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Garage door help!!

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Hi,

 

i was hoping someone could let me know what fibaro item and how to wire  I’d need to automate my garage door so I can control via app or google Assistant ? 

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    all i I have is this I found on the internet ? It’s just says PM1 on the cover panel no name or company sorry 

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    nice noname ;)

    but, you can wire with z-wave relay with alternative (Dry Contact Out?!) power here vcwHk7kWAO.png

     

    one notice here, you can't control done of operation. your device can't send callback command what your door is _full_ opened or _ful_ closed. otherwise, you should buy and mount an additional 2 relays (sensor-end) on top and at the bottom

     

    FGS-222

     

    IMHO
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    220V used only (!) as main power for FGS222

     

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    Sir, IMHO my pic can say more than I

     

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    No no no no

    according your manual 

     

           U=Up
    S= Stop D=Down
    + / - = Dc 12v

     

    12v NIOT 220v

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    220v we are needing for powering Fibaro module (L/N) 

    next 12v we are needing for powering remote manual control

    so, while you don’t have Fibaro FGS222 we can playing with your garage door manually 

    find power 12v (warning D.C.) and connect to + - respecting polarity)

    Done 

     

    Find short wire and connect (touch) : one wire to + second (touch) to U or D your door must start opening or closing 

     

     

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  • Ok I think I have a old 12v power supply plug somewhere I will try this as soon as I can get a chance to - thank you 

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  • 10der, will I need to remove the 240v power first before I try the 12v ? 

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    Posted (edited)

    wait, You know, I didn't think to ask.

    can you check BEFORE: what is power/voltage in [+] / [ -] terminals in electrical installation WHEN your device is running (220v - ON)

    my guess - it's not [IN[ it's [OUT]! 

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    sorry,. left word is not recognized by me.

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  • Sorry my fault - it’s the wire to the motor/garage shutter 

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    ok. that's ok

    but you did not answer me: what voltage on the right block on + and - terminal

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