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Fibaro FGS 214 opening and closing garage door


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Hi i am trying to control my garage door with the fgs 214 single smart module, i am using a 24v input connected + to "L" and "IN" and the - from the adapter to N. since i have a hormann supramatic garage door its possible to connect a push buttons switch ( + & - contact ) the pushwire +wire from the hormann i connected to "Q" and the - to N from the adapter. 

 

but i am stuck and its not working - anyone knows how to configure this, i also tried below figures didnt work either.

 

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Good Morning

If I look at the picture, it is so that you can do several things with 2 wires.
1. Open and close the garage door
2. Lights on and off
3. Lock everything
If I interpret that correctly.
This indicates a coding because otherwise something like that does not work with 2 wires.
It could be resistance coding or frequency superposition.
But you picked a strange thing.
The manufacturer wants to save money and earn as much as possible by selling accessories.
Without the internal circuitry of the "PB3", "IT3b", "IT1b" you will not be able to do anything.
The pretense of a normal button in Figure 12 is very misleading.
The connections on the other connection pictures say something completely different.
You will probably have to call support or examine the accessories that are probably supplied (dismantling).
Without specialist knowledge you will not get any further.
Greetings Frank

 

Guten Morgen

Wenn ich mir das Bild mal ansehe, so ist es so, das du mit 2 Drähten mehrere Sachen machen kannst.
1. Garagentor auf und zu
2. Licht an und aus
3. Alles verriegeln
Wenn ich das mal richtig interpretiere.
Das Deutet auf eine Kodierung hin denn sonst geht so etwas nicht mit 2 Drähten.
Es könnte eine Widerstandskodierung sein oder eine Frequenzüberlagerung.
Da hast du dir aber eine komische Sache ausgesucht.
Der Hersteller möchte Geld sparen und möglichst viel verdienen durch den Verkauf von Zubehör Teilen.
Ohne die Innenbeschaltung der "PB3","IT3b","IT1b" wirst du da schlecht was machen können.
Das vorgaukeln eines Normalen Tasters Bild 12 ist da sehr Irreführend.
Die Anschlüße auf den Andern Anschlussbilders sagen da etwas völlig anderes.
Da wirst du wohl mal beim Support anrufen müssen oder das vermutlich mitgelieferte Zubehör untersuchen müssen (Zerlegen).
Ohne Fachkentnisse wirst du da nicht weiter kommen.
Gruß Frank

 

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  • So what i tried is all these scenarios, anyone has any clue ? accoording to Hormann a simple switch can operate this door using the inputs hence i cant believe i cant use the smart moduel FGS-214

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  • 5 hours ago, FBerges said:

    Good Morning

    If I look at the picture, it is so that you can do several things with 2 wires.
    1. Open and close the garage door
    2. Lights on and off
    3. Lock everything
    If I interpret that correctly.
    This indicates a coding because otherwise something like that does not work with 2 wires.
    It could be resistance coding or frequency superposition.
    But you picked a strange thing.
    The manufacturer wants to save money and earn as much as possible by selling accessories.
    Without the internal circuitry of the "PB3", "IT3b", "IT1b" you will not be able to do anything.
    The pretense of a normal button in Figure 12 is very misleading.
    The connections on the other connection pictures say something completely different.
    You will probably have to call support or examine the accessories that are probably supplied (dismantling).
    Without specialist knowledge you will not get any further.
    Greetings Frank

     

    Guten Morgen

    Wenn ich mir das Bild mal ansehe, so ist es so, das du mit 2 Drähten mehrere Sachen machen kannst.
    1. Garagentor auf und zu
    2. Licht an und aus
    3. Alles verriegeln
    Wenn ich das mal richtig interpretiere.
    Das Deutet auf eine Kodierung hin denn sonst geht so etwas nicht mit 2 Drähten.
    Es könnte eine Widerstandskodierung sein oder eine Frequenzüberlagerung.
    Da hast du dir aber eine komische Sache ausgesucht.
    Der Hersteller möchte Geld sparen und möglichst viel verdienen durch den Verkauf von Zubehör Teilen.
    Ohne die Innenbeschaltung der "PB3","IT3b","IT1b" wirst du da schlecht was machen können.
    Das vorgaukeln eines Normalen Tasters Bild 12 ist da sehr Irreführend.
    Die Anschlüße auf den Andern Anschlussbilders sagen da etwas völlig anderes.
    Da wirst du wohl mal beim Support anrufen müssen oder das vermutlich mitgelieferte Zubehör untersuchen müssen (Zerlegen).
    Ohne Fachkentnisse wirst du da nicht weiter kommen.
    Gruß Frank

     

    I see what you mean now ... : (

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    No no !!
    That only makes a short circuit, to explain that you need some specialist knowledge.
    So it would be possible.
    But without a circuit diagram of the device, that's just a guess.
    Better ask a specialist on site who will take a look at it.
    This requires a little more knowledge than hobbyist knowledge.

     

    Send me the manual as a pdf, I'll have a look at it.

     

    Greetings Frank

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    I use the same wiring for my Hormann garagedoor and an older type Fibaro relay switch. ( FGS 212 )

    It's working fine. I used the (dutch) description on the Robbshop site. See

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    Important was to set the module in pulse mode. For me that was to set parameter 4 to 1 sec pulse time.

     

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    Good Morning

    The one-wire interface only confused me; you could think so on the pictures taken from the context.
    So it has to go like that in the article by @Alex de Bruin.
    Just like that !
    Greetings Frank

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  • great thanks all, it worked, 24v to plus and N and Q to the red connector and IN to the black connector in the Hormann.

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