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Smart Implant Scene





Looking for some advice and guidance here, it is regarding the use of an Fibaro Smart Implant and the Gate setup;


I'm using the adviced schematic by Fibaro:

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I'm not sure how I should initiate the trigger by a scene, I've read the manual but It does not seems to be mentioned there.

I didn't setup all the wiring yet, so I did not test what I've already configured. Hopefully someone can already let me know if this should be the way


What I want:

I want to click on a scene on my mobile device and trigger the gate. (It is a normal pulse button, so apart from using variables, I do not know the state).


What I've done:

Created a block-scene, Anytime of day, selected device and 'arm'...



Is it this simple?







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actually you can do with a smart implant aswell as that the device i use now.

same principle as the relay that you have found.

no need for a scene either.


connect the volt free contacts from your gate to the 2 screw terminals.

change parameter to auto-off after 1 sec for IN1 or IN2 depending on which set of terminals you have connected them to


then have a shortcut to device on your phone.


works perfectly!

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