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I'm in the process of wiring an extension for a spare bedroom and have a situation where I have 3 way light switching. I'm wiring with the Walli switches in mind, but trying to understand if, in a 3-way switching setup, I can install 3 Walli switches in the 3-way switching setup, or if only 1 is permissable / possible, and the other 2 switches must be "non-intelligent" / normal switches. I'm fully aware of how to wire a normal 3-way switch setup using standard household switches, but am a bit lost if I want all the switches to be Walli ones
The wiring diagram in the Walli Switch manual for 3-way switching shows the following:
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Although the diagram is clear, it doesn't really show if switches 2 and 3 can also be Walli switches or not.
Anyone had any experience with this?
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