Hi, I would like to know if the Shelly 1L can replace the Shelly 1 in the configuration with two switches and an inverter (controlled by three light points with the Shelly 1L). If so, is it possible to publish the relevant simplified scheme? Furthermore, in the specifications given in the Shelly 1L manual it is written that when the device is used without neutral, it requires a load of at least 20 W. If the load is less than this value, the Shelly Bypass must be used (this is the case that controls most of the time given the LED bulbs that are used today). The operation diagram shown in the manual, however, is not clear to me as it would seem (to me of course) that the Bypass should be positioned parallel to the payload (in this case the bulb). At this point, such an operation (to be carried out how?) I believe would cancel all the advantages of using the Shelly1L without neutral.
Is it possible to clarify my ideas?
Thanks in advance.