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    Bonjour,

    J’ai une installation Btcino (bus) que je pilote avec unF454 et la box Jeedom (en DIY).

    Pas de problème pour commander une lumière avec une trame *1*1*15## par ex.

    Savez vous si il est possible, dans une seule trame , de commander plusieurs lampes avec leurs ID ? ex : lampes 15, 20, 44 ??

    Merci pour votre aide !

    Philippe




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    hi, Philippe

    i think these are scenar functions

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by  babor.
    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by  babor.



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    Hi Babor,

    Thank you for your reply!

    Yes, I know this way, it is quite easy to write scenar function in Jeedom. It is probably the easiest way to manage several lights.

    I was just wondering if it was possible with OWN syntax to write a such command as the lights will be turn on or off instantly!

    Regards,

    Philippe

     




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    Philippe,

    [0-9] -> Area: Area = 8 *who*what*8## for example *1*0*8##

    [#0-#9] -> Group: Group = 2 *who*what*#2## for example *1*1#2## – turn on for the second group light

    0 -> General for example *1*0*0## turn off all light

    Where (extended) -> through virtual configuration

    [0-10] -> Area: Area = 8 *who*what*8##

    [0-10][1-15] -> Area light Point : Area = 8 Light= 12  *who*what*86##

    [#0-#9] -> Group: Group = 2 *who*what*#2##

    0 -> General

    good luck

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by  babor.



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    virtual configuration:

    [0-10][1-15] -> Area light Point : Area=10 Light=1

    for example: *1*1*1001##,

    but this sequence is not valid  *1*1*101##

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    that sequence should be *1*1*1001##




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    exactly




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    *1*1*47#4#01## Turn on light 4.7 on interface 1 (#4#01)

    *1*1*0415## Turn on light 4.15 on local interface

    *2*1*91#4#03## open (1) shutter 9.1 in on interface 3 (#4#03)*#4*#1*#14*0225*3## Set heating zone 1 manually ON to 22.5°C

    *0*5*89##        launch scenario #5, connected to address 89

    *0*9*48#4#02##   launch scenario #9, connected to address 48 on interface 2

    *2*1*15##        Shutter 15 UP

    *2*2*15##        Shutter 15 DOWN

    *2*0*15##        Shutter 15 STOP

    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by  babor.
    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by  babor.



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    Set mode
    *4*102*5## set zone 5 in anti-freeze mode
    *4*110*5## set zone 5 in manual mode
    *4*303*5## set zone 5 OFF

    Set temperature
    *#4*#5*#14*0250*3## set zone 5 to 22.5°C

    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by  babor.



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