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Dry contact for FGS213 and FGS223


Stephan Smit
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No. The older generation had this ability, but I think it was a little bit dangerous. I'm afraid you'll have to add a relay, one that has sufficient creepage and clearance to connect to 12 V or 24 V circuits.

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In that regard, are you going to stop producting the old versions of the relays simply because some projects require dry contacts like garage doors and other equipment like that?

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Anyone?! It was so easy to use those old 211 or 221 relays and now - nothing to replace them?! To add another 220v relay, come on, 2 relays for a single job......

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As far as company i work for is concerned i do request new relay switch for 12-48 V = (or if need be 12-24V =) from Fibaro whenever i remember.

So far no luck, but maybe if we get more ppl to ask for them it'd have better chance of suxceeding.

 

12-24V= specifically and to lesser extent up to 48V= is pretty domminant outdoors hobby market way of powering things like sprinklers, so tehre is definitively quite a bit of people interested. And since this is merely simple relay (maybe make it 3x relay 12-48V= just to set it apart from single and double relays but i woudl be fine even with single or double) it can not be that hard to include into production.

 

Only complication i can imagine is with getting approved by electricall standards but that was never Fibaro's problem.

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