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Disable S1 - Q1 association


Bobby1983
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Is it possible to disable the Association between the S1 switch and the Q Relay?

i want to use S1 / S2 for signal to my server, and to let Q1/2 be controlled by the server only.

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Is there an answer to this? I would like to use S1 to switch on a diffrent dimmer and not be associated with Q1.

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I've made a scene that says if I push the S1 switch it should keep the fixture in its current stage.

Problem is, the reaction time make the fixture flash for half a second. 

 

Anyone has a solution for this?

 

--[[ 

%% properties 

113 sceneActivation

%% globals 

--]] 

local id= 113; 
local name = fibaro:getName(id)
local name = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(id, "sceneActivation"));

-- single click S1
if ( tonumber(fibaro:getValue(id, "sceneActivation")) == 16) 
then 
    fibaro:debug("1 click s1 "..name);
    fibaro:debug("WC + Nachtlamp schakelaar gebruikt");
      if (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(180, "value")) > 0 )
    then
          fibaro:call(180, "turnOff");
          fibaro:debug("Nachtlamp uitgeschakeld");
    elseif (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(180, "value")) == 0 )
    then
          fibaro:call(180, "turnOn");
          fibaro:debug("Nachtlamp ingeschakeld");
      end
  
      if(tonumber(fibaro:getValue(113, "value")) > 0 )
      then
          fibaro:call(113, "turnOn");
          fibaro:debug("WC licht blijft aan");
    
       elseif (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(113, "value")) == 0 )
    then
          fibaro:call(113, "turnOff");
          fibaro:debug("WC licht blijft uit");
    end
end

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8 minutes ago, pnutp0wer said:

Why are you not using scene activation of the switch? 2x/3x/hold down

 

The script is longer to have other actions (double and triple click for lightsettings). But this part is to stop S1 from activation Q1 ;-). 

Only problem is the reaction time to the script and the direct association. So the fixture lights up for less than a second.

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