Posts by SparkyMaster

    ...only if supplied by 12VAC...

    AC??? sure? :/ never! -> DC!!!

    From datasheet It is not possible to find out which dimming technology the Shelly "Dimmer" ("Dimmer 2") uses.


    Calibration: trailing edge or leading edge -> selection for the respective lamp type!

    Perform calibration with trailing edge for Phillips Master LED!…chaltung-led-treiber-png/

    Hello AndreNewman ,

    The Shelly EM is designed for one phase only! Two measuring contact outputs means 2 measurements over 2 loads of one and the same phase!

    The Shelly 3EM is better suited for this! Measurement phase 1, 2 and 3.

    The measuring transducers (120A) of the 3EM are connected via plugs, the EM has open cable ends.

    Separate measuring transducers (120A) are not available in the store, contact the support here.

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    For the autom. Updating the switching status we need 1 timer ... (Bedingung: Wenn ...)

    CUxD Timer.png

    ... that triggers the update program:


    Skript: (Aktivität: Dann ...)

    Adjust the script according to the instructions:!

    Good luck with the implementation!:)


    The instructions including the scripts and pictures are subject to copyright. Who violates the copyright (for example, images or texts illegally copied and published on other websites), makes itself gem. §§ 106 ff UrhG punishable, can also be warned with costs and must pay damages (§ 97 UrhG).

    © 2020 SparkyMaster

    Beste Grüße

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    [This part of the instructions can be skipped if dimming is not to be carried out in the Homematic (-> only ON/OFF).

    Note: In this case the parameter has to be set to "N" at the appropriate place in the script!]

    The brightness control is done with a slider of a CUxD (28) Multi-Dim-Device.

    CUxD (28) Dim.png

    The settings of the channel:

    CUxD Dim.png


    wget -q -O - '$1$'

    Adjust IP!

    With the slider you can now control the brightness. :)

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    Currently power display:

    For this we need 1 system variable for the currently power value:

    Sys Leistung.png

    The variables are assigned to the corresponding channel of the Shelly CUxD device. This makes it visible as shown in Figure 1 in # 1.


    The names of the system variables must not contain any "spaces" !

    The update is done by a created script, see "Update".

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    Online status:

    As with all other couplings, the opt. display of the online status is also made using the system variable and CUxD ping device (28).

    Note: Monitoring the online status is not optional! To prevent the cyclical update and to prevent the Shelly Vintage from being switched off via the light switch.

    To display the online status, 1 system variable is required:

    Sys Onlinestatus.png

    The variable is linked again to the corresponding channel of the CUxD device and thus displayed there.

    The online status is monitored and controlled by a CUxD ping channel. That, with 1 CUxd Ping device (28) up to 16 Shelly Vintage can be monitored. Of course, a free channel of an existing CUxD ping can be used.

    If not yet available, please create a CUxD-device (28) System Ping/Alive!

    CUxD Ping.png

    Adjust IP!

    Settings for: SWITCH|CMD_EXEC_TRUE:

    extra/timer.tcl Onlinestatus_ShellyVintageG125_WZ 1

    Settings for SWITCH|CMD_EXEC_FALSE:

    extra/timer.tcl Onlinestatus_ShellyVintageG125_WZ 0

    Adapt the name of the system variable in each case! (here: Onlinestatus_ShellyVintageG125_WZ)

    In the set interval of the timer, the online status is now updated. :)

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    The implementation:

    Switching status:

    (On the description of the creation of the CUxD devices I give up at this point, of course there is the CUxD document!)

    If not yet available, please create a device (28) System Exec! Above that the commands are issued. (No entries are made in CUxD-Exec!)

    Creation of a CUxD (40) 16-channel universal control as a switch

    CUxD (40).png

    The settings of the channel:

    CUxD Schalter.png

    SWITCH|CMD_EXEC: Check mark!

    Settings for SWITCH|CMD_SHORT:

    wget -q -O - ''

    Settings for SWITCH|CMD_LONG:

    wget -q -O - ''

    Adapt the IP address of the Shelly Vintage in each case!

    This makes the Shelly Vintage ready for use and can be switched on and off. :)

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    Hello Homematic Friends,

    finally the time comes, the integration of Shelly Vintage in the HomeMatic. The Shelly Vintage was a long time coming!

    To integrate the Shelly Vintage into Homematic, you do not need any third-party firmware, that you have to flash.

    Below my solution with the original firmware:

    techn. Requirements:

    • compatible with the Homematic systems CCU2, CCU3, Charly, as well as all offshoots like RaspberryMatic and piVCCU.
    • installed add-on CUxD in current version

    (The knowledge about the handling CUxD, such as devices create, I assume at this point, otherwise "exploded" this guide Thank you for understanding.)

    The advantages:

    • all Shelly Vintage properties are retained because I operate all actuators and sensors with the original manufacturer firmware
    • all future Shelly Vintage updates / updates will be available
    • Full Shelly app usability parallel to Homematic automation
    • Operation as a local solution or via Shelly cloud, additionally Homematic

    I implemented the following functions on the Homematic page:

    • Display of the switching status (ON / OFF)
    • Monitoring of the online status (accessibility via WLAN)
    • Optional monitoring of currently power (W)
    • Brightness controllable and update when operated via app
    • optional operation only ON - OFF (= connection without dimming functions)

    A view to the connection:


    Picture 1

    Ansicht Dim.png

    Picture 2

    Good success! :thumbup:

    Hallo olli407cc ,

    WILLKOMMEN im Forum! :)

    Nach Neustart der App wurde der RGBW Modus angezeigt !? Nach Umstellung auf 4Kanal wird auch 4Kanal angezeigt , aber der WW KW ist nicht mehr zu finden ???? :(

    Der "4-Kanal-Modus" stellt den "White-Mode" dar! Jeder Kanal separat steuer-/regelbar

    Ein direktes Steuern/Regeln WW/KW-LEDs ist dummerweise nicht möglich! Möglich wäre der Anschluss separater LED-Stripes in WW und/oder KW, aufgeteilt auf die Kanäle und einzeln oder als Gruppe steuer-/regelbar.

    Dieses TRhema ist länger bekannt. Vorstellung wäre eine Steuerung in den Farbtemperaturen siehe Shelly Bulb.

    Nur im "Color-Mode" sind die LEDs durch die Zuordnung RGBW in den Farben ansprechbar.

    1. ich denke mal, das es egal ist, wo man einen Shelly einrichtet.

    2. Fakt ist, das dieser an der Stelle, wo er installiert wird ein vernünftiges Signal haben muss.

    zu 1.) Bei einem sauber funktionierendem System völlig richtig!

    Hier ging es aber primär um die Funktionsfähigkeit des Shelly, also Fehler-Ausschlussverfahren. Deshalb sehe ich die Inbetriebnahme (Erstinstallation) in der Nähe des Routers und außerhalb der E-Installation als vorteilhaft an!

    Jeder kann natürlich bei der Ersteinrichtung vorgehen wie ihm beliebt, aber dann nicht jammern wenns nicht funktioniert! (zur Info: dies ist allgemein, nicht auf jemanden hier persönlich bezogen!!!)

    zu 2.) ohne Zweifel! ggf. muss am System geschraubt werden! -> WLAN-Signal/-Reichweite verbessern, bessere Geräte installieren o.ä.

    Also ein Umschwenken auf 2 Shelly 1 wäre hier die bessere Wahl!

    1. Du kannst mit einem Shelly den anderen Shelly ausschalten (per Actions)

    2. Leistungsunabhängiger, dementsprechend keine Sorge vor Temperaturabschaltung (bei 50 W zu vernachlässigen)

    ...aber die 2 Kanäle unabhängig voneinander

    unabhängig heißt aber für mich Kanal 1 AN/AUS und Kanal 2 AN/AUS, dann wären im Zweifel beide Kanäle unter Spannung!

    Gib mal den Lüfter-Typ an, oder poste ein Schaltbild!