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Fibaro Walli switches


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Hi,

 

I have several questions reg. new Fibaro Walli switches and Walli Dimmer. Can I control and dimmer with it two different LED strips?

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Yes @SmartNamai, you can control both of them (must be the same). But with one Dimmer you will control always both of them at once.

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  • ok, thank you for the information. May I control with one Walli Roller Shutter the blinds and curtains together or needs two different Walli Roller Shutters?

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    @SmartNamai, you need two of them. 1st for blinds and 2nd for curtains.

     

    It is not advised to use two motors on same Roller shutter, as both of them have different open/close time. if you pump elektricity to one and that stops and 2nd is running, then it returns inducted back and you could damage Roller shutter. And trust me its not pleasing on sight.

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