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I am just about to dip my toes into automating the house, starting with my daughters bedroom.
Her existing light is a standard pendulum lamp and on off wall switch, this is just a switched live so the ceiling end must have a neutral going to it.
I have 6 LED spotlights to install in 2 circuits with Dimmer 2 modules, I am then unsure of the best way to switch them on and off.
Was thinking I could link the existing switch out to give a permanent supply to the dimmers and have a momentary button the request the lights go on and off.
There will be a motion sensor so I guess that could trigger lights when she goes into the room but then you wouldnt want to do that on a sunny day.
I have a minimote on order so that would be useful when she is in bed reading and want to know the lights out or change a scene.
Any thoughts would be welcome before I fully commit to anything.
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