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RGBW Module wall controller?



I'm just finishing off an RGBW install and slighting overlooked the control aspect of it. All i allowed for was a momentry switch to turn it on/off and dim. This is fine but now i have had a play with a module i realise that you can control the 4 channels with different switches. Thankfully i have the option of installing a new switch with easy access to the module but would like something nicer than just 4 switches on the wall.

Can the fibaro controller be connected to something like this?

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This is a lovely looking wall plate but i think the LED strip needs to be connected to it directly and not just the control inputs of the fibaro module.




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  • I have been advised that the wall controller will not work with the fibaro module which is what i expected. How else are people controlling the module other than using their phone?

    My wall switch turns off my transformer (and the module) so i would need to put more switches in using the IN 1-4 connections to control it.

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    This might be an option?

    Don't know your country and installation system so this is for 70mm diameter round wall boxes with 60mm between the fastening screws.


    Its a schneider Exxact switch.

    Comes in multiple colors, works with 12-24V



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