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Create home alarm trigger to activate automation



I will do my best to explain what I need.

I have an alarm system that can "tell" me when it is turned on ( I mean in alarm ) with 2 wires dry contact.

I would use this dry contact to activate a "trigger" to start an automation at home ( some lights on) .

It is like a virtual switch to wire to S1 in the relay but I can't us L because there is tension there.

Is there a wiring diagram to do that?

Thank you for your help

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I did it with the potential free contact Fibaro universal binairy sensor.

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  • I was thinking too that Sjakie, could you post a wiring diagram? 

    I was searching something else right now and I found this, could it work with a fibaro relay?

    I will just use L and N and blue wires for dry contact but this drawing seems to be wrong

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    The bell pusher will be your connection to your other alarm sytem.



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