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I was planning to control my radiators using Fibaro FGS-212 relay switches.
But it turns out my radiators are using 400V, that is they are connected to two phases, not one phase (at 230V) and one neutral. This setup seem to be quite common, at least here in Sweden.
Is it possible to use the FGS-212 for this? If not, are there plans for such a z-wave switch.
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