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Help on specific scene !

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Hi There, 

 

I have a quick question for you.

 

I use a Fibaro Wall Plug to monitor and charge my electric scooter. I created a scene that just supposed to send me a push notification when the scooter is fully charged (when power drops below a certain value) :

 

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This scene works fine. I receive the notification when scooter is fully charged but the scene also triggers when it starts charging. 

 

Any idea how I could only trigger the scene when it stops, and only stops, charging ?

 

Thanks for your help :) !

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In the first line you test for power usage above 10W and this is what triggers the message for start of charging. Only use the second part of the test.

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  • Thanks for your answer. In fact I need both test ? 

    • The first one (Power > 2W) lets me check the Power plug is switched on but idle (idle consumption approx. 1,6 W)

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    • The second one (when Power drops under 10W) lets me know when the scooter is charged

    When the charge begins, the power increases slowly until, more or less, 2.4kW.

     

    Am I missing something ?

     

    I was looking around variables... Bad idea ? 

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