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Qubino FLUSH 1D


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Hi,

Anybody has experience with the Qubino Flush 1D relay(ZMNHND1) running from 24-30VDC? I tried to include it without sucess, but when I connect it to 230VAC it includes in the system and works, but when I try to run it from 26VDC it doesn't. From the same power source a Fibaro Universal Binary Sensor is running without any problems.

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Marton

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LOl - what a mistake for a manufacturer to make!

 

So do you have a working system with the Qubino 1D Relay on the HC2? I can include it but it wont finish configuring nor allow me to remotely turn on/off the switch either.  :roll:

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Nevermind, just figured that the labels are wrong on the unit. N is actually the lead and L is the neutral.

 

haha, no wonder that Fibaro have not created templates such crap and dangerous things. Wonerding only how the get z-wave certified

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LOl - what a mistake for a manufacturer to make!

 

So do you have a working system with the Qubino 1D Relay on the HC2? I can include it but it wont finish configuring nor allow me to remotely turn on/off the switch either.  :roll:

Having same issue, can't include into scenes so i have to have a virtual device be a between-hand...

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haha, no wonder that Fibaro have not created templates such crap and dangerous things. Wonerding only how the get z-wave certified

Just want to point out that qubino wiring diagrams clearly states DC+ to terminal "N" and DC - to L.

What's dangerous is not to look at the diagram before hooking it up.

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Has anybody on this thread been able to configure the device parameters of the ZMNHND1 yet?

Still no support in v4.104 beta that I can see. :cry:

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