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FGS-223. Turn on associated device by double click

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I use momentary switch with FGS-223 (param 20 = 0).

I added device to FGS-223 second association group. When I double-press, FGS-223 sent to device level 99, it's ok, BUT FGS-223 also turn on!!!

Is it possible by 1 click to turn on FGS-223, by 2 clicks to turn on associated device ?

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I have similar problem with FGS-223. 3 click triggers my scene but the light is switched off also. I'd like to trigger my scene without changing light status.

I reported it to fibaro support 1 year ago and got answer that it should work properly but they have to check it. And I'm still waiting for a response...

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Hi,

 

Unfortunately, it's not possible with our Double Switch. Beside it's additional functionality, it is also a normal mechanical switch which is triggered every time you click the button.

 

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You can set there multiple clicks for different actions.

 

 

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Pity, because old Dimmer can do it. Switch 2 is a newer module with less opportunities... :(

 

I used 3 click to switch off the light in my bedroom with 10 s. delay. For 10 s I could go to bed and lie down. It was may favourite scene. I had to change Dimmer do Switch, bacause Dimmer can't handle energy saving light bulbs (blinking).

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Hi, can you please confirm that old Dimmer (Dimmer 1) can trigger double action scene without changing the state of the O1/O2 circuits? 

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The same story is with relays. Double and triple click activates the o1/o2 llight circuits. Any solution for that?

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Anyone with similiar issue on Relays? Any solution?

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I am also looking for solution. I would like to turn on the AirCon with double click and turn it off with tripple click. Its very annoying that the light changes state every time...

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Change parameter 23 to 0 did the trick for me.

 

I have a momentary switch that runs the go to bed scene when double clicking, but the lightbulb connected to the switch went to max when double clicking it. Therefore I changed parameter 23 to 0 and the problem was fixed. One caveat. You cannot easily set the lightbulb to max level anymore.

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there is no param 23 in advance tab for my device..

 

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 Can you check what version of module do you use?

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On 9/8/2018 at 12:38 AM, mosskit said:

there is no param 23 in advance tab for my device..

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 Can you check what version of module do you use?

 

I was on vacation, therefore I missed your message. I have a com.fibaro.FGD212 device, version 3.5.

 

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Parameter 23 is also described in the manual at:

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Dimmer 2 has got this parameter.

Still no solution for Switch 2.

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7 hours ago, Joep said:

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Parameter 23 is also described in the manual at:

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We have been talking about relay module.. NOT DIMMER my friend. There is no such parameter on relay switch. If I knew this limitation to relay switches I would skip them for dimmers only. Now, I regret.

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