I have a switch that controls a fluorescent bulb (tube style) that I replaced with the Inovelli Red switch. As per the documentation, it said that if the draw was less than 25W that I needed to add a bypass, which I did. The switch will turn on the light at a very low level and never, ever, turn it off again - it stays on perpetually.
I opened a ticket on this in April and never heard back (nor on the four subsequent request made). I also couldn’t log into the site until today (even though I had an account) because of some issue that customer service finally told me about this morning, and gave me the work-around to fix that.
So here I am with a switch that doesn’t work and it’s been so long I don’t even recall the precise way it was wired, all I remember is that it never goes off and I ended up just pulling the bulbs out and not having a light for eight months.
My hope is that someone has had this problem and figured out the resolution to it so I can finally get this light working again. I use Home Assistant and did try to make some parameter changes to overcome the problem (such as turning off dimming), here are my settings: