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Double Switch 2 does not report energy
ogs posted a question in Double Switch 2From all my Double Switches 2 one seems to be wrong. All reports energy change immediately when I turn light on/off however the one does not report at all. Only way to get the reports is to set interval where are other works without the interval. Any ideas?
Interval trigger does not trigger according to setting - help please
Freebird posted a question in Home Center 2Hi everyone! Could someone please help me with a couple of scenes that are supposed to be triggered in intervals? I have blinds that I want to automatically lower when the sun is shining (temperature and brightness sensed by motion sensor outside, HC2). So I started with interval trigger set to work between 10:30 and 16:59 every 15 minutes (see picture). However, the scene seems to be triggered much more often, sometimes every couple of seconds as I can tell by the switching noise of the blind's actuators (blinds are down, actuator tries to further lower the blinds). If I put a notification at the end of the scene to tell me when it triggers, as expected I get many many messages. Am I missing something? Thank you very much!
Why Danfoss thermostats are marked as dead?
midi posted a question in Other Devices / Third-party devicesI have four Danfoss thermostats connected to HC2. I have noticed that they are marked as dead from time to time. It is probably pointless. If they wake up every 15 minutes (wake up interval set to 900 sec.) and then communicate with HC2 to set up the temperature, report battery level etc. so is there a need of checking them by HC2 every 125 sec. (standard polling time)? I think this could be the reason why they are marked as dead. So shouldn't I just set "Mark if dead" to 'No'? If I will do this the HC2 will stop to polling them every 125 sec.? What is your opinion - maybe I don't understand this in a right way? Kind Regards