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Roller Shutter 2 FGR-222 Motor Protection


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I have installed an FGR-222 on a Smartthings Hub, using Toggle switches to control Warema Blinds.  All configured and working OK.

 

I have read that earlier versions of this Module had motor protection -- i.e. the module did not allow a voltage to both up (Q1) and down (Q2) at the same time.  Is this the case on the FGR-222?

 

Specifically, if the Roller Shutter is moving as a result of a zwave command, and somebody presses a toggle switch to try and stop the movement, is the motor protected? --- or do I get a bang and lots of smoke?!

 

Can anybody point me to documentation regarding this?   (It would save me time, as otherwise I have to set up a rig to test all the different scenarios!)

 

Many thanks,

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