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Sunset / Sunrise dosnt work any more!


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I used to have a Scene manage my outdoor ligth from sunset to sunrise, but some how has it stoped working.

I have made a littel test Scene in Block scene se bellow. 
By removing the Time trigger can i see that the motion detector is Workong!

I have a Fibaro HC3  With fw. 5.090.17
Time and location is set Copenhagen witin a arrir of 500 meters.

And yes i tried to reset HC3 to default, but still the same. 

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  • Here is a description on how to create a Scene trigger determine the status on the suns positions.
     

    First you must add a Variables called “SunStatus”

    1. Goto Settings > 6. General > Variables  

    2. Click “Add Variable

    3. Name it  SunStatus

    4. Add Values Day and Night

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    Next you must create two Scenes (SunStatusSceneDay and SunStatusSceneNight)
    In the Trigger side, Select Sunrise & Sunset from Time and set it to At Sunrise.
    In the “Do the following” Select Variables from Panel and Select SunsetStatus and set to Day

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    In the Trigger side, Select Sunrise & Sunset from Time and set it to At Sunset.
    In the “Do the following” Select Variables from Panel and Select SunsetStatus and set to Night

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    *SunStatusSceneNight

     

    Now is it possible to create a Scene like this. that will turn on the light when the sun is down.

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    Hi, it will work only when is sunrise and motion is breached. I'm not sure what you want to get, but you can change it a bit

    • Remove motion sensor block then scene will always start at sunrise
    • If you change in your scene operator "and" to "or" then scene will start on sunrise or when is movement
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  • 1 hour ago, SmartHomeEddy said:

    This blockscene will turn the lights on if there is movement on exact the moment "at sunrise". I don't think it ever worked. 

     

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  • Ok wath i am trying is to make sure that the ligths only turns on betvin Sunset and Sunrise!

    I usede to have sucess using this Script as trigger;
    {
      conditions = { {
          id = 222,
          isTrigger = true,
          operator = "==",
          property = "value",
          type = "device",
          value = true
        }, {
          isTrigger = true,
          operator = ">=",
          property = "sunset",
          type = "date",
          value = 0
        }, {
          isTrigger = true,
          operator = "<=",
          property = "sunrise",
          type = "date",
          value = 0
        }, {
          id = 407,
          isTrigger = true,
          operator = "==",
          property = "value",
          type = "device",
          value = true
        } },
      operator = "all"
    }

     

    But it dosnt work any more!!

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    I don't think it will work. Of not, use this approach, with a global variabel "dayTime". Two simple blockscenes determine wether it is day or night. You can use that info in all your other scenes. 

     

     

     

     

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    On 1/21/2022 at 1:31 PM, vinding.it said:

    Here is a description on how to create a Scene trigger determine the status on the suns positions.
     

    First you must add a Variables called “SunStatus”

    1. Goto Settings > 6. General > Variables  

    2. Click “Add Variable

    3. Name it  SunStatus

    4. Add Values Day and Night

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    Next you must create two Scenes (SunStatusSceneDay and SunStatusSceneNight)
    In the Trigger side, Select Sunrise & Sunset from Time and set it to At Sunrise.
    In the “Do the following” Select Variables from Panel and Select SunsetStatus and set to Day

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    *SunStatusSceneDay Shown abbow 

     

    In the Trigger side, Select Sunrise & Sunset from Time and set it to At Sunset.
    In the “Do the following” Select Variables from Panel and Select SunsetStatus and set to Night

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    *SunStatusSceneNight

     

    Now is it possible to create a Scene like this. that will turn on the light when the sun is down.

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    This really worked…. Finally I found the solution 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻  - thanks a million

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    it works at night which i don't understand what time does it switches to  ON / Off, but defiantly its not sunrise/sunset. can you please clarify? -Thanks.

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    On 5/17/2022 at 8:02 AM, Sonzy said:

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    it works at night which i don't understand what time does it switches to  ON / Off, but defiantly its not sunrise/sunset. can you please clarify? -Thanks.


     

    To fix this issue make sure that the location and time are adjusted correctly- not on the default-, now it’s working perfectly. Thanks [email protected]

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