It’s on VAC. Wired correctly (not my first install :)). It’s a relatively new install (few days old). Problems started when I pushed the “Strobe” button that comes with @Mike_Maxwell 's device handler. I wanted to try what it did. Oops
Can’t tell if it’s defective. I hope not. It responds to all other commands, though. Here’s what IS working:
On/off works (voltage drops from 1,8V to 0V and vice-versa)
Dimming works (voltage drops stepwise from 1,8V to 0V when dimmering and vice versa)
Does that mean the light is not on at all? are you measuring the voltage between the load and neutral? For reference. what’s the voltage between Line and neutral? I use the strobe daily to start my car remote starter without issue.
Indeed - the light didn’t go on. That’s when I went on to investigate and measured the voltage between N (load) and L (load). That gives 1,8V. Funny thing is, all the functions like dimming and on/of etc work fine (I can see the voltage going down from 1,8V and vice versa, see my previous post).
Between L-N (not the load, but powersupply for the module) I have 220V as it should be.
I was guessing that some internal parameter of the module got screwed over by pushing the strobe button. I wanted to look for a “recalibration” option like I have in my fibaro modules. But I can’t seem to find that for the Aeotec Micro dimmers.
There’s a 3V terminal next to the terminals for the wires that run to your wall switch. You don’t have anything connected to that 3V terminal, right? That one’s intended just for aeotec’s companion wall switch.