|Product Dimensions||4.25 x 3.8 x 2 cm; 20 Grams|
|Item Model Number||FGS-223 ZW5|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||User Manual, Double Switch 2|
|Item Weight||20 g|
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|Price:||+ $7.38 Delivery|
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||42 x 38 x 20 millimetres|
About this item
- Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller
- Supports protected mode (Z-Wave network security mode) with AES-128 encryption
- Advanced microprocessor control
- Active power and energy metering functionality
- Works with various types of switches – momentary, toggle, three-way, etc.
- To be installed in wall switch boxes of dimensions allowing for installation, conforming to provisions of applicable regulations
- FIBARO Double Switch 2 is also an extension unit
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The remotely operated FIBARO Double Switch 2 is designed to turn two electrical devices on and off and to measure their power and energy consumption. The compact size of the device makes it the world's smallest of its type and allows for the product to be installed in wall switch boxes or housings. FIBARO Double Switch 2 can be controlled either via Z-Wave network or with a wall switch through a direct connection.
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The units are very compact, but difficult to squeeze inside most back boxes. In most cases, I fitted them into the hollow wall adjacent to the switch. On one circuit, I fitted it into the ceiling near to the light fitting.
They are not difficult to wire up if you have experience with electrics. The terminals are small, but sufficient. These work best with permanent live and neutral supplies. If you don't have neutral to the switch, I believe you can wire the Sx terminal to the neutral terminal. In my case, I wired them up as:
- L: Permanent live
- N: Neutral
- S1: First switch (L1)
- S2: Second switch (L1)
- Q1: First switched live
- Q2: Second switched live
I combined these units with momentary switches, which allow me to turn the lights on/off by pressing and releasing.
Most importantly, these connect to Smartthings hub, which allows me to control the lights on the app, Alexa, IFTTT and most other services. Connecting these to Smartthings took a few seconds by pressing the switch three times in quick succession.
I have created automated routines to turn lights on at sunset and off at 10pm, as well as linking lights together so my Hue lightstrips also turn on at the lightswitch. All of these routines have worked flawlessly.
These aren't cheap, but they're worth the money to be able to have smart lighting throughout.
These things are tiny & assuming you have a neutral available are designed to be fitted behind your switch. It was quite a struggle to get this to fit due to it being a two channel switch so obviously there were more cables in the switch box than standard.
Once connected up it paired to the smart things hub ok but only as a single channel device. A new device handler had to be installed on the smart things IDE to make it be recognised as a two channel device but once done it works great. I have it installed behind my main bathroom/landing light switch & can now control both circuits from my phone, panel, Alexa act.
A bit of a faf to set up compared to the aeotec modules but, as stated this one is a two channel device in one module. I will defiantly be purchasing more.
So versatile, good z-wave mesh range, quiet functioning, easy to install and easy to include.
I have these all over my house automating all of my lights, my underfloor heating and a few other switches.