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New walli dimmer "VOLTAGE DROP ERROR"


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Hi... I tried to add the new walli dimmer in dimmable lamps led 6W x3 without neutral cable ( old dimmer2 module is working good in same lamps ) , but i receive always error :  VOLTAGE DROP ERROR and it is working only if manual switch brightness under 50%, that is not what i want of cource. I tried even to keep only one led from 3 , but same output. Tried it with other led lamps , and had same ouput. What happens? Anyone that managed to make them working without neutral cable configuration? 

 

I tried all suggestion in manual of walli but didn't work... 

 

"Appearing of an error in a 2-wire connection may be the result of mains voltage drop or a too high brightness level of the light source.
If parameter 37 is set to 1, the device will automatically try to turn on again.
Voltage drop error suggests that parameter 2 value should be reduced until disappearing of the failure. You can also recalibrate the load using parameter 13.
After three unsuccessful automatic tries of turning on the load, Dimmer 2 will stay in VOLTAGE DROP error mode (module turned off)."

 

Any suggestions please?

 

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8 hours ago, akatar said:

@lasmartuser try to connect a blue wire, just to be sure of this helps solving the problem

 

 

Not possible to have N wire in this set up.  This is why i have choosen walli dimmer that supposed to work in no neutral wire set up!

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Hi, I have the same error with my walli dimmer. I have installed both wires - L, N.

 

I am using led lamps and don't have bypass installed...

 

It use to work fine until it started to give the error "Voltage Drop/Drift.  It also don't work fine anymore - when i push the button then at first it switches on/off and after a second on again. 

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Hello,
I have exactly the same problem, I don't see any answers, have you found the solution? Should we put a bypass?

Thank you in advance.

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@Netlives

Is the N wire connected? (i had this problem because i didn't had the n wire connected)

if so, try a bypass

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Both the walli dimmer and fibaro dimmer 2 manuals say the same thing on load size: for loads between 5 and 50 watts you need to also install a fibaro bypass. I think this extra important when you don't have a neutral.

 

@lasmartuser and @kristjan, did a bypass solve your issues?

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