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      • This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by xxxxxx.
      sinn3rsinn3r
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        If it’s not a cable problem then I fear the device is defect.
        Programming the physical address should always work.

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            • This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by xxxxxx.
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              A bistable relais doesn’t need power to hold its state, monostable do. And some of them will even get the power from the limited bus supply.
              Also monostable relais will flicker on bus- or power reset or even not switch to the last state. So NO to switching actuators with monostable relais.
              Most blind/curtain actuators do have monostable relais, but they need power only for a short time. So this will not be a problem.

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                • This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by xxxxxx.
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                  If you switch power to a light or wall socket this should only be implemented with a bistable relais. Use the monostable relais actuators for your window blinds/shutters. Shutters/blinds actuators only turn on the relais when they are moving, this is what I meant with “a short time”, so it’s OK to have a monostable relais here.
                  Universal actuators (that can be used in switching or shutter mode) have bistable releais (or should have at least).

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