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trying to manage multiple key fobs in one scene

Guest shapa


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Don't like to create multiple scenes per key fob (as they all should make identical things)

Confused a little - is there any way to understand by what exact device (ID) the scene was triggered?

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I'm using the following code to catch scenes from a wall switch and a key fob.

Duplicating te keyfob code with your 2nd device id should be possible.

Also don't forget to change the sceneActivation ID's at the top.

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  • Thank you, completely forgotten about fibaro:getSourceTrigger();

    Will check now

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    [ Added: 2014-06-11, 13:15 ]

    Working sample


    %% properties

    96 sceneActivation

    225 sceneActivation

    539 sceneActivation

    %% globals


    local owner;

    local trigger = fibaro:getSourceTrigger();

    local deviceID = tonumber(trigger['deviceID']);

    local ButtonPressed = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(deviceID, "sceneActivation"));

    if (tonumber(deviceID) == 96) then owner = "Max KeyHolder"

    elseif (tonumber(deviceID) == 225) then owner = "Max Car"

    elseif (tonumber(deviceID) == 539) then owner = "Ela"



    if ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 1) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob Door Lock button pressed")

    fibaro:call(440, "pressButton", "1") -- lock Door Locks

    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 2) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob Door UnLock button pressed")

    fibaro:call(440, "pressButton", "2") -- unlock door locks

    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 3) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 3 pressed")

    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 4) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 4 pressed")

    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 5) then

    fibaro:call(102, "turnOff")

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 5 pressed / Garage Roller Door Closed")


    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 6) then

    fibaro:call(102, "turnOn")

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 6 pressed / Garage Roller Door Opened")


    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 7) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 7 pressed")

    elseif ( tonumber(ButtonPressed) == 8) then

    fibaro:debug("KeyFob button 8 pressed")


    fibaro:debug("No response")


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