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Activate manual scene with ZRC-90 (HC3)


Renaixsence
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I want to activate a manual scene (Vaatwas Timer (number 2 in the picture)) with my ZRC-90.

In this case I created a scene (Timer Vaatwas Active (number 1 in the picture)) that should activate the manual scene "Vaatwas Timer".

The scene “Vaatwas Timer” is a manual scene and set to a certain time. I do not want this scene to be active every day at the programmed time and therefore I only want it to be active after I push and hold button 8 on my ZRC-90.

As soon as I push button 8 the other scene is activated and does not wait until the time that is set in the scene. What do I need to do so that when I’ve pushed the botton, the scene “Vaatwas Timer” is active but not triggerd and turns on my dishwasher immediately.

Short: when I hold down button 8 on my ZRC-90 I want my dishwasher (connected to the powerplug “Vaatwas PP2") to start at 23:30 the day I push the button and not immediately

 

Button 8 hold --> activate Scene "Vaatwas Timer" --> Scene starts dishwasher at 23:30 as set in the scene

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Edited by Renaixsence
Forgot to mention something (added (HC3))
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  • 19 minutes ago, 10der said:

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    Thank you but …..I am using Fibaro Home Center 3 and don't have the above nor can I see an answer to my question :-( 

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    i a m too. HC3. and yes again it's "central event" and you should hook it.

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  • I've solved it with a variable that I added to the first scene ( sets the variable to "1").

    The second scene now only runs when the variable is set to "1"  (when Time = xx:xx AND Variable = 1). After the scene has run it resets the variable to "0" so it only runs the next time after I pushed the button (so it's not active every day)

     

    By the way, how can a make my own diagram as posted in the answer on Tuesday 05/05/2020

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