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Ok so I bought Smart implant, to be able to drive my gas boiler, when there is requirement for heat.
As a concept everything works fine. The FGT controlers, ask the switch in Smart module to turn on when heat is required.
Problem is that on my Viessmann Vitodens 100 there is 2 pole contact that needs to be closed to let the heater to work.
Till now I have some simple room thermostat and this does the job.
Fibaro was suppose to be replacement (more inteligent).
Problem is - that on this contacts I have 220V... No big deal for standard relay but for Smart implant a big one...
I tested the output from Smart implant with multimeter. Works fine.
But when I connected the boiler contact to the Smart module the boiler works regardles of the Smart module output state.
Only then I saw in manual that max voltage for output is 30 V.... So what do I do ??
Any ideas how to solve this ?
I have to mention I'm being a bit dissapointed... Implant is advertised as a ultimate solution for all old, 'not smart' equipment...
But a lot of such devices has simple on/off buttons, drived by mains power 110/220V and for those - Implant is unusable... How one should tell if some fan, heater, radio, garage gate are driven by mains power or by special low voltage circuit ?Edited by Staszek.S
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