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Where to install single switch 2



Hi. I want to control lights with single 2 switch, but I have no room for it under the wall switch. The installation box is too shallow and full of cables.

Are there other options? Can I install those switches in electrical switchboard far away from the wall switches on a DIN rail maybe? 



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@durino13Hi, the wires should'nt be longer than 10m.


Another possibility is to use the walli switch

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I've installed a bank of Fibaro dimmers in a DIN rail switchboard. Search for Eutonomy and Haseman who make those enclosures. Note that this is a great option for new builds, but requires additional wiring to the switch board which can be tricky in existing homes, depending on how much access you have.

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