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FGS212


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Good morning everybody.

 

I have bought a Fibaro FGS212 and I want to control a lamp from two or three different button.

 

Can somebody explain me how is the cable connection for this specific case? 

 

Is this device able to manage a switch or a button?

 

Thank you!

 

Marco

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  • Hi Reinhold,

    thank you for Answering

     

    I would like to use a button, I don’t know the exact terminology in English. I press the button and switch on the lamp, if I press again the lamp will switch off. No switch but button.

     

    Thanks,

    Marco

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    If you make a scene for the button and put the next code.

    Replace ID button for the id from the button and replace ID lamp for the id from the switch

     

    --[[
    %% properties
    %% events
    ID button CentralSceneEvent    
    %% globals
    --]]
     
    fibaro:debug("The button pressed")
    local button_source = fibaro:getSourceTrigger()["event"]["data"]
     
    if (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Pressed") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button 1x")

     


     if(tonumber(fibaro:getValue(ID lamp, "value")) >= 1)
    then
    fibaro:call(ID lamp, "turnOff")
    else
    then
    fibaro:call(ID lamp, "turnOn")
    end 


    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Pressed2") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button 2x")
      
    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Pressed3") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button 3x")
      
    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Pressed4") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button 4x")
      
    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Pressed5") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button 5x")
      
    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "HeldDown") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button HeldDown")
      
    elseif (tostring(button_source["keyAttribute"]) == "Released") then
          fibaro:debug("Fibaro Button Released")
    else
          fibaro:debug('Fibaro Button unknown action')
    end

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