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Operate gate with relay


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I wanted to operate my front gate with the relay 15 16 shows a puch button switch, is this the best way to do it? 

1 to L

3 to N

15 to ?

16 to ?

 

what parameters do i need to change in the relay. Should i go straight to the motor?

 

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  • ok got it working, but i was wondering if i use a fibaro shutter 2 instead of the relay to control the gate would i be able to set % with the slider, would forcing calibration work with the limit switches? where would i wire it to? straight to the motor? U W V ? i did it with a projector screen and to calibrate it goes up down up down and then the % works, would the gate be able to do the calibration? anybody tried this? I use the vera plus hub. The reason i want to use the shutter control is with voice commands with siri and the relay i need to say Turn On Gate for both directions but with the shutter control i would be able to say Open or close the gate knowing remotely its in the state i want it to be without installing a reed switch to know if its open or closed.

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