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Ventian blind slat angle with manual buttons





I would like to use "Roller Shutter 3" to control a number venetian blinds. However, before I buy I have questions.



Today each blind is controlled by two dump momentary switches (up/down). To move up or down the button is held for a looong time (up to e.g. 60 seconds). To adjust the angle of the slats the button is held for somewhere between 0.1 and 2 seconds, depending on how much rotation is wanted.



The "Roller Shutter 3"´manual says: "hold switch – initiate slats rotation up/down".

How is the slats rotation stopped?

How does one use the momentary switches to tell the "Roller Shutter 3" to power the blind motor for e.g. just 0.1 second in order to achieve a small rotation of the slats?


Hope someone can help. Thanks.





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Do you have the manual? If not see in the FIBARO Knowledge Base


The operations of the blinds is controlled by the time it takes to make the fully rotate. It is explained in the manual. When you have entered the correct value, you can control them with a HC or other controllers, that support the RS3

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  • Thank you CHTHSCH.

    However, my question relates to how the RS3 is controlled by manual buttons.

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