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Fibaro Smart Implant (FGBS-222)


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At last the Fibaro smart implant is realesed in Sweden, I had a need of controlling a battery powered LED candle so I integrated it in this using the implant powered by a 9v battery and used one of the two outputs to act as a replacement for the switch on the candle, It worked great!...for about 48 hours then the 9v battery was on 3,5v. The problem i think is that smart implant act as a repeater in the z-wave network and it is not open to deactivate the repeating function or am i wrong?

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@Teddan that's the reason, implants drains you're battery, just like an ubs.

use a 9 volt powersuply

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  • @Akatar, you missing the point here. The test was to run it on battery to see how long it last becuase i cant find a current consumption on the smart implant. 

     

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    The implant will run on battery.
    The downside is that you have to buy a carton of batteries.
    It has no sleep mode and will discharge quickly.

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    Is there any Fibaro module that is battery operated and has digital inputs? Like the FGK-10x had before the new version was released. 

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    There is no other fibaro device. Check this. Site is in dutch but the video has english subtitles.

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