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Separate sensing from controlling



Hello everyone,


I'm considering to use a Fibaro FSG-213 in combination with a wired PIR sensor and Home Assistant. The PIR sensor would be wired as switch and the Home Assistant would be configured to control the light. See

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for another description and a wire diagram. The special aspect is that the switch should not switch the light on when motion is detected but leave decision to Home Assistant.


Is that a possibility? If so, how should I configure the switch?


Thanks in advance!


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Looking at the manual, I think this should be possible if you connect the pir switch output to S2. Change parameter 29 to 1 to allow a scene to be triggered. No need to connect anything to S1. 


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