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Hi All

Can any one help me to wiring my Fibaro Smart Implant to open electric Lock Door or Gate I have HC2 as well and I control my Door through Somfy Video Intercome Door V600

Thanks in advance 

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Yasser

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What kind of electric Lock Door do you have?

 

You need a wiring diagram.

 

Greetings

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  • 1 minute ago, kallecux said:

    What kind of electric Lock Door do you have?

     

    You need a wiring diagram.

     

    Greetings

    Yale 

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    Sorry, what do you really want?

    Your somfy can handle an electric door opener.

    Why do want to unlock/open via HC2?

    How do you connect the somfy to HC2?

     

     

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  • first thanks for trying helping me

     I want to have access through internet  " remotely " to open the Door Somfy V600 not have remote access or internet access  

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    Unfortunately I cannot draw here, so by words: You need a power supply with 6-12V, the smart implant an the opener. You use the out1 as a potential-free switch and can use it to switch the door opener. You  connect all 3 elements in series.

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  • 1 minute ago, kallecux said:

    Unfortunately I cannot draw here, so by words: You need a power supply with 6-12V, the smart implant an the opener. You use the out1 as a potential-free switch and can use it to switch the door opener. You virtually connect all 3 elements in series.

     

    1 minute ago, kallecux said:

    Thanks a million 

     

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    similar to the description on page 14 of the manual for the smart implant, only that the power supply has to be in between at out1.

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  • Thanks You mean the power supply with attached with P snd GND and the OutPut 1 will attached with the electric strike correct ?

     

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    I mean it in this way:

    Maximal 150mA at OUT1 or OUT2 - check the door opener before use - ask your electrician for help.

    Or take a FGS222 as potenial free switch

     

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    If it's still up to date, I'll try to give you a solution.
    Two things need to be resolved.
    1) Out of Smartimplant can be loaded with max. Current 150mA. Most locks have a larger consumption (300mA-1,5A!).
    So you need to boost the output of Smartimplant by inserting a relay (just like Kallecux drew, but the lock coil is a relay coil). Or use the FGS222 Relay Smartimplant (if you are within 230V to power the module).
    2) Since the output of the Somfy intercom is a voltage output. Intercom that directly controls the lock, you must galvanically isolate the lock and smartimplant control circuit with a relay.
    Do not happen that two voltage come to the lock at once, something burns!
    Connect the coil of the other relay instead of the lock. Connect its C / NO contact in parallel to the C / NO contacts of Smartimplant (its auxiliary relay) and now you can connect your lock.
     

    If you solve both issues, it will work.
    Note: Maintain the correct voltage for the relay and lock, protecting the ignition contact from sparking by connecting the diode in the reverse direction (to the lock coil, to the relay coil).

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