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3 WAY Switch & DIMMER 2 : CONNECTIONS i need more Details




Looking more closely at Fibaro's online doc I also found
the possibility of using the Fibaro Dimmer for some of the rooms in our house where I have 3 switches that control a light source,
exactly as shown in FIBARO DIMMER wiring diagram No. 4 as a screenshot in the file attached to this message.

About the FIBARO wiring diagram for this: "3-way Switch connection", I have a supplementary question:

I do not see the symbol of the light source on this diagram,
The designer have they forget to include the connections of "the light bulb"?
I imagine that it is also necessary to use the terminal "Output terminal of the Dimmer2"? (with sinusoid and superimposed arrow)
Is it also necessary to connect the "L" terminal to the direct phase L?
Where am I next to the plate?
Would you, if you please, have the opportunity to learn about how to proceed?
Indeed, as a precaution I do not wish to make a fatal error in my wiring to avoid the risk of destroying the only DIMMER2 that I have.


In advance thank you for any information.


Best regards,


As beginner, I finally actually have time to start preparing the test setup for the different FIBARO modules acquired at your home this spring.
These preliminary tests are done before choosing the domotisation mode of all the lighting that meets our needs and expectations.
Until now it was rather the simplicity of Philips Hue for some corridors and passages that remained in place because Hue pre-existed before the FIBARO (with eedomus controller),

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  • Thank you Jamie  is a perfect documentation-link

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