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Short beep on switch2?


kukulkan97
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Hello!
I have a germicidal lamp, and from it a remote controller. I want the Single/Double Switch 2 turn on this remote controller at a specific time. But in the HCL, I see that in scene I can turn it on and the signal will sound minute. Is it possible to somehow configure it to work so that the signal would turn on the remote controller and that's it? And then at a certain time a signal was sent to the remote controller and it turned off?
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Yes, you can create your own scenes based on this:

 

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Create one scene to turn on, and one scene to turn off.

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  • @Tim__Thanks for the answer, but you don't quite understand what I'm looking for. According to this scenario, he gives a signal to the remote control and he "keeps pressing the button" until I write the script to stop and at least it will last a minute. and I need him to "press once and release"

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    kukulkan97, please, indicate in your signature which model of HC you have.
    The answer will be different depending on whether you have an HCL, HC2 or HC3.

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