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demetrio812

Z-Wave Fibaro Relay Insert 2x1.5 connected to 1 load only: possible to use the second button to trigger zwave commands?

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Hello,

I have just one light to control but a double switch, can I connect it to the module and use the switch to trigger zwave commands? Is it possible to connect the switch to a remote blind module to control it as it were directly connected to the switch?

 

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Dem

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Sure, easy.

 

Create a scene that uses the value of S2 as a trigger, and let the scene send commands to the bild module.

 

I am not sure that direct association would work.

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  • Hello,

    that's a good news, thanks for your reply!

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    is there another way to do this? In block scenes you would have to have one scene to open and one to close yeah? seems clunky.

     

    I would have thought we could associate the s2 input on say a dimmer or relay to the blind relay as on/off click click. ??

     

    if so which association group on which device?

     

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