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Making a Scene automaticly activate part 2


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Hello again.. this seems to be a problem im having alot of the times now with my codes. But here goes anyway

 

I have created this scene to trigger automaticly when the power usage drops below 50w

 

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Problem is that I does not do it automaticly, I have to press start for it to send me a notification..

 

I also have the "same" problem with GPS.

 

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Nothing happens when I leave the house. ( the second scene I created with graphics blocks )

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  • Ended up going with variables in 2 scrips :

     

    Push notification :

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    Variable change when pc turnes on :

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    @imLiquid Try inserting

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    This should do it...

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  • So I'm still having problems with this script, not activating when the power is below 50.

    I added the 

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    Hi @imLiquid ,

     

    this is properly made scene header:

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    Power and value are the properties of devices so if you want scene to trigger on device property change then they must be placed after %% properties and not %% events. %% autostart you add to scene ONLY if you want it to be executed immediately after changing and Saving scene or when HC2 is rebooted.

     

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  • Worked perfectly.

     

    Now how to I make it so it only triggers when the power goes from more than 50 to below. and not from 0 to 50 ?

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    13 hours ago, imLiquid said:

    Worked perfectly.

     

    Now how to I make it so it only triggers when the power goes from more than 50 to below. and not from 0 to 50 ?

     

    Hi @imLiquid ,

     

    you can't do that. Scene will be ALWAYS triggered by power change, but you can use IF THEN ELSE in code to check power and decide which action will be taken or ignored.

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  • @Sankotronic Ok, I will try to figure somethine out. thinking a valueble that turns 1 when the plug goes +50 and turns 0 when I accept the shutdown command

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    This could work,

    if you trigger and the power is > 50 you start a loop and check at regular intervals the power  until the value goes below 50 before notifying.

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    Vey nice @jgab, really like your scenes. Always elegant and easy to read:)

    Learning a lot from your posts, takker

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