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wall switch with led


flamast3r
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Hi,

 

I have problem with my double switch 2. I connect him with wall switch with led diod (this diod help to find the switch in night), when i click the button 1 on switch which is connected to S1 in double switch - nothing happens (no change state on web). From web everything working. In my opinion problem is with all the time low power on the S1. Can change some param to ignore low power? or i need to change my wall switch to the switch w/o led....

 

Best regards,

Artur

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Hi there

All modules regardless of the manufacturer have this problem.
The inputs are very sensitive so the indicator lights that are attached above the switching contact fool the input that the contact is closed.
I modified my indicator lights so that they can be connected to the output of the module.
But that's not for the normal user!
Please ask someone who is electrically savvy and likes to do handicrafts.
Otherwise you have no choice but to remove the indicator light.
I advise against other solutions (load the entrance) for reasons of energy waste and fire protection.
Greetings from Germany / Sauerland
Frank

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