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How to recalibrate Roller Shutter 1 FGR221 ?


Emphyrio
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I seem unable to trigger a calibration sequence for my Fibaro Roller Shutter 1 (FGR221 v2.1). The manual states the only possible way to trigger a calibration is to reset the unit by excluding then including it into the Z-wave network.

 

I tried this several times. For the last try, I also cut the power for 30 seconds before including it again. In the manual I read that, after a succesful include, there should be a calibration sequence. This does not happen.

 

Do you have any suggestions for triggering a calibration?

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@Emphyrio

This is with the B-button on the roller shutter

 

  1. Make sure the module is supplied
  2. Add the device to the Z-Wave network
  3. Press and hold the B-button
  4. Wait for the visual indicator to glow yellow (4th MENU position)
  5. Release the B-button
  6. Press the B-button again, briefly
  7. The device will perform the calibration process, completing full cycle – up, down and up again
  8. Test whether the positioning works correctly
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    1 hour ago, Reinhold said:

    @Emphyrio

    This is with the B-button on the roller shutter

     

    1. Make sure the module is supplied
    2. Add the device to the Z-Wave network
    3. Press and hold the B-button
    4. Wait for the visual indicator to glow yellow (4th MENU position)
    5. Release the B-button
    6. Press the B-button again, briefly
    7. The device will perform the calibration process, completing full cycle – up, down and up again
    8. Test whether the positioning works correctly

    @Reinhold: Thank you for your response. Unfortunately, it is not working. I think the described steps are for Roller Shutter v2, I own a V1. It does not have a visual indicator. I tried your steps, but nothing is happening.

     

    I hope someone can help with the proper steps for V1 (FGR-221 instead of FGR-222). Or if I'm mistaken somehow, please let me know.

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    Hi
    On roller shutter2, there is a button in the interface.
    I do not know if it's on yours, but maybe you have not seen it.

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    You did include the roller shutter again but if you exclude it and reset the roller shutter. And dan include it again if you tried this?

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    Hi Empyrio,

    I am sorry I cant help you, but I have a similar problem. I have 3x FGR-221 shutters and I am not able to pass the calibration. 

    What kind of motor is connected to your shutter?

    Mine is Somfy J4W6 (6nm + electronic end switches / ~95W) and when using S1/S2 switches on the module, it only moves few centimeters up and down so it is not possible to do a full down and full up sequence.

     

    Cheers,

    Petr

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