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Aeotec Wallmote Quad for dimming


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Hi All 

I’ve just bought an Aeotec Wallmote Quad controller.

When I add it to my HC2, I can select what to do when I press or hold any of the four buttons. Nice!

But: I want to use it to control a Fibaro Dimmer. The Wallmote has swipe commands that should do this, but I can’t get it to work.

Please help!

 

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14 hours ago, Edward Trapp said:

Sorry no bonus. I just got enough of this cr*p. Constantly loosing connectivity to HC2. Gonna sell my 3 Quads before i smash them into Aeotec Puzzles.

 

how old is yours? not that you have buggy hardware, aeotec had some time ago recall.

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I got it to work, sort of. By setting parameter 4 to 3 and 3 to 1.

But dimming by sliding is very difficult to control.

Sometimes it doesn't do anything.

Sometimes it changes the light a lot with just i little slide movement.

What can be done with that? Anyone else with similar experiences?

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Yup. Same problems with Wallmote here. First of all Fibaro seems to ignore existence of Wallmotes and doesn't provide template of parameters nor icon - been sending request for year now. No suprise there. Also I coudn't set up dimming option. Tried with RGBW, but i'll try with Dimmer soon. Finally if anyone is intending to buy Wallmote and expect seamless problem-free experience - forget it. Switches just shouldn't be "touch" toggled - now I know. 

 

BTW - Hello as this is my first post here xD

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Sorry no bonus. I just got enough of this cr*p. Constantly loosing connectivity to HC2. Gonna sell my 3 Quads before i smash them into Aeotec Puzzles.

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Tin that's interesting! I bought them about 1.5 years ago. That was something like presale so I already sent Aeotec question if they would replace them or exchange for few multisensors. I'll get back when they answer. Thanks for the tip!

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