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Install sliding gates - how can I control them via Z-Wave?


bob_kelso527
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Hello,

I am installing sliding gates on the driveway and want to control them via Z-Wave.

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I have two gates, I want to control, each gate has a motor.
Wiring diagram motor:

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Anyone have an idea?
 
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Looks a bit like a 'standard' garagedoor opener.

Do they have a single button for opening and closing?

 

In my case they have and I  can control them by Fibaro

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  • I control them only with a small remote control  (868Mhz).

    The instructions says that you can connect an impulse button on terminals 7  & 8 for  opening and closing.

     

    so what do you use for your door?

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    Hello. I believe Fibaro relay switch will work just fine. Connect it it the terminál, in most cases there is as well 24V output inside the gate so you can power it up there.

    When you have it connected and included, set the parameter of auto-stop to 1second.

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