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Alarm HC3


wojtas810

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Gentlemen, a quick question, because in HC2, in the event of an alarm, you could set the selected lights to flash, etc... in HC3, I didn't see this option or I'm blind :)


Give me some advice on how to get to grips with it quickly?

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@wojtas810 You didn't tell which devices you have.

 

If you have a fibaro smoke sensor and a FGS-223 switch module with a light connected. You can use an association between the smoke sensor and the switch module. When the smoke sensor goes off, it can flash the light on the FGS-223.  No scenes needed.

 

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  • On 26.01.2024 at 14:31, Fabir said:

    @wojtas810 Nie napisałeś jakie masz urządzenia.

     

    Jeśli masz czujnik dymu fibaro i moduł przełączający FGS-223 z podłączonym światłem. Można zastosować powiązanie między czujnikiem dymu a modułem przełączającym. Gdy czujnik dymu zgaśnie, może migać lampka na FGS-223. Nie potrzeba żadnych scen.

     

    Opisy ze strony fibaro są

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    I mean specifically the lights that would flash

     

     

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