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Fibaro dimmer 2 with multiple led drivers.
RoffPoff posted a question in Dimmer and BypassThe manual says that you can only connect ONE transformer to the dimmer. The led spots that I've planned to get do all have individual 230v "drivers". Are these drivers same as the manual's "transformers" and hence it will not work to connect 9 drivers to 1 dimmer? (total 80W)
Two soap requests on button click
Yuliy posted a question in Scenes and InterfaceHello everybody here, I'm new on this forum and I have an issue with my virtul device created on HCL. In particular, after have been created a virtual device with a button and a label, I would like to assign an action for a such button. Let's say, I want to turn on some phiscal device and update a label's value to "Turned On" respectively. By using a String option on HCL, I managed to send a single SOAP request(on a button click) in order to either turn on device or change label's value separately. The issue is that, I would like to execute both things togather. In the following I'll share my code which I've tried to assign to the button: Case 1 GET /api/callAction?deviceId=131&name=turnOn HTTP/1.1 Host: 192.168.1.31 Authorization: Basic Base64_encode_of(login:password) Case 1 Works fine Case 2 GET /api/callAction?deviceId=113&name=setProperty&arg1=ui.Label1.value&arg2=Turned%20On HTTP/1.1 Host: 192.168.1.31 Authorization: Basic Base64_encode_of(login:password) Case 2 Works fine Case 3 GET /api/callAction?deviceId=131&name=turnOn HTTP/1.1 Host: 192.168.1.31 Authorization: Basic Base64_encode_of(login:password) GET /api/callAction?deviceId=113&name=setProperty&arg1=ui.Label1.value&arg2=Chiuso HTTP/1.1 Host: 192.168.1.31 Authorization: Basic Base64_encode_of(login:password) Case 3, both things together, No. It executes only the first request. So I've been wondering, is it even possible to carry out something like case 3? And if so, where I've been failing? Thanks for any kind of help!
Same Superuser for multiple HC2
Vicio posted a question in Scenes and InterfaceHello everybody, I just bought a second HC2 to be installed in my parents home but as soon as I started wizard I faced the following issue: Of course my wish was to set as superuser the same email account as for the first HC2 since this way I should have been able to control from one email address all the messages. Ok, when I proceed with the wizard in order to assign the email account to the second HC2 the confirmation code does never arrive... My question is: does anybody know if it's possible to assign the same email to superuser for different HC2? Regards, Vincenzo