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GARAGE DOOR EASY with Fibaro switch


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Hello I'm Thierry

I have a new project which is to add fibaro on my garage door opener.

I m not an expert in electricity so this is why i need your expertise.

 

I have a door openner with three buttons (up/stop/down)

I would like to configure the FGS-212 to control pulse on those buttons.

I have uploaded the diagram of the box the diagram is in page 7

to change the state from 1 to 2 buttons it's in page 15 

 

Sorry most of the text is in french but there is some english.

 

Btw i can use a smart implant if you think this is better.

 

Thank you for your help

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On 8/2/2020 at 10:22 AM, FBerges said:

 

Now we are already with a bottle of red wine, a brie and a baguet!

Here is the circuit diagram for impulse start and stop everything controllable via LUA or block diagram.
Now only a SmartImplant is required.

The diagram is very confusing but the fashion should be automatic.
But you can still try that.
Don't forget output 1 must now be open.
Now you can start the gate with a pulse on output 2 for approx. 1 second. Try it, nothing can happen.
This is a real EU (F,CZ,NL,D) and Down Under project!

 

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Hi FBerges,

 

Are you sure that the bottom connector of the out should be routed to the GND?

The official diagram which comes with the FBGS-222 states it is the top one.

 

I try to connect the FBGS-222 to my Marantec Comfort 360 and used the wiring as below.

The Fibaro shows up as device but no matter what i try the switch doesn't trigger the garage door. 

I configured the input (param 20) as monostable button and have set the paramater 256 to 0.1 sec.

 

Neither does my doorbell pusher which is connected as a push button on input 1 or the switch form the interface give any output to the garage door.

Beforehand the doorbell was working fine, also when i disconnected the FBGS-222 it works again

 

 

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Since the descriptions talked about a potential-free output, that shouldn't really matter.
Some information says MOS-Feed output also because it would not matter.
But you're right in the documentary, it's the other way around.
But what's the problem? Try twisting the two wires at the screw terminals.

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Hm okay, i don't know for sure what the problem is but whenever i wire the FBGS-222 in like above nothing works anymore.

Not the button through the interface of home assistant in my case, neither does the doorbell pusher function anymore.

 

Which wires are you suggesting i should try to twist? 

update: I've stripped the wires from the Fibaro output a bit larger and twisted them to ensure they make contact already.

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Hello All,

 

I'm trying to do the same as Thierry.


I planned to use the FGS-223, assuming the S1, S2, Q1, and Q2 do not carry power and are only contact switches.
Am I wrong?

 

My controller is a different brand but very similar (DEA Spazio) Diagram attached to mine is model 724RR

I also has the common outs and the Start and close terminals.

 

But my big question is how to do a push button, like the remote. I need to close the start contact for a second to open and close the close contact for a second to close the door. If not, as has been said here, the automatic end of the track will not work.


Is there any way to set up the FGS-233 to do that, or do I have to create a scene that immediately sets the switch off? (which seems very weird)

I have tried with the momentary switch parameter on the configuration pane, but it is doing the same if I turn it on; the switch stays closed until I manually turn it off.

 

Thanks!

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Hello,

 

I have found a way to do the "push button" using the auto-off mode set to 0.1s.
Seems to work as desired, but the status on HC remains ON until I manually turn it off (not happening anything at the FGS side as the relay is already off)

I think it is not technically a problem, but might be confusing


Any other idea?


Thanks a lot!

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