RobbSmarrt Rotary dimmer Z-Wave 2-wire
With this rotary dimmer you can control a lamp remotely. You can determine the dimming level and of course switch it on or off.
Because you replace your existing switch, you can also operate it manually. This increases the WAF and is nice if your controller does not work for a while. You can also operate this by turning the knob. You then determine the dimming level and when you press it you turn it off.
The connection can be done using a 2 or 3 wire method, so without a blue wire and with a blue wire. A schedule is included so this should speak for itself. The dimmer is 35mm deep, making installation in a 40mm box quite a bit tight. So make sure you either have a deeper box or you don't have too many extra wires.
With the dimmer you get the option of an energy measurement. You can see the total consumption and current consumption.
The lamps we tested all work fine and we ran into no problems here. You can also connect LED, halogen and incandescent lamps. The maximum power is 300W for the first 2 and 600W for the last.
So looking have you used to a rotary dimmer? And if you want to make it smart, the RobbSmarrt rotary dimmer is your turning gauge.
Works both 2 and 3 wire
Fits in Gira System55 and Busch & Jaeger material
35mm installation depth
No connection for a hotel switch
Have some patience with adding
Homey, Firmware 4.0, APP: 1.3.3
ZipaTile, firmware 1.1.38
Fibaro HC2, firmware 4.170
Vera Plus, firmware 1.7.2414
Domoticz, firmware 4.10717
HASS, firmware 0.98.2
Table of content
- Zipato (ZipaTile/ZipaBox)
- Fibaro Home Center 2
- Vera (Plus/Edge)
- Conclusion Domoticz: This dimmer works fine. As usual with Domoticz, it is a bit of a search to determine which endpoints you have to switch on to make the right devices visible.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Lamp test