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Hi. I have had the first version of Home Center Lite installed in my house for a few years and several sensors (blinds, lighting, smoke, etc). All configured by the technician who installed them. However, it is difficult for me to create my own scenes through the Home Center Lite web interface. Is there a tutorial that can make the process easier for me? Is it worth upgrading to Home Center Lite 3 for my system? Thanks
Hi, I'm trying to program a Danfoss wall thermostat within the HC2. purpose is that the thermostat switches a single switch when the temperature requested is higher then the actual temperature and do the opposit when the the desired temperatur is below the actual temperature. within the HC2 I can see both thermostat values, the actual and the setpoint, also the single switch is visible. can anyone help me on how to make this work?
Allowing pre-programming of devices may involve quite a change to the Fibaro gateway workflow. Ideally I'd like to be able to manually select a device template to add without having the device exist on the z-wave network. It would just be a placeholder. Then when adding a device to the z-wave network, an option is presented to select an existing device or create a new device. Even better would be if it was possible to enter the serial number of the device when manually adding and then if a new device with matching serial is included on the gateway, it is automatically configured from the pre-programmed device. This could also allow for failed devices to be replaced by selecting it when a new device is included. Following this: If a dead node is replaced, the old device is removed from the z-wave network and the existing parameters transferred to the new device. Not sure if it's possible for the device ID's to be transferred but this would also solve a lot of headaches when replacing devices and then manually updating scenes, etc to the new ID. I've used other automation systems that operate this way and it's super handy.