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I am building our first room using the HC3. Beining used to the HC2 it requires some thinking out of the box for me.
My question: I'm building a scene for the ventilation in the new bathroom.
I have a MS6 for RH and this part works.
Now my challenge: In the future I want all extraction fans turn on when there is a CO alarm. I made an enumerated with 2 "states": Safe and Breached.
To get the scene to act on the var change (now by a test scene) I am checking the variable in the condition/ trigger part as a non existing state: "off".
Is there a better/ cleaner way to do this?
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If I add a condition for "Safe" and "Breached" the scene isn't triggered.
This works, but it is a weird way to check variables for what you want to do IMHO.
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