In the past I bought myself a Motor Clockwise/Anticlockwise Running WiFi Wireless Switch Model: IM160601001 to control, in a case (see picture) a roller shutter. I was perfectly happy with this product and was willing to buy more for my other shutters. But then found out it was retired. Since then only 1 shutter is controlled by my smartphone.
Now I read about the Sonoff T1 EU: 2 Gang WiFi RF Smart Wall Touch Light Switch. This might be the solution to my problem. In my opinion I could use the 2-gang version to replace the Motor Clockwise/Anticlockwise. There is only 1 catch. When using gang 1 the power to gang 2 should automatically be cut off. And when using gang 2 the power to gang 1 should automatically be cut off as well of course. Would this be possible?
Thank you up front for your help.
"Er zitten in feite twee motoren in door de manier van
Dus de ene draad laat de motor de ene kant op draaien, de ander draad laat de motor tegengesteld lopen."
"Because of the way of winding there are actually 2 motors. So 1 wire turns the motor in one direction, the other wire turns the motor in the opposite direction."
This is with 230V AC
A very strange idea came into my head. You might ridicule me but I will write it anyway.
I am not familiar with relays and don’t know how to connect everything, but would it be possible to use a T1 EU 1-gang and connect a relay with NO and NC to that (picture)? When you switch the T1 on NO will switch the black wire. And switching off means NC will switch the brown wire. It’s just a strange idea.