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One RS 3 for 3 blinds ?


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Hello,
I'll change 3 blinds next week. I would like to know if I need 3 RS3 or one can control all the blinds. All blinds are connected to one alimentation up/down.

Thanks for answer.

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Hi @poseidon,

 

You need 1 RS3 for 1 blind, so you need 3 of them.

 

In regards of physicall button you can install one under the physical button and make associations to other RS3.

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    Thanks @jakub.jezek !
    But I'm a newbie with Fibaro. Can you tell me where to put the 3 RS3 and how to make there association ? Thanks.

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    @poseidon,

     

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    Put one RS3 behind wall switch, so you can control blinds with one switch. Other you can put behind other wall switches, if you have them, or to blind motors.

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    But what about Q1 and Q2 terminals? Can't you use S1 and S2 for one blind and Q1 and Q2 for other blind if the only movement is up and down?

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