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dimmer2 lightens up on 1st long press instead of dimming



Is it only me or is there a difference between Dimmer and Dimmer 2 when it comes to first "dimming" after turning the light on?


On Dimmer1 installations when I turn the light on - the first "long press" of the wall switch actually dimms the light. Which is what I want and what I need, because when I need more light I do the double click and there it is: more light.


I bought one dimmer2 (dimmer 1 seemed not to be on sale at that very moment) and it's behaving the other way (misbehaving actually):

1 click --> light turns on (expected behaviour)

1st long press --> it's brightening up (instead of dimming)

2nd long press --> it's dimming (which is not surprising...)

Double click is still doing 100%.


Does anybody know how to change it back to "normal"? To make it work like the dimmer1 does?

I haven't found any parameter setting for it, but maybe there is one? Is it possible that I messed sthg up while connecting? 

Or is there at least a way to set double click to do the minimum light, like 4%? (I haven't found it either)



If it is of any importance:

Dimmer2 operates 2 philips LED bulbs 6,5W each with a bypass2 and momentary switches, dimming is great.

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