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Module to control both wires



Dear all,


I'm now discovering Fibaro products. They are wonderfull to enable us control our equipments remotely, to monitor them etc... But I'm looking for something I did not find yet... A module that enables me to control both wires (Load AND Neutral). Does this exist ? 


Thanks by advance,


Best regards,



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Hei @michel84  Have a look at below, z wave switching of both poles, L and N.


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I have seen several other models on the net , some of them Din rail mounted in fusebox.

I haven't seen dimmers for  both L and N control , so you might have to turn on light first with switch and dim after power on.

Otherwise, as i have done, you can connect a fibaro dobbel switch 2 to separate rele's , ( rele's mounted in fusebox and  switch mounted outside fusebox).

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