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About scenes - scripting HC2



I'm a new z-wave / HC2 user

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A few questions about script / scenes.

1. Are the scripts / scenes running all the time, so making more scenes will increase CPU load for the HC2?

2. I can have lot's of small scripts for each device and condition, but it will be better building all around one or a few, like "at home", "at work", "weekend", "night", "extended away".. possibly..

I guess I will have to have an variabel or something indication what condition I'm on, so only one script is executed?

I can change between theese condition myself, but "night" and "weekend" could change by them self?!

3. A bit of the same; I want a light to turn on below a given lux value, and turn off at a specific time. (can also be with a dimmer. Turn on at 100%, go to 30% at given time or so).

But how do I prevent the light from turning on again when the given time is there. It still can be below the lux value, but I don't want it to turn on again until next evening.

4. What kind of setup do you guys use? Many scripts for each device or one big script doing all?

5. Start when HC2 starts, is an option at the scene setup. When setting up an Aeon remote, I was told to not check this box (vesternet.com), so I guess the script is only run when the remote talks to the HC2. The HC2 must be listening for the remote and check all the scripts if there's any one waiting ?!

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