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  1. Do you use the Danfoss Z-Wave RS Room Sensor (014G0160) with your HCL-Gateway? If so please reply how it works. Can you adjust the room temperature with it?
  2. Problem description: Cannot control or adjust the room temperature with the Danfoss Z-Wave RS Room Sensor. The settings in the radiator thermostat are not updated (no change). System setup: Danfoss Living connect Z radiator thermostat (014G0013) is installed in the living room. Temperature is controlled by the Home Center Light (4.061 Beta) via Heating panel and schedule heating programs. Works alright. Manual adjustment directly on the radiator thermostat and via HCL (Devices) is also working fine. All is good. I have bought new Danfoss Z-Wave RS Room Sensor (014G0160) and would like to adjust the living room temperature with it. Device is installed and shown in the living room. Manual adjustment via buttons (up / down) of the room sensor is shown in the HCL interface. However the settings from the Room Sensor are not taken over by the radiator thermostat. No update. The room sensor is not linked to the radiator thermostat. The radiator thermostat does not care about the room sensor settings. Configuration Room Sensor: Parameter 6 Set-point control function: Enabled Parameter 7 Temporarily override scheduler: Enabled Parameter 8 Set-point type in Thermostat_Setpoint_Reports: Heating What is wrong? How can I use the Room Sensor to temporarily manually adjust the room temperature?
  3. hi Why Fibaro cant control products connected via Wi-Fi like example wall plug TP-Link or others?
  4. Hi, I have an ACTRONAIR at Home with Wireless Controller. I have done extensive research to understand how the AC is controlled. It turns out that the AC wireless controller get it's instruction from a Web Service in the cloud. I have intercepted the Web Service Call and this is what get passed on to the cloud: PUT https://actron.ninja.is/rest/v0/device/ACONNECTXXXXXXXXXXXX_0_2_5?user_access_token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx HTTP/1.1 Accept: application/json Content-Type: application/json Referer: https://actronair.com.au/aconnect/ Accept-Language: en-AU,en;q=0.8,ar-LB;q=0.5,ar;q=0.3 Origin: https://actronair.com.au Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/51.0.2704.79 Safari/537.36 Edge/14.14393 Host: actron.ninja.is Content-Length: 24 Connection: Keep-Alive {"DA":[0,1,1,0,0,0,0,0]} I need help with creating a Scene that sends instructions to the same cloud service. So far I tried the following without any sucess. Appreciate any guidance please! --[[ %% properties %% events %% globals --]] -- Callback at success local function successCallback(resp) fibaro:debug('connection success, status: ' .. resp.status) end -- Callback at error local function errorCallback(resp) fibaro:debug('connection no success, error: ' .. resp) end -- http-request Scene : senden über AutoRemote Tasker WiFi Service enabled in Tasker Action local function getDirect() local http = net.HTTPClient() payload = '"DA":[1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0]' fibaro:debug('this is the payload: ' .. payload .. '.') http:request('https://actron.ninja.is/rest/v0/device/ACONNECTXXXXXXXXXXX_0_2_4?user_access_token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx', { options = payload, success = successCallback, error = errorCallback } ) end -- Do the request getDirect()
  5. Dear Forum-gurus, I´ll try to explain this as briefly as possible. It might not even be such a big problem, but i just can´t seem to find a solution by myself. Heres the explanation of what I want to do: At our cabin/vacation home, we would like to be able to control the temperature with two different modes; Home and Away. The salesman who put us up to the idea of Fibaro, suggested the Wall Plug as a unit to control the on/off power of the Heating Panels in the different rooms and use the Temperature Sensor built in to the Smoke Sensor to trigger different scenes depending on the temperature. Now; I am able to tell the Wall Plugs to activate and turn on the heating panel if the temperature of a room gets below say 20°C and turn off again if the temperature reaches say 23°C - by using scenes. What i don´t seem to be able to is to make a "MASTER" scene to activate all the different scenes within the cabin. This means that per wall plug and temperature sensor, i need two different scenes for the low and high temperature - as well as two different set of scenes depending on which mode i need to activate (I.e: Home or Away). This means that i´m left with quite a lot of scenes to trigger on or off. I guess my question is if theres any possibility of making a "MASTER" scene that triggers a defined number of scenes to turn on or off - and that way make both a Home and an Away mode? I´ve tried looking into the "Heating Panel", but it doesn´t seem like it´s compatible with the Wall Plugs. The system i use is the FHC Lite. Please let me know if theres any relevant info i´ve left. Kind of hard to put this into words.
  6. Dear Fibaro community, Does anybody have any experience using a Fibaro dimmer to control a ceiling fan on/off function as well as the fan speed? Is this even possible?
  7. Hi All! Is there somewhere description, or maybe some best practice example(s) about talking (i mean controlling) to wi-fi connected devices? I've been studying examples of @Lambik, @Sankotronic, @jompa68 and others, but i can't get it going, nor i can get it in the fingers. Perhaps i shoul'd say instead of fingers my old head actually. Any recomandations, directions, or exmaples to study will be appreciated. Thanks in advance Actualy there a methods and methods a methods, Thru the trees i can't the the forest.
  8. Hello guys As you know, lili is created to send a command to Fibaro, which unfortunately doesn't work long long time ! Now, The amazon came to this purpose. I want to have a device that talks some reports of house , such as: no one is in living aream light will be off ! How can I make a solution to say reports ? How Can I send commands to be done ? Thanks to answer
  9. Greetings! A bit of newbie question with what I think should be a simple scene on HCL (NO LUA or magic scene). Purpose: use exhaust fan (plug1) to control temperature range (T1 - temperature sensor) in a room (23-25c range for example) I am trying to use the block building interface in the HCL but no indepth manual and most examples I find on google are not in English. I have some ideas but mainly when a temperature limit is reached then a plug is actuated for a set period of time (say a 5 minutes) and then it either runs for that period of time and stops or checks for lower range limit having been reached? Am I making this too complicated? Sorry not much explanations in manuals on how to set up. Thanks!! I composed a screenshot of my scene (or do I need 2 - for on and off?) Many thanks! PS pointing to a learning resource for simple scenes in HCL would help (English non Lua plz))
  10. Hello, according to FGD211 Dimmer instruction manual it seems that is possible to control scene with S1 Dimmer switch, is this possible with HCL too? Nothing is mentioned in FGD211 instruction manual, it says just that is possible... If someone can help me on this showing some block diagrams example thanks!
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