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I have Dimmer2 modules connected to downlights on either end of a kitchen/dining room. In the middle of the room I have another Dimmer2 connected to two momentary switches.
I want the S1 switch to remotely control the Dining Dimmer2 and the S2 switch to remotely control the Kitchen Dimmer2.
I have managed to configure the associations such that the switch on S1 will turn the Dining Dimmer2 on and off.
I can't for the life of me get the switch on S2 to do the same for the kitchen Dimmer2!
The Middle Dimmer2 is connected with a Bypass as load and is equidistant between the two other Dimmer2s.
Kitchen Spots = Node ID 38
Dining Spots = Node ID 60
Middle = Node ID 91
The Middle Dimmer2 has this association:
- EndPoint 0-Group 2 is a Single Channel Association for ID 60.
All other associations are clear.
I'm not clear on what EndPoint 0 and EndPoint1 represent in this case.
I need S1 to remotely on/off dimmer ID 60, and S2 to do ID 38.
I've read posts here, I've read the Fibaro documents and I've read Vesternet guides - all of which got me tantalisingly close. Can anyone help get me all the way there?
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