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Start a scene when the tv is turned on with normal remote


apgc

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Hi,

I successfully integrated my Samsung tv. Can now control it through Fibaro. Don't really see the use of it though.

What I'd like to do is have a scene start when the tv is turned on through a normal remote. FYI: the scene will check daytime, if it's day it will close the blinds, if it's evening it will set the lights at a dimmed level, etc...

 

Possible?

 

Thank you,

apgc

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5 minutes ago, Bodyart said:

Frank, I'll share everything that is tested and working, even when the code isn't clean and structured :P

 

@Bodyart

That would be great 

 

Thanks

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51 minutes ago, Bodyart said:

iTach Flex is a wi-fi device.

hi @Bodyart,

 

The deed is done.  I have just ordered the WiFi Flex version.  Now I wait and then I guess, stress starts

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1 minute ago, lennypenny said:

hi @Bodyart,

 

The deed is done.  I have just ordered the WiFi Flex version.  Now I wait and then I guess, stress starts

To easy your stress you can download in the meantime iTAch application iLearn (

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and

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), that is used to read the code sequences from all your IR-remotes. Althought iTach has a huge database of devices and their code sequences, not all devices I use were there.

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7 minutes ago, Bodyart said:

To easy your stress you can download in the meantime iTAch application iLearn (

Please login or register to see this link.

and

Please login or register to see this link.

), that is used to read the code sequences from all your IR-remotes. Althought iTach has a huge database of devices and their code sequences, not all devices I use were there.

 

@lennypenny

@Bodyart

I have the same experience and found it faster and sit with a remote and learn all the buttons

 

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