same dimmer module- so that the s1 can do the dimming function and s2 turn it on and off?

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    It would be easier to use a momentary (often called "monostable" "press switch" or "bell press") switch in S1 so that you can press to turn on and off or push and hold to dim

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