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Walli switch double


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walli switch is it possible without connecting the blue zero (Schedule if someone has one please).

I don't have a ZERO blue wire and I can't pull it either

 

Mario

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  • that is very stupid because most houses in the Netherlands are switches without Zero blue wire

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    @mariokk, Walli switches are classic relay type devices. For switching that do not require neutral wire, you would need something based on TRIAC or MOSFET.

     

    Maybe Dimmers would be an option for you. They do not require neutral. If I add my 2 cents for Czech republic, in past there were 2-wire installation, but today all electrical retrofits and new installation are 3-wire and in Czech it is standardized now.

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  • yes I can use a dimmer but have 1 flush-mounted box and not 2.
    i need 2 channels

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  • You mean a controller and control 2 dimmers on 2 channels underneath it.
    That costs almost double and has no mechanical switch.
    If the fibaro fails, you can no longer operate it

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