SHELLY Bypass

 

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What is a Shelly Bypass Used For And Why Do I Need One

With the recent introduction of the Shelly 1L to the Shelly Home Automation range you may have noticed an add-on that is available specifically with the Shelly 1L called a Shelly Bypass. We sell the Shelly Bypass in the store as a standalone product or as an add-on with any Shelly 1L or Shelly Dimmer 2 devices but what actually are they and do you need one

The great thing with both the Shelly 1L and Shelly Dimmer 2 is they work without the need of a neutral line. That’s great news for us here in Australia if you are wanting to add a Shelly device behind a light switch where typically we do not have a neutral wire.

What is a Shelly Bypass

A Shelly Bypass is required where there is neutral wire and where the power consumption is less than 20 watts. If the load of the light is very low typically LED lights you need to add some form of load thats where the need of a bypass comes in

Rather than turning off the light the Shelly 1L and Shelly Dimmer 2 dim the light so low it stops glowing leaving a very small current flowing through the circuit of the Shelly Device to keep it running even when the light is off.

Do I need a Shelly Bypass

Most LED lightbulbs in Australia are under 20 watts. The Shelly 1L or Dimmer 2 require a minimum load to be able to power the module so if you are below this value then you will need one. 

If you are using the Shelly 1L or the Shelly Dimmer 2 in a place with no neutral wire such as behind a light switch and you live in Australia yes you most likely do.

Where do I install the Shelly Bypass

If you are installing a Shelly Bypass in a lighting circuit in Australia you will need to attach the Shelly Bypass between the Output wire going to the lightbulb and the neutral going to the other side of the lightbulb. It will feel very unnatural to connect the wire this way. Most people in Australia have a ceiling rose or light fitting which allows the space for a Shelly Bypass. They are really small being only 39 mm x 23 mm x 7 mm.

Do I need a Shelly Bypass if I have a Neutral Wire

No you only need a Shelly Bypass where there is no Neutral wire. 

What about Dimmable Loads do I need one to stop lights flickering

Yes if you are using Dimmable LEDs with less than 50 Watts total load they may be subject to flickering especially when dimmed down low. The bypass will stop this flickering. 

If you have a Neutral wire you may wish to consider either the Shelly 1 or the Shelly 1PM unless you need the di

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What is a Shelly Bypass Used For And Why Do I Need One

With the recent introduction of the Shelly 1L to the Shelly Home Automation range you may have noticed an add-on that is available specifically with the Shelly 1L called a Shelly Bypass. We sell the Shelly Bypass in the store as a standalone product or as an add-on with any Shelly 1L or Shelly Dimmer 2 devices but what actually are they and do you need one

The great thing with both the Shelly 1L and Shelly Dimmer 2 is they work without the need of a neutral line. That’s great news for us here in Australia if you are wanting to add a Shelly device behind a light switch where typically we do not have a neutral wire.

What is a Shelly Bypass

A Shelly Bypass is required where there is neutral wire and where the power consumption is less than 20 watts. If the load of the light is very low typically LED lights you need to add some form of load thats where the need of a bypass comes in

Rather than turning off the light the Shelly 1L and Shelly Dimmer 2 dim the light so low it stops glowing leaving a very small current flowing through the circuit of the Shelly Device to keep it running even when the light is off.

Do I need a Shelly Bypass

Most LED lightbulbs in Australia are under 20 watts. The Shelly 1L or Dimmer 2 require a minimum load to be able to power the module so if you are below this value then you will need one. 

If you are using the Shelly 1L or the Shelly Dimmer 2 in a place with no neutral wire such as behind a light switch and you live in Australia yes you most likely do.

Where do I install the Shelly Bypass

If you are installing a Shelly Bypass in a lighting circuit in Australia you will need to attach the Shelly Bypass between the Output wire going to the lightbulb and the neutral going to the other side of the lightbulb. It will feel very unnatural to connect the wire this way. Most people in Australia have a ceiling rose or light fitting which allows the space for a Shelly Bypass. They are really small being only 39 mm x 23 mm x 7 mm.

Do I need a Shelly Bypass if I have a Neutral Wire

No you only need a Shelly Bypass where there is no Neutral wire. 

What about Dimmable Loads do I need one to stop lights flickering

Yes if you are using Dimmable LEDs with less than 50 Watts total load they may be subject to flickering especially when dimmed down low. The bypass will stop this flickering. 

If you have a Neutral wire you may wish to consider either the Shelly 1 or the Shelly 1PM unless you need the di

The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 is a wireless Z-Wave module which can control appliances or lighting up to a maximum load of 2.0kW.
  • Control the ON-OFF function of a circuit remotely or using a wall switch
  • Compatible with all Z-Wave networks
  • Acts as a repeater expanding your Z-Wave network
  • Wide range of compatibility with existing light fittings and does NOT require expensive cabling
  • control loads up to 2kW (8A)
The main differences in the FGS-213 are:
  • Z-Wave Plus certification
  • Has power monitoring
  • 230V powered only (this is the same as the FGS-212)
  • No dry contacts - this is important. It means that the new FGS-213 cannot be used to control low voltage systems such as garden lights and irrigation, or where you want a pure volt-free switch such as alarm panels and garage door controls.
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Product Details

The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 is a smart Z-Wave module capable of remotely operating your existing light fittings. It works with Z-Wave enabled controllers (AUS/NZ version) and can be controlled individually or as part of a group in a pre-configured Scene. The device is designed to operate inside your wall socket and can be easily installed by a qualified electrician. This Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 requires 3-wire (including neutral) installation and works with an AC (110-230V) or DC (24-60V) power supply. The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 also features a secondary switch input which allows it to directly control other associated Z-Wave devices. This means that by turning the switch ON/OFF you can also turn other associated devices ON/OFF even if they are not physically connected to the same Fibaro module. It also enables you to control the local load as part of 2-way and multi-way lighting circuits. This product integrates with all Australian certified (921.42MHz) Z-Wave controllers including:
  • Raspberry PI with RaZberry Card
  • Fibaro Home Controller 2/Lite
  • DHS Z-Wave Universal Remote Controller
  • DHS Z-Wave Mini Remote Controller

Configuring Z-Wave Devices

Z-Wave devices often have several configurable parameters which you can change using your Vera?s user interface. These parameters can include things such as the length of time a Z-Wave siren remains active or the type of manual switch connected to a Z-Wave light controller. Every available configurable parameter is listed in your device?s user manual. In most cases, your device?s default parameters will be suitable to your needs however sometimes it may be necessary to adjust them to optimally use your device. A guide to configuring Z-Wave devices with Vera UI7 is available in the Manuals section. Please check the maximum load before installing or operating. This installation must be done by a certified electrician in Australia and New Zealand. Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide an electrical compliance certificate. For a warranty claim, you have to provide an installation compliance certificate from your electrician.  

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol Z-Wave
RF Frequency 921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z?wave
Z?Wave device type Z-Wave Switch, Routing Slave
Power 110-230V?? 10% 50/60 Hz
Operation Range Up to 20m indoors with no obstacles
Weight 50g
Housing ABS
Compliance EN 55015, EN 60669-2-1
Regulatory Compliance Mark N5496
Dimensions (LxWxH) 42mm x 37mm x 17mm
 

Wiring Diagram

 

 

Documentation

Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 Manual (Size: 724 Kb) Configuring_ZWave_Device_Parameters_in_VeraUI7
All?QUBINO?modules are manufactured in Italy.
  • The?QUBINO?Z-Wave Dimmer 0-10V occupies a smaller volume than comparable modules of any other brand and will fit easily in any flush mounting box
  • Standard 0-10V output
  • Multi-function input in connection with: push button / switch / potentiometer / input 0-10V (any sensor with 0-10V output)
  • Perfect for dimming lights with ballast 0-10V
  • Controlling fan speed (for motors or frequency inverters with 0-10V speed control input)
  • Controlling heating / cooling valves (with 0-10V input)
  • Unlimited controlling capability through a gateway
  • Z-Wave Plus compliant
  • 23 additional parameters for expert users

Product Support

Please note:?If you are installing the entire Z-Wave? system for the first time, please refer to?the installation guide of your Z-Wave gateway before installing this device. The GOAP Flush Dimmer uses a unique MOSFET 'trailing edge' dimmer to enable it to work with a huge range of bulb types: Halogen and Incandescent (230V) Dimmable LEDs (230V) Dimmable CFL and Fluorescent (230V) Low Voltage Halogen (24V) Low Voltage LED (24V) The QUBINO Z-Wave Dimmer can be used in the 230V mains lighting system where it uses a 'Trailing Edge' style dimmer to control the lights. It can also be used in a 24V low-voltage system where it uses PWM style control of the bulbs. Please note: These devices require a 3-wire system (including neutral), please check your installation before purchasing. If you have a 2-wire system (without neutral) we recommend you use a FIBARO Z-Wave Dimmer 2.

Technical Specification

RF Protocol
Z-Wave Plus?, SDK version: 6.51.03
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z-wave
Application
Indoor use only
Power
12-24 VDC
Operation Range
Up to 50m indoors with no obstacles
Enclosure
Plastic
Compliance
EN 60669-2-1
Operating Temp. ?-10C ~ +50C
Max. control voltage ratings
-20/+20VDC
Control signal range
0-11VDC
Max. sinking current
2 mA
Max. sourcing current
10 mA
Dimensions
41.8 mm x 36.8 mm x 15.4 mm

Product Description

Control on tap. Control one Z-Wave device. Control many. And all with a single tap. There is simplicity in tapping touch glass. smartphones proved it. There is power too. Each of your?AEOTEC WallMote?s buttons can be programmed to control one Z-Wave device or many. Meaning that a single tap on its smooth surface can change a single light, a whole room, or your whole home. Tap good morning. Tap good night. Tap all the moments in between. ZW130c wallmote mountwallmote engineeringwallmote glass Control a light. Control a room. Control a home. Because the?AEOTEC WallMote?communicates directly with your Z-Wave gateway, it can be used to control anything that your gateway can. Even things that are not Z-Wave. Smart lighting from Philips Hue? Check. Connected music from Sonos? Easy. If it is connected to your gateway, simply add it to a scene that WallMote can control and it is on top. ZW130b Wireless switch. To be used anywhere in your home, WallMote and WallMote Quad need to be more than wireless. They need to be impressively wireless. Both switches offer a fine-tuned antenna capable of communicating over an open range of over 150 metres. Secure switch. Technology changes, now your wall switches change with it. WallMote and WallMote Quad are cutting-edge today and will be cutting-edge tomorrow. They are both capable of receiving wireless firmware updates via Z-Wave Plus so that they are always up to date. Subtle switch. Not just portable, but perfectly balanced. The minimalist design of both WallMote and WallMote Quad measures just 7.7cm wide and a slender 1.9cm deep Simple recharging. Battery powered but without the need to ever change a battery, WallMote and WallMote Quad are both powered by a rechargeable lithium battery designed for smartphones. It recharges just like a smartphone too via the provided micro USB cable. Haptic feedback. It is capable of controlling your whole home, so you may not even be present to see things change when you press WallMote?s touch glass. But you will feel the change. WallMote?s haptic engine confirms your every action via a click sensation. Gen5 built in. WallMote and WallMote Quad are part of Aeotec?s Gen5 range of Z-Wave devices. Built upon the latest version of Z-Wave- Z-Wave Plus ? cutting-edge performance and security is crafted into Z-Wave?s most advanced battery-powered wall switch.

Product Support

Works with VeraAeotec Door Window Sensor 6 and Vera Manuals: ?? Aeotec WallMote Quad product manual

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol
Z-Wave Plus (500 series chip)
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z-wave
Z?Wave device type
Multilevel controller
Power
Rechargeable Lithium-ion
Operation Range
Up to 40m without obstacles
Application
Indoor use only
Operation temperature
0 ~ 55 ?C
Storage temperature
-10 ~ 80 ?C
Colour
White
Weight
100g
Housing
ABS
Dimensions
(LxWxH) 72mm x 72mm x 9mm
Compliance
Z-Wave Plus certified
Warranty 12 Months
? Compatible with any Z-Wave Controller.
? Dimensions (W x H x D) 41,8 x 36,8 x 15,4mm
? Power monitoring accuracy P=5-50W, +/-3W; P?50W, +/-3%;
? Digital temperature sensor range (sensor must be ordered separately) -50 ~ 125?C
??Support for the connection of digital temperature sensor (optional part)
? 2 binary inputs offer the option to connect additional devices such as sensors, switches/pushbuttons, etc, ?
Note! Do not connect the module to loads exceeding recommended values. Connect the module only in accordance with the manual and diagrams below. Use only qualified electricians!

Technical Specifications

Product Name?
?Flush 1 relay
Powered by
24V DC or 240V AC
Operation Range
30m
Max Load
2300W (230VAC)
Radio frequency
921.42 MHz (AU/NZ Z-Wave)
Power Consumption
0,4W
Operation temperature
-10 -+40 C*
Measured temperature range 0,5o?C (within 0o?C - 40o?C range) (optional sensor)
Temperature measuring accuracy
0,5 C
Housing
ABS
Dimensions (W x H x D)
41,8 x 36,8 x 15,4mm

Product Description

Once installed behind a switch or socket, the?AEOTEC Nano Switch?offers unparalleled wireless control via Z-Wave protocol. It lets you control, automate, and monitor your lights light and power sockets. From anywhere. Anytime. And it does it all through enhancement ? with the?AEOTEC Nano Switch, your sockets and switches don?t have to be replaced and they?ll continue to offer the same manual control that you?re used to. ZW098 B22dd

Product Support

Since the AEOTEC Nano Switch also supports the 24VDC power input,? you can also use it to control loads powered by 24VDC?(see user manual) Works with VeraAeotec LED Bulb with Vera Manuals: ?? Aeotec Nano Switch product manual

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol
Z-Wave Plus (500 series chip)
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z-wave
Z-Wave device type
Switch
Power
240V AC
Operation Range
Up to 40m without obstacles
Application
Indoor use only
Operation temperature
0 ~ 55 ?C
Storage temperature
-10 ~ 80 ?C
Colour
white
Weight
50g
Housing
ABS
Size
42mm x 40mm x 25mm
Compliance
Z-Wave Plus certified
Warranty 12 Months
Weight
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