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  • in reply to: New App!!!! #15389
     The Twiga says:

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    Daz003 – I don’t get the message but do get a substantial delay of up to 25 seconds.

    I don’t have heating controls and have no plans to get any.

    in reply to: Can the 2-Way Dimmer be connected to the light itself? #14934
     The Twiga says:

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    I agree. I found using the wireless switch to be more reliable and versatile.
    It is available as a one-gang. See jsjslw 205 or 201.

    in reply to: LED Driver and Kits #14790
     The Twiga says:

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    Sorry – didn’t see The post from StalkS above. What I find confusing is the difference between the models JSLW571 to 576. I am looking to control a single colour led strip with 230V input.
    Rob

    in reply to: LED Driver and Kits #14789
     The Twiga says:

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    I see that cableintelligence.co.uk seem to be selling these although I haven’t tried to buy any yet.
    Rob

    in reply to: Colour Changing LED Drivers #14787
     The Twiga says:

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    This looks like just the thing I’m looking for. I want to dim a single colour (blue) led strip. Presumably I could just ignore any colour changing ability? Anybody done this?
    Rob

    in reply to: Using Relays #14783
     The Twiga says:

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    I assume you are talking about the LW830 which I believe has dry contacts so you should be fine. The reference to the resistive load of 3KW is just the rating. You would need to derate that for inductive loads but unless you have a colossal amount of lights I don’t see a problem.
    Rob

    in reply to: Loud Buzzing When Dimming #14302
     The Twiga says:

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    Assuming these bulbs are LWRF compatible and dimmable, it sounds like a minimum load problem rather than a maximum load one. But with 6 or 7 bulbs I would have thought that would be OK. You may need to have one halogen for a small resistive load, or perhaps a dummy load – Google ‘Resloade’.

    in reply to: New LightwaveRF Link #14140
     The Twiga says:

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    Neil,
    Thanks for your very interesting response – I’ll look into it.
    Robert

    in reply to: New LightwaveRF Link #14138
     The Twiga says:

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    Hi skiv71,

    No, I haven’t looked into Z-Wave yet but it is a possibility. I was hoping feedback was in the cards for LWRF. Thanks for the info.

    Robert

    in reply to: New LightwaveRF Link #14136
     The Twiga says:

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    kerbys,

    I too would like to see feedback. As a convert from X10 some feedback to the app about the status of lights, sockets, etc. would be welcome. If I use the app when away from home I have no idea whether my command got through to the device.

    in reply to: First fix requirements? #14110
     The Twiga says:

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    As a suggestion, make sure all your switch boxes are deep ones and run a neutral into them even if not required at the moment – a bit of future-proofing. It’s no fun trying to retrofit these.

    in reply to: JSJS LW300/301 Min Wattage #14105
     The Twiga says:

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    I hope the new dimmer switches will have a lower minimum load. 40 Watts is quite a lot with LED bulbs.
    In the meantime it’s frustrating that I can’t get any dimmer switches of any model. My query to LWRF goes unanswered…

    in reply to: On/Off light switches #13952
     The Twiga says:

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    Is there any likelihood of JSJS coming up with a switch for non-dimmable bulbs with a minimum load less than 40 Watts?

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