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Somfy curtain motor control



I have just installed a powered curtain track using a Somfy Movelite 35 RTS Electric track. This has a simple mains connection then either a wireless remote or activation via the RJ12 connection:
The RJ12 supports DCT momentary switching - which is how I have it running now. I want to use the FIbaro roller shutter device to add control to my Fibaro Home Centre 2. 
I would like confirmation that I should use the configuration for ‘blinds with built in driver’ as below. My nervousness is that I cannot see any documentation that supports a low voltage momentary output from the FGR-223 roller shutter 3. Can you advise?
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A circuit diagram would help, but based on what you have said, I don't think the roller shutter 3 is the right device. It is designed to control a mains powered AC motor directly...it can measure the motor current and know when the mechanical limits have been reached etc. If you had a low voltage DC motor then the Qubino Shutter DC would be appropriate. 

Because you have dry contacts, I think what you need is a Smart Implant, but you should confirm voltage and current first. If not compatible, then an additional slave relay would be needed as well.

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