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ir sweep sensor 220v


haragiro

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Hi, i need integrate fibaro rgbw controller to existing led driver with ir sweep sensor. thanks for understanding

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Hello. Your request is quite brief. Not quite sure what you really want? Is the led belt white or colored?
So I will consider the following scenario:
I had an LED belt that only white.
You want to control the LED belt with the built-in touch sensor, but also from Fibaro. You have an RGBW module from Fibaro ready for this.
You have to fulfill two conditions
1) Permanently powered RGBW Fibaro module
2) permanently powered sensor
Therefore, connect the entire circuit so that the sensor (its power supply unit) is permanently powered by 230VAC and disconnect the power supply for the belt from its output.
Instead of the power source for the belt, connect the 230V relay to the power supply unit of the sensor. Connect its output contacts (galvanically separated) to the RGBW module on the input terminals.
Source for LED connection directly to 230VAC. Connect the output of the 12VDC LED source to permanently power the RGBW module.
The led strip will then be connected to the output of the RGBW module.

 

The goal is then this functionality:
You activate the sensor, it turns on the output of the control unit and the relay clicks. This relay will give an impulse to the input of the RGBW module on the first channel. The first output channel closes and you the Led belt lights up.

 

In case you have an RGBW strip, connect it completely to the RGBW module, which gives you the possibility to control the colors from the application or scenes.
You then set the input on the module to switch the scene, which you define to switch the color combination of the tape.

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  • 8 hours ago, Martin_N said:

    Therefore

    I have only white led strip. Yes i need control it from fibaro smart home and also directly from sensor.

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    You scare me.
    You probably don't even know what you're doing. Better leave it to an expert. You will be working with a dangerous voltage of 230VAC!
    Of course, the output of the source is red + and black -
    Some sources have an output of only black wires with dashes indicating polarity.
    It is better to check with a voltmeter.
    Black - connects to GND.
    It is common practice to refer to negative potential as GND in circuits...

    Note for roaches there are circuits that have positive potential, zero = gnd and negative potential (for example +12v, 0, -12V).

    Note on the original scheme, I used the manufacturer's colors. They correspond to English standards, where the zero potential is white and it is drawn on a white background :)

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    I updated the wire colors for CR/SK/...

     

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    And one more addition...
    In the colors of the conductors, there is a nice HOCKEY all over the world.


    For example:

     

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    So I also got the colors wrong and instead of English Standard it is for Canada. England has/had Red L and Black N.
    And I see that even the manufacturer does not have a correctly drawn color variant.
    There is never red on the center wire (zero) on the power section.

    And speaking of colors, the same HOCKEY is color coding in DC circuits, but that's a different category.

     

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    And one more thing:
    For correct functionality, do not forget to set the parameters correctly.
    You need to transfer the control to the scene, because with the original control, permanent switching would result in a change in the intensity of the dimmer.

     

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    In CZ: hodně zdaru a hlavně opatrně s 230VAC :)

     

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  • Skusim po nasom, kedze vidim ze si bracha z ciech :).Dosiel som sem, ze mozem uz v systeme ovladat led pas cez fibaro on/off, stmievat -parada. Neviem jak ale poriesit ten input 1 aby mi fungoval ten senzor. Teraz to mam tak ze mi to prerusi(vypne) cely obvod:(dik

     

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    Prostě odpojíš zdroj od výstupu ovladče a zapojíš jej paralelně na L a N. Na výstup ovladače přidej relé podle obrázku.

    Jeho kontakty potom pripoj na In1 a GND. Nastav parametry dle popisu.

    RGBW2 modul musí být pod trvalým napájení, aby to fungovalo správně.

    A z fotky není vůbec poznat, jak je to celé zapojené.

     

    Disconnect the power supply from the controller output.
    Connect the power source in parallel to L and N together with the controller.
    Add a relay to the output of the controller as shown in the picture.
    Then connect its contacts to In1 and GND. Set the parameters as described.

    The RGBW2 module must be permanently powered for this to work properly.

     

    eM.

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  • presne nemam ten controller trvale pod prudom...Bohuzial neviem vobec podla tvojich instrukcii ako dalej:(

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    If you can't connect the circuit according to the drawing, really leave it to someone more experienced, preferably with an electrical qualification!
    If you're going to try it, get a relay and connect it to the circuit according to the drawing. A1 and A2 are the terminals of the relay coil.
    You can buy it here:

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      for that buy this:

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    or better for your purpose:

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    And a note:
    Write in English... and other forum users can also use the information.

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    Oh, I just noticed you have RGBW and not RGBW2.
    For your module, it is parameter 14. look in the manual.

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    I used the manufacturer's colors. They correspond to English standards, where the zero potential is white and it is drawn on a white background :)

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    Haha.. so the null (zero) potential is drawn white on a white background?... so it is not actually connected (the wire cannot be seen = the wire is not there) :)

     

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