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Connect BXS-RAM Optex dual curtain sensor through fibaro FGBS-222 Z wave to Homey Pro


ricox

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Hi,
I want to connect a BXS-RAM Optex dual curtain sensor through fibaro FGBS-222 Zwave to an Homey pro. Anyone knows if that works properly ? many thanks

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1) Hello... in the Say Hello section

2) When you ask about FGBS-222, why don't you write it in the SmartImplant section?

3) why shouldn't it work???... you even have pointers connected directly in the manual.

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  • On 6/30/2023 at 9:12 PM, Martin_N said:

    1) Hello... in the Say Hello section

    2) When you ask about FGBS-222, why don't you write it in the SmartImplant section?

    3) why shouldn't it work???... you even have pointers connected directly in the manual.

    Thks Martin. New

    to the forum so not mastering all ruls...So understand it should work. Will order and test.

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    @ricox

    Hi, .. cool. It is forum, ask and you will be answered :)

    I still have such a question to use. Since it's a battery detector.
    Connecting the smartimplant is on the classic alarm/fault contacts as it is in the way.
    But if you only ask battery operation, Smartimplant cannot work on a 3V battery that is part of the detector. It is low and even if it had enough voltage, it would soon be discharged.
    By solving it is an internal transmitted primo optex and on the side of the reception is only connected to the smartimplant, or to secure permanently for the Smartimplant.

     

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    @ricox

    Hello, I'm proud of the solution. it will surely help others. Do you have a pure battery detector or a wired one? Where do you get your power from?

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