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Guest Status and Rollo Shutter solution


master_jo1
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Hello together,
I just wanna give you some insights to my Rollo Shutter scene control by using global Predefined variable Guestmodus.
The intention was, to update my Rollo shutter scene that the Rollo blinds will be stay closed in the morning for guest room, if guests are stay over night.


1 Step:
I crated a global Predefined variable with called "Guestmodus" with the states "On" and "Off".

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2. Step:

I created a VD to set the Status if guests are going to stay tonight.

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Button ON

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Button OFF

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Primary loop:

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I updated my Rollo shutter scene with the a Inner-If-Loop:

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Result:
If I set the Guestmode to "On" the Rollo Blinds will not move up in the guest room and my Guests can sleep w/o to be disturbed.

 

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Footnote to the icons I used: icon set from @Cannon_82 modified by @master_jo1

 

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