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Wiring help in UK





I'm having difficulties to wire my electric radiator switch with fibaro? Would anyone have any thoughts? Please find picture attached.

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EDIT: I have FGS213 :)

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On 9/24/2018 at 6:55 PM, siulas said:

difficulties to wire my electric radiator switch with fibaro


If in doubt or not comfortable, better to contact a qualified electrician

no second chance with electricity :-(


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It a pitty we can't see the letter on current manual switch;


but green/yellow = earth

blue                       = N neutral (you see 'N' on the current switch)

brown                   = L live lead


Since you apparently don't know this, i'm NOT encouraging you to DIY!


If you understand the wires, then you can easily follow  installation according to the manual. Only instead of a light bulb on schematics there comes your electric radiator.


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thats a spur switch. so you have a Live, Neutral and Earth as SUPPLY which is your mains input and then the radiator is connected to the Live, Neutral and Earth LOAD.

The first thing to make sure is that the Fibaro relay you are going to use is has a higher rating than the rating of the radiator otherwise you wont be able to use it.

The other thing to consider is whether you want to maintain manual switching ability and that would then depend on how you add the module in. 

Best scenario is if you are unsure of the wiring consult an electrician, better to be safe.


PS it is possible to do as i have done this for clients

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