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I have a new home with about 40 fibaro devices (a mix of 2x1.5kW, 1x3kW, dimmer, roller/shutter) controlled by a HC2.
I have chosen the fibaro system because of its unique feature available on the modules: "the second button". However this unique feature seems crippled:
If I make an association from the second button to a device it seems to be a one-way association: when the second button is pushed it looks at the current state (of the button), changes it and sends this to the associated device. When the device is changed from another location the button doesn't know this and most of the time a second press is needed to switch the device.
To correct this functionality I am running a script that synchronizes the state of the second buttons with the state of the device: not very elegant.
The dimmers do not show this kind of behaviour.
Could this be fixed in future device firmware updates ?
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