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Fibaro Dimmer 2 FGD-212

Fibaro Dimmer 2 FGD-212

  • Communication protocol: Z-Wave, Z-Wave Plus
  • Type: Dimmer for fixed installation
  • Max range: 50 m
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2 years ago
Excellent! Simple but full with settings and possibilities

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4 years ago*
Very pleased with these. Fantastic much better than Nexa AD146 Edit: Carries a star because they are unable to drive lower loads (3 pcs 5W led spot) without a rather expensive (and current) resistance and because I'd like to fade even lower.
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
Has impressive many features / settings. You can easily insert one into a box, but two are almost impossible (good with a variant that can control two different lights). Note that with LED lights, it may be a bit strange with these: if the load is too low, the lights can constantly fade up and down / put on and off themselves. There is an additional module that will solve this but I have not tested it yet (the dimmer requires 50W + according to spec which is difficult to reach with LEDs). But even if you have 50W + it can be strange if you use different types of LEDs on the same dimmer. I mixed IKEA and Philips LEDs and could not. It did not even work with new and old IKEA LEDs, had to buy exactly the same variety for everyone on every dimmer. One may hope they release an LED dimmer soon because it feels a bit silly with only 50-250W when there is a layer of LED in the EU.
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
Which lift from my 433mhz products from nexa!
*Edited 3 years

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4 years ago*
Problem with auto identification of the load. Has LED spotlights connected. Have also bought an additional module for LED but it did not help. It seems that it does not think my load is dimmable even though it is. Will try to change this manually. Neither did the consumption measurement work with OpenHab2. Edit 2017-08-27 Has now solved all problems. It turned out to be the load that was the problem. Had two LED drivers connected with different loads. It did not like auto-calibration. The consumption meter does not seem to work any further with Openhab2. Shows correctly in HabMIN but not in other panels.
*Edited 4 years

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4 years ago*
Do it in my 2-wire system. Nice with energy measurement.
*Edited 4 years

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4 years ago*
Small and simple to connect, they can fit in the junction box behind the switch. Can forward / bakkantsdimring. have synced up against my ZNet little v2 without problems. Tip: use tretrådsinkopling. First I tested with two-wire a few where there were three forward stroke. This worked so-so on the LED display, the load was well too low. There, I drew up an extra leader until the neutral, then it worked fine. The only negative is that they only manage 250w, running is not LED, it can be a problem in large chandeliers.
*Edited 4 years

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