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Smart implant and association : not functioning



Hi , 

I look to use a "smart implant " to connect an alarm system intelligently to my Zwave network ( Use light flashing for a smoke alarm) 

I don't plan to use scenes but rather the "association " method 

I built a test set up where the smartimplant is fed with 9v DC , input 1 (IN1) goes to momentary switch. 

Goal is to light a yellow bulb when there is an contact closure on IN1 ( IN1 is configured as NO , binary input) 

It is associated to a Fibaro dual relay module  , output 1 ( with yellow Bulb) 

Association is done in Multichannel mode:

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The association does not work 


Other setups using associations do work ( univ sensor with smart plugs, qubino  relays with fibaro relays , fibaro dimmers between each other ...)


so , why is this one not working? what is configured wrong?

additional : what is the meaning of the "Security mode " [ in blue , top of screen ] ? is this a sign of encrypted comms ? if so , do other devices accept hte comms from the smart implant


thanks for your support 



edit : question resolved . A device in security mode can not be associated to a device in non-security mode. For smart implant , the mode is defined at moment of inclusion or [adding the device]

Edited by gedein1785
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