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Fibaro dimmer 2 - Use second input to control other fibaro 2 dimmer.



Hi all!


I got a new house that needs full renovation. My plan is to have dimmable spots in the ceiling and to control this via a fibaro dimmer 2.  


Within the fibaro 2 there is a possibility for a second input. Is it possible to link a 2x2 pulse jung switch to it (e.g. https://www.elektroshop.nl/jung-pulsdrukker-4-voudig-maak.html). Have 1 of the pulse switches connected to the actual dimmer itself and have the second pulse switch connected via the zwave network to another fibaro dimmer 2. 


This will allow me to e.g. turn on the kitchen lights and the dining room lights form both the kitchen as well as the dining room switch. 


Help would be much appreciated!



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I'm not familiar with the jung switch, but if it is a standard electrical push button switch, then yes what you want to do should be possible via either associations or a scene. The dimmer 2 works best with a push button rather than toggle switch.


You'll need a zwave controller as well - use homecentre 2 or 3, to allow you to do the necessary programming.

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