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Replacement of old roller shutter with walli

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... Hey... 

... Everything seemed so easy... But then I discovered, my old switch only had cables connecting to the motor up and down and live(or neutral? It was brown). Blue wasn't connected. 

Installing the walli I put live in L, connected blue to neutral and the to up and down cables. 

Didn't work, no led's flashing, no installation using homee possible. Any ideas? 

Would be grateful! 

Regards Tobias 

 

 

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Check please, if you have twoo cables to box.
1) incomming cable from home distribution network
(N - blue, L - brown, ground) maybe you have three phases wires (brown, black, grey).
2) outgoing to roller shutter
(N, L up, L down)

You must connect the wire with roller shutter.
Incoming wire - device
Brown (L) -  device FGR223 pin (L)
Blue (N) - device FGR223 pin (N)
Cable from the roller shutter, brown wire - device FGR223 pin Q1
Cable from the roller shutter, black wire - device FGR223 pin Q2
Cable from the roller shutter, blue wire - device FGR223 pin N (connected with incomming cable,wire N)

Wire from switch (center pin) - incomming cable, brown wire (L)
Wire from switch ( UP pin) - FGR223 pin S1
Wire from switch ( DOWN pin) - FGR223 pin S2

 

I see some blue wire on the picture.
Where from is it? Bad angle...

eM.

 

 

 

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One more note: If you have no experience with electrical installations, leave it to experts.
A multimeter can indicate the induced voltage and can confuse you.
I recommend using older testers based on inductive load. And as a minimum, use a screewdriver mains tester.
I suggest that you test the module by simply connecting it to L and N, for example, using a power cord.

If you hold down the B button, it must change the LED colors according to the mode. If it does not, it may be damaged.

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