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For roller shutters there is a setting "Local protection state": If it is set to "No operation possible" in the web interface, then it is not possible at all to control a device directly via buttons. Same is available to block operation via scenes: By setting "Remote protection state" to "No remote control".


The state of this parameter can be read by this command:

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Now I want to set this protection state via LUA (to protect the blinds from operated at strong winds). The

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states a parameter "setProtectionLocalAndRF" can be set via fibaro:call function if used with the callAction API call.

 

Question A: How to call the callAction API via http from within a LUA scene? Will this set the protection state? What are the parameters for setProtectionLocalAndRF?

 

However, when changed in the web interface my roller shutter module does not store that value, but always is set back to "unprotected".

Question B: What can be the reason, why my roller shutter module doesn't accept the state "No operation possible"?

 

Thanks for help.

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FGRM--222 Software Version 25.25

HCL2 Software Version 4.100

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