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FGS 222 - How to connect 2 dry contact devices

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Hi

 

I would like to connect 2 distinct dry contacts (garage door and gate entry) to my new FGS 222.

 

According to the FGS wire guide, dry contact must be connected to IN and Q1 for the first one and IN/Q2 for the second one.

 

It means that one cable of the dry contact of the first device is connected to one dry contact of the other device ? (on the pin IN). Is there a risk if the 2 independant device are linked together on the IN pin ? Do you have a schéma for a wiring/connection  with 2 distinct dry contact on FGS 222 ?

 

Thank you in advance

 

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it's look like wet contacts

 

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you have to put 230v to s1 and/or s2 to switch the lights

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akatar, that scheme is for powering device with mains power supply. Be cautious not to mic with double switch with power metering. For the case  

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 is mentioning, there is risk of mixing 2 separate power circuits together in case both relays will be ON. If you can somehow avoid that, than it should be doable to use it for 2 different devices with 2 different power supplies. Safest solution would be to use 2 external relays that would separate circuits of those devices. 

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if you want to make a "wet"contact "dry" then is youre schematic the way to go.

 

not sure what ts want?

use the fgs222 to open /close door/fence

or

use the fgs222 to lit the lights if fence/door opens/closes?

 

if it's the first one, just connect two 220v relais and use the relais for the dry inputs on the fence

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