So if you were going to also utilise the S1 and S2 ports on the Fibaro relay module and add a wall switch, what type of switch would you need to use?
"Monostable is when we release the physical button, it came back in normal position."
"Bistable is when we release the physical button, it stay in his pushed position."
Dooya have a switch here
which is expensive with shipping.
Any examples of inexpensive suitable roller shutter wall switches?
Also is there any stop functionality on the Fibaro relay or just open / close? Seen some switches also have a stop button on them.
From the relay manual
The local operation can be realized by a double switching paddle (bistable) or a double button (monostable). The connected switch type must be selected according to the inclusion by setting the configuration parameter 14. The local switch is connected with the motor control insert as shown in the schematics. If a bistable switch is connected it has to stay connected until the motor control insert is included into the Z-Wave network.
Fibaro Roller Shutter allows for connecting push buttons to S1 and S2 terminals. These may be momentary or toggle switches, alternatively. Push buttons are responsible for managing the blind?s movement.
Using momentary switches:
Clicking UP button connected to S1 terminal, initiates up movement. Clicking button connected to S2 terminal, initiates down movement.
If the blind is moving, each click, of any button, will stop the movement. In addition a button click sends a command frame to I-st association group devices. In case of venetian blinds, it?s possible to manage the lamellas angle. Operating Mode - Venetian Blind, or Parameter 10 value set to 2.
Holding connected to S1 terminal initiates lamellas rotation up. Holding connected to S2 terminal initiates lamellas rotation down. In addition a button hold sends a Fibar Command Class control frame to II-nd association group devices.
Using toggle switches:
Changing switch key position, connected to S1 terminal, initiates up movement. Changing switch key position, connected to S2 terminal, initiates down movement. Choosing a middle position stops the blind.