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Walli Switch association to Single Relay


Mazmart
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Hi, 

 

I need to know if this is possible before ordering devices. 

I have a Walli Switch (in single mode but that is not relevant right now, but it would be switched to double when done)
I want to buy a single relay that would be associated to the second channel of the walli switch and react to long press.

 

I need the output of single relay to work as a push button so when i press and hold the walli switch it will keep holding the output on the relay, when i release the button it will release also the relay.

 

Is this possible? In theory all i need to do is create an association from Endpoint2, Group2 of walli, to endpoint 1 group 1 on relay. True?

 

Thanks

 

EDIT:

Broswing manuals.fibaro.com I discovered there are 2 products which i never realized Single Switch and Single Relay Switch. I yet have no idea how they are different but The question above may apply to either of these so it is still relevant it just might mention wrong device. Bear in mind I already have the walli switch and i am looking for the second device to associate it to.

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