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RS2 and Google Home


Kuba Yeti
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Hi,

 

I have Fibaro connected to Google Home (Google Mini).

 

Everything works beautifully. It means only lighting (but it recognizes rooms, individual lamps, etc.).

I have a problem with Shutters.

 

Google Home  does not see the devices at all. It sees the scenes in which they are captured. The closing scene of all blinds works but as a stage.

In Google Home, I can see all lamps as devices, water valve and scenes (I'm not sure if all).

 

I do not see other devices, for example, cameras (which I dont need in GHome) but also blinds.

 

However, it is not possible to control individual blinds. I can of course go around creating a particular scene for individual blinds but that's probably not the point, right?

 

Can you help me?

Anyone have any suggestions?

 

In the system I have set blinds with positioning with monostable buttons.

 

Thanks in advance.

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I've got to same issue. I'd like to control the RS2 with commands like put xx to 10% to control how far to close them.

 

Can you explain a bit more how you can do a workaround?

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