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Everspring SE812 Siren to go off with alarm?


kappnet

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Hello!

I am trying to get this to work:

One door sensor and two motion sensors are making a very simple burglary alarm when they are armed. I can get the breaching of the sensors to set off the alarm with some panic actions, blinking lights, sending pictures and so but when I try to get the SE812 siren to sound at the same time things are getting quite tricky. To make it sound I made a scene to start the siren when any of the armed sensors where breached but then it wont turn off when I stop the alarm.

Does anyone have a nice solution to accomplish this?

//Mike

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Maybe you could do a check in the main loop of the Everspring siren. A check to see if the alarm is active or not, and if not then turn of the siren?

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  • Yes could sound like a plan but do you have the LUA to do it?

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    --[[

    %% properties

    34 value

    34 armed

    %% globals

    --]]

    local startSource = fibaro:getSourceTrigger();

    if (

    (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(34, "value")) >= 0 and tonumber(fibaro:getValue(34, "armed")) == 0)

    )

    then

    fibaro:call(61, "turnOff");

    end

    ID34=sensor

    ID61=siren

    [ Added: 2014-02-12, 17:14 ]

    Works for me

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  • --[[

    %% properties

    34 value

    34 armed

    %% globals

    --]]

    local startSource = fibaro:getSourceTrigger();

    if (

    (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(34, "value")) >= 0 and tonumber(fibaro:getValue(34, "armed")) == 0)

    )

    then

    fibaro:call(61, "turnOff");

    end

    ID34=sensor

    ID61=siren

    [ Added: 2014-02-12, 17:14 ]

    Works for me

    Thanks a lot Kage!

    Simple but powerful, now it all works the way I want it.

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    Hi Mike and "Kage".

    Thanks for the LUA code...

    I have two door sensors and SE812 Siren.

    I managed to use the LUA code for my front door (ID:60). Unfortunately I can not code myselt

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    I can not add my second door (ID:33) to this LUA code ... how to add other sensor right to the code ?

    - Jan

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