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My desired setup is as follows: A Dimmer 2 is connected to a single momentary switch. Through this switch I would like to control one channel on a RGBW dimmer for LED strips remotely, through association. A similar solution works fine when there is a separate load on S1 of the dimmer (e.g. downlights), using association on the S2 part of a double switch to associate to the RGBW. (The RGBW in my case is used to control 3 or 4 separate LED strips, one on each channel, each in a different room.The RGBW dimmer itself is centrally located).
In this room, however, I have no downlights, hence no primary load for the dimmer. The autocalibration fails and the dimmer refuses to pass on information through association. The documentation says a minimum 50 W load should be attached (which seems a lot). Here is the question: Will the Dimmer 2 work with only a FGB-002 bypass as a load?
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