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Controling Lameles on Venetian Blinds with remote Dimmer


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Hello Guys,

Have anyone accomplished a smooth blinds control with a remote dimmer? I know there is a way to program a scene to set lameles to a specific value but would like to achieve similar behavior like light brightness control with a dimmer (brighter / darker - based on the time of S1/S2 swtich being closed). This is due to lack of physical switches over all my roller shutters. Thanks

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  • I am not trying to control a motor by direct wiring it to dimmer! I have all my motors equipped with Roller Shutter 2 but no mechanical switches installed (7 Blinders). 

    I am interested in REMOTE controlling RS-2 by a Dimmer or a Relay and monostable switches connected to it.

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    Yes, that is possible with a scene or an association. Either of these two will work.

     

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