C-bus beginner, new home install

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by Dave_F, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. Dave_F

    Dave_F

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    Hi Chromus,

    Did you do the install yourself, I’m heading home to do the final wiring next week and then it will be time to get the inspector out. Hopefully soon after that I can start basic commissioning. I just need to get it working before I get too in depth.

    You’re welcome to come have a look sometime if you want.
     

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    I install the hardware to the boards but have a subby to wire it after I thoroughly label each and every wire and list where I want it connected. I'm currently banking my head against a clients SHAC and a welcome distraction would be coming and seeing your gear.

    I can probably point you at some fun logic stuff that will polish the install.

    Send me a PM with contact details.


    Side note -> Don't forget that you haven't connected the LAN port of the SHAC, get that run in PINK cable to you LAN panel. For a bunch of reasons I recommended my client put his in his LAN cupboard rather than CBUS panel.
     
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    Hi Chromus,

    Sorry, I'm away at work now but will let you know when I'm home. The electrical inspector said to run it in blue but put it in some small corri.

    My wife has been switching some of the things that I haven't yet programmed via the relay buttons. In particular, the blinds. For some reason the blinds have stopped responding to the button on the shutter relay. Any Idea why that might have happened?
     
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