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  • nl_user
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    Still did not solve this. After one time pushing the doorbell button it stays at the one received update and no new update is registered. So what parameter to use to get update every-time the button has been pushed? I tried to have a reset or so on the button (switch) part of the devices listed but that did not help me.
    This is the manual https://manuals.fibaro.com/content/m...-EN-T-v1.0.pdf
    Would be nice if someone can help me out with this...

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  • nl_user
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    Any thoughts / advise on this?

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  • nl_user
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    This is driving me ... After thinking it worked. It is not. Is anyone using this device for the same purpose and has it working? Maybe willing to share the right settings? I first thought the device needed a reset after the bell-button was pressed (switch 5 stayed on). That did not help much. After the initial time the bell was pressed, nothing is triggered again. So some of the setting stays in its pressed state and never gets renewed - refreshed/ or returns to its initial state. So how to get this going the right way?

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  • nl_user
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    After updating Hs3 to the latest version and having the updated z-wave core plugin installed I now have all 17 devices. After fiddling around with the device settings (parameter 20=2 and parameter 40=1 it seems to work now. First had parameter 40=8 but that resulted in getting an update every minute or so, triggering the event continuously.

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  • nl_user
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    ​I have my doorbell connected to the smart implant as mentioned in the previous posts here. Thinking I had it working after a while it seems that it is not working as intended. The big problem is that the Implant only updates ones after the doorbell has been pushed. See image (central scene).
    How can I also have the next one pushing the bell switch noticed and updated by the implant?

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    and created an event. Or should I use Key held down?
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  • Pocster
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    Originally posted by Alex_W View Post
    If your doorbell is 12vdc the installation is simpler. You'll need a DPDT relay with a 12vdc coil. The relay you have has a 6vdc coil and is SPDT. Just insert the relay coil into the circuit in place of the bell, supply voltage to the bell through one set of Normally Open relay contacts and connect the other set of Normally Open contacts to IN1 and COM on the Implant.

    When you push the button the relay activates and one set of contacts rings the bell while the other set activates IN1 on the implant.
    Thanks. 12v DPDT relay ordered

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  • Alex_W
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    If your doorbell is 12vdc the installation is simpler. You'll need a DPDT relay with a 12vdc coil. The relay you have has a 6vdc coil and is SPDT. Just insert the relay coil into the circuit in place of the bell, supply voltage to the bell through one set of Normally Open relay contacts and connect the other set of Normally Open contacts to IN1 and COM on the Implant.

    When you push the button the relay activates and one set of contacts rings the bell while the other set activates IN1 on the implant.

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  • Pocster
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    Funnily enough I just got a relay . Not sure it’s right for the job though ....

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  • Pocster
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    Originally posted by Alex_W View Post
    Is the doorbell is 12vac (not 12vdc)?

    Add a relay as shown above and it should work just fine. Follow my original diagram if you get a more basic relay without a VCC input.
    Thanks. It's 12v dc

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  • Alex_W
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    Is the doorbell is 12vac (not 12vdc)?

    Add a relay as shown above and it should work just fine. Follow my original diagram if you get a more basic relay without a VCC input.

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  • Pocster
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    Hi

    Sorry to bump this - hoping someone can help.
    Want to do a simple doorbell and have the implant just report when the button is pushed .
    Door button has a 12v supply . It’s led lit . So drops to 0v when pushed . Easy I thought !
    implant powered off its own supply . In1 is connected to - on door button . My assumption when button pressed implant will register a change .
    But nothing . Getting in1 to touch implant ground causes a trigger . So I’m confused what and how I wire to get this to work as in1 must be dry .
    I’m sure it’s simple - but I just don’t get it !
    Any help appreciated

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  • Alex_W
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    I'm glad to hear that you've got it working. I don't own a Fibaro Implant so I won't be much help with the programming. I would assume that what your asking about is possible as it seems to me that that is the sort of the the Implant was designed to do.

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  • nl_user
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    Today found some time to wire it up again. And guess what? It is working now. Still with some questions left dough.

    This is what the device looks like in Hs3: For now the only parameter which is used is the Central scene. Having that in an event works fine. So what purposes do the other parameters have? Temp reading, and what else?

    Would be nice if I could use the switch, to switch the doorbell on or off (start it ringing if possible) or just turn it of or on.

    Would it also possible connecting a magnetic reed switch to it? To detect if the door is opened.

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  • nl_user
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    Ok thanks a lot guys. I will give it a try tomorrow. Let you know how it turns out.

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  • Alex_W
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    Originally posted by enigmatheatre View Post

    Correct I believe the Input is the trigger for the relay and the VCC is the 12 input to power the relay.

    I hope Alex_W does not mind me helping and using his diagram!

    This might help.

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    Right you are. My eyes just aren't what they used to be. This relay board requires constant power at VCC. Power ground and input ground can be "jumpered" and connected to power supply negative. The button will connect to power supply positive and control input.

    To sum it up:

    The POSITIVE 12VDC wire from the power supply connects to the VCC INPUT on the relay AND to the PWR INPUT on the Implant AND to one wire on the button.

    The other wire on the button connects to the SIGNAL INPUT on the relay.

    The NEGATIVE wire from the power supply connect to BOTH GROUND INPUTS on the relay and the GROUND INPUT on the Implant.

    One set of NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTS connect to INPUT 1/GROUND on the Implant.

    The other set of NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTS connect to the BELL CIRCUIT.

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