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LUA set thermostat timer


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Hi,

 

In dashboard you can set thermostat temperature and timer for it, is there any api to do same thing in lua code from scene or quickapp.

 

Thanks,

 

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  • For long time of searching i found some info

    fibaro:call(deviceId, "setTargetLevel", "20") -- Set temperature
    fibaro:call(deviceId, "setTime”, tonumber(os.time())+120*60) -- Set the time

     

    But this code doesn't work.

     

    If i call from quickapp thermostat device with ID 53

    fibaro:call("53", "setTargetLevel", "20")

    or 

    fibaro:call("53", "setTargetLevel",20)

     

    I get error: Wrong parameter type, number required. Provided param 'function: 0xb21268' is type of function

     

    If i put device ID as number it get eror: Wrong parameter type, string required. Provided param '53' is type of number

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  • After deeper look i got it working.

     

    Right code:

    fibaro.call(53,"setHeatingThermostatSetpoint","22"
    fibaro.call(53,"setTime",os.time() + numberOfSeconds)
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