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FGBHS-213 with a standard relais


Leoaxet
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Dears all,

I have three switch behind a standard relais that allow to manage a chandelier with many light bulbs form three points in my home.
I have bougt 1 Fibaro homekit switch to manage the same chandelier also from my Apple devices.
Is it possible to configure the FGBHS-213 beetween ther relais and the chandelier, in order to do what I need?
Can anyone give me an example scheme?
Thanks to everyone

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To my opinion you can connect homekit switch, but the switch should be located at chandelier itself (I believe there is enough room for one switch).

But one switch solution requires direct line wire and not switched line. Could you tell me if you can have one direct 220v line where the chandelier connected?

If it will work you can replace your three switches by one as well

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Thanks to All...

     

    Finally I've done by myself.

    Following the scheme that I've done and that works in my case:

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    Regards.

     

    Leo

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