Hi, have any of you used a Shelly 2.5 to control a bipolar switch? I am wondering if it is possible to use the two channels of a Shelly 2.5 to automate one single bipolar switch. The idea is to use one channel to interrupt the Phase and the other to interrupt the Neutral, and then to use both the channel as a group, at the same time, to activate or deactivate the bipolar switch. Is this possible? Does it make sense for you? Thank you for your answer.
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No isn't impossible, the 2.5 hasn't a dry contact.
You need 2x Shelly 1
Or rewiring your switch, but I think it's law for this use to be a bipolar?
Yes, it is a law but also a security constraint, to use a bipolar in my case. Thank you for your answer
you're welcome 😊
Than I would recommend 2xShelly1 , one for N and one for L.
Let them switching together per actions.
When you have enough space for two devices.