This is a popular question. No automated inwall switch exists to operate two independent loads, but you can use a dual relay wired in the fan canopy. The best solution so far is in the threads below. A better solution if possible is to re-wire the fan, so the light and fan controls are separate loads and can each have their own zwave switch (zwave fan switch can control 3 speeds, and either switch or dimmer for lights).
I am looking for a solution for controlling my pull chain fan/light combo. I am not so concerned about the speed/brightness I will set those by chain but I don't always want both on or both off but alternating. I know this has been brought up several times but most people are more worried about building a light adjusted fan adjusted shield/module.
I think I have found a solution that may help my problem in this switch
The problem I have is = In my house I have 2 fans running in session on 1 switch. The fan/light combos are mounted to 15 ft high ceilings and they have chains to control light and fan speed. It has become a pain in the but, in the winter I want the light in the summer I want mor…
I purchased a ZWN-RSM2 with the hopes on using it in locations that only have 1 hot wire in the ceiling where I'm trying to control fan and light independently. I'm only concerned with on/off on each load as that is the best I'll get with device types available currently. Without spending over $200 per location. (total of 7 locations)
I have been struggling for a few days looking at code searching, reading learning but I just don't know how to get started.
I was able to get this device hooked up correctly (I have it in the fan canopy rather than the switch) I can toggle load 1 via app and via manually trigger at the device, I cannot toggle load 2 via the ST app because there is no device type to handle the request. I can toggle it via the device itself.
I need help on where to start …