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Smart implant and pressure mat




I have a couple of two wire pressure mats. I've tested their voltage using a multimeter and can see the voltage decrease as pressure is applied. Has anyone been able to hook up the smart implant to a pressure mat successfully? I've tried running one of the cables into the gnd and another into input1, but nothing ever registers. Anyone else had more luck?

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@IamallyniamHello and welcome to the community


Did you make the configuration for the IN1 / IN2? Look below

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  • Sorry I should have added that I'm installing it with smartthings, it could be a device driver issue.

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    Sorry, I don't know how to setup the smart implant with the smarthings system

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    I don't know how exactly the parameters are defined for your system, you will find out. You must configure parameter 20, see manual.


    Input 1 - operating mode:
    This parameter allows to choose mode of 1st input (IN1). Change it
    depending on the connected device.
    Parameter size 1B
    Default value 2 (monostable button)
    0 – Normally closed alarm input (Notification)
    1 – Normally open alarm input (Notification)
    2 – Monostable button (Central Scene)
    3 – Bistable button (Central Scene)
    4 – Analog input without inter-
    nal pull-up (Sensor Multilevel)
    5 – Analog input with internal pull-
    up (Sensor Multilevel)

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