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FGR-222 v2.5 power consumption & calibration lost after each power outage


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FGR222  roller shutter 2 is loosing power consumption and calibration after power outage so I have to recalibrate it every time after power is back.

Is there anything I can do regarding that or it is just faulty device with memory in banana

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As you can se the one on the right have 0,00kWh.


I live in Croatia and purchased it from one of the Fibaro resellers but to be honest don't remember which one. I don't know if sending it to Poland would be at the end more expensive than just throw it to garbage and order new one? Anyway it is purchased almost a year ago and warranty last for what 1 year or maybe 2 years? Oh, and if you wonder why I write that now and not before, it is because we don't have that much power outages in my place and I actually find that just recently when I was testing my new device for registering power outage and scene to handle that. I must say that my wife was not that enthusiastic with my testing but it was worth it :-D



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