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How to connect Single Switch HomeKit (FGBHS-213) to replace Finder relay


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Hi everybody, I’m trying to install Single Switch HomeKit (FGBHS-213) to replace a Finder 26.01 relay. I know that this in totally possible with the 223 models, do someone know if this is possible with the HomeKit version? 
 

Basically if I’ve understood right I need to wire as attached schema, but I’m not sure could be possible. 

 

 

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  • Mfcava changed the title to How to connect Single Switch HomeKit (FGBHS-213) to replace Finder relay

Physically, there is no difference between the two switches, they are connected in the same way.

The only difference between them is the protocol they use to talk to their controller.

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    I think that despite my understanding installation is not possible.
    Actual wiring is as described in this picture… and I’ve probably have issues with neutral.

     

    I’ve tried wiring as follow: 

    • 2 in Q
    • A2 in N
    • 1 in L
    • A1 in S1

    If I also bridge N with Q Fibaro got power but bulbs flash and lights only stay on for a second.

     

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    Your connection should work.
    Also check that you have configured the switch correctly (toggle or momentary).

     

    1. Type of connected switch
    This parameter allows to select type of wall switch connected to the device.

    Default setting: 1 - toggle - synced with state

    Available settings:
    0 - momentary
    1 - toggle - synced with state (contact closed - ON, contact opened - OFF)
    2 - toggle - switch on change (device changes status when switch changes status)

     

     

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