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blochjo6

Wall switches compliant with Fibaro single and double switches?

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Hello,

I am a total newbee in Fibaro and more generally smart home systems.

I am preparing a new apartment and want to equip it with smart home, so I am investing in fibaro single and double switches behind the wall switches.

 

I already bought the figaro modules, and need to buy the wall switches.

My question is very simple : do I have to buy switches with only one position (you press the button to inverse the current state, but the button itself always returns in the same position) or can I buy switches with 2 positions (one position for on, one position for off).

It seems that fibaro modules can deal with both from the online doc, I just want a final confirmation.

 

Thanks!

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Hi. You can use both. Just choose the right type in the parameters. But returning switches are better if you want to use them to launch scenes. It’s easier to do 2 or 3 presses and also possible to hold. 

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Also for dimmer you would better choose so-called bell switch. It’s the one where the circuit is closed only when you hold it pressed. 

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