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  1. Hello, I have a Fibaro Smart Implant and was wondering if you can explain some strange behavior I'm seeing. I have binary sensors connected to IN1 and IN2, with this configuration: parameters 20 and 21 set to 0 (normally closed) parameters 150 and 151 set to 10 (100ms) parameters 152 and 153 set to 0 (no delay) The problem is, if I leave the contacts open for a period of time, the implant will report they are closed after exactly 1 hour (3600 seconds). I have tested multiple times with multiple implants. Thanks for your help, Ovidiu
  2. Hi I've made a simple doorbell with a momentary switch and Fibaro Universal Binary Sensor. The idea is to get my Android to automatically launch my IP Camera App(Foscam) once the doorbell is pushed.(UBS will send a push notification) Tasker and Autonotification is installed. I've created a Profile Profile >> Event >> Plugin >> Autonotification >> Intercept >> Configuration >> (Not sure about settings here, only selected the App = Fibaro) Then created a Task App >> Launch App >> Foscam (The task works) Any ideas? Thanks
  3. Hey guys, after long time I played a bit with my binary sensor, which I never got to use. I had this idea to have some nice (ok not nice but ANY ) table switch for basic function. In the office I usually do only two things - start and stop the radio and turn on/off light scene. So I connected 2 cheap switches to In1 and In2, I connected small RGB strip to Out 1 (green color) and Out2 (blue). And of corse I used 12V source. It does not look amazing, but it does what I need. One button starts/stop radio (I am using Rocki play) and second one control lights. Of corse it can be used for anything. see it here: https://youtu.be/yRfvMzSc0Mc Maybe you can share your ideas and inspirations.
  4. I have been struggling for the past few days to make the UBS work with a very basic motion sensor. The UBS and the motion sensor are hooked up to a 12v adapter. IN1 is connected to the LOAD terminal of the motion sensor. I've setup Parameter 3 in HC2 to be a Normal Open. My problem is that the UBS is always indicating a breach. It never goes into a non-motion state... The only way I can force the UBS into non-motion state is by connecting IN1 to GND on the motion sensor. What I've noticed is that the voltage on IN1 is 2.75v by default. This is also the voltage on the LOAD terminal when there is no motion. So what I'm guessing is that because the motion sensor doesn't connect LOAD to GND in a non-motion state the UBS never goes into a non-motion state... The answer is probably pretty simple but what should I do in this case to make the UBS work in this setup? I'm 100% sure the motion sensor work because I've check with a multimeter what happens on the LOAD terminal when it switches. The voltage on the LOAD terminal rises to 12.5v. The setup is very basic and the attached photo should tell whole story.
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