Agroma - Any Issues With This Setup? Supply Energy - To - Power Pack, Which Is Connected To Each Ceiling Mount Sensor & Dimming Wall Change? This Could Work, Right? In This Above Case The Low Voltage Lines From The Ability Pack To The Sensor Are Not Important For

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Any Issues With This Setup? Supply Energy - To - Power Pack, Which Is Connected To Each Ceiling Mount Sensor & Dimming Wall Change? This Could Work, Right? In This Above Case The Low Voltage Lines From The Ability Pack To The Sensor Are Not Important For

Any Issues With This Setup? Supply Energy - To - Power Pack, Which Is Connected To Each Ceiling Mount Sensor & Dimming Wall Change? This Could Work, Right? In This Above Case The Low Voltage Lines From The Ability Pack To The Sensor Are Not Important For

Any issues with this setup? Supply Energy - to - Power Pack, which is connected to each ceiling mount sensor & dimming wall change? This could work, right? In this above case the low voltage lines from the ability pack to the sensor are not important for dimming, they're simply linked, energy pack to sensor. However, the load (blue) from the facility pack (over 12 or 14/2) becomes the "supply line" for the wall dimmer change, then from the dimmer change (over 12 or 14/2) the load line connects the fixtures. This could work with 3-manner switches or any desired setup, proper? The CEILING occupancy sensor is switching energy, the dimmer(s) simply dim. VRI10-1LZ, would loose Z-wave functionality if the occupancy sensor wasn't triggered. So you can remotely dim, utilizing Z-wave, as lengthy as the ceiling sensor detected motion. What we'd like is a more succesful OSC20-M0W ceiling sensor https://godotengine.org/qa/index.php?qa=user&qa_1=findlunge39 together with Z-wave within, as I have a consumer that wants this exact setup. What are the options for people who want ceiling occupancy sensors with z-wave wall dimmers?