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Using a Secure thermostat to control a Fibaro Relay Switch


Ole

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Hi all!

I am working on setting up my electric floor heating. I have a SRT-321 thermostat controlling 3 Fibaro wall plugs and I installed a Fibaro 1x3kW switch relay to the electric floor heating. I had hoped that I could just add the relay to the thermostats group id 2 like the wall plugs and the thermostat would switch it on and off like the wall plugs, but it doesn't work. Any ideas why? I can switch the relay on and off from the web interface and the iPhone app.

Best regards

Ole

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  • Dear Nowacki

    What do you mean? I have 3 wall plugs in group 2 and the relay switch in group 1.

    Sincerely

    Ole

    [ Added: 2014-11-24, 19:24 ]

    I have tried adding the relay switch to group 1 and group 2, and none of them work, only the 3 wall plugs in group 2 work as they should. What am I doing wrong? It shouldn't be this hard.

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    Ole, I meant that number of devices that can be added to single association group may be limited. Try to delete one wall plug from it and add a Relay instead.

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  • Dear Nowacki

    That fixed the issue. I thought I could add 4 devices, but apparently only 3. I then linked the third wall-plug to one of the other wall plugs and now all wall plugs and the relay switches on and off. Thank you!

    Sincerely

    Ole

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