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How I set my Alarm Home or Away



Hello all,


I'd like to share the way I set my alarm powered by Fibaro door/ window -sensors and Motion detectors. I use a scene to call this scene. I hope to provide future reference how to run it otherwise. 

I'm using @Sankotronic scenes so Globals are based on his code


I wrote this scene the @Sankotronic way, easy to use and easy to use in more than one way. I use this basic scen to arm the house when we are away and when we go to bed.

At the moment I'm writing a scene that checks open zones (door/ windows not closed, breached motion detectors). When done it 'll be added here.

I set up some delay times to arm. Like presentState: I use 

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 autoremote, autolocatin and join to geofens my and my wifes location to set "PresentState" to "Home" or "Away".


So enjoy coding and please if there is a way to make my scene's more effective: correct me!!




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Hi, did you manage to finish the scene? I have something that I made (the completelly different way :D ), it was working for quite some time but now I get false notification about windows opened, even though they are closed. Maybe you can see something there:

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  • Good morning 

    I had something similar ones but it turned out to be a bad battery in one of my fibaro door window sensors. 

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