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Is this setup of FGS-223 allowed






Is this setting allowed to do?

I need this because I do not have a (L)ine at the second switch.


In domoticz I will switch Q1 and Q2 togheter, when the sensor detects somebody.



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I'm not sure that I understanding your idea correctly... It's a staircase light with 2 toggle switches?? If yes, yea it make sense, and will work when you will use hardware switches, but when you starts controlling lights via z-wave it will end with mess and difficulty.

 It will be much better if you will use two FGS-213 switches.

Provide L and N to the second switch with cables connected to Q1 and Q2 on your diagram and install it there. It will not be a wired connection between  first and second switch (only power to second switch), because there is no more wires in the wall. When you install the first switch, make a association between them so they will work as one switch. It will be much easier to program scenes in controller afterwards..   

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  • Yes, it's  a staircase light with 2 toggle switches.

    In dutch it is called 'hotelschakeling" ;-)


    The 2 toggle switches will keep their function.

    Beside this the light must go on when a sensor is detecting a person. And goes off again after a while.

    Main problem will be if the person also use the switch. Then the light will not go off after the timer expires.


    Thanks for your response.



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