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Roller Shutter and 433MHz


Jaapdeknaap
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Hi All, 

I bought a beamer elevator and it comes with a 433 MHz module.

I would like to keep this also installed in combination with a Fibaro roller shutter 2.

Now i don't know on witch side i must put the roller shutter, on the side of the beamer or the side of the wallplug?

 

The 433 MHz is only for backup when fibaro loses contact, and i don't want to complete remove the ceiling. 

Thank you very much in advance.

 

David

 

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You can connect it as I have shown it in the picture.

But I'm not sure, but I think the COM must also be on the L.

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12 hours ago, Reinhold said:

You can connect it as I have shown it in the picture.

But I'm not sure, but I think the COM must also be on the L.

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Id say common will be internally linked inside the controller to neutral.

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