Switch off at a set time

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joerod
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Switch off at a set time

Post by joerod » 08 Dec 2015 06:50

Hello,

I'm looking for the best way to have my switch turn off at a specific time. Currently the switch is using Daylight to turn the switch on at sunset.

I tried using a logical rule for this but it's not working.

Thanks in advance.

joerod
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by joerod » 08 Dec 2015 07:40


pz1
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by pz1 » 08 Dec 2015 11:14

joerod wrote:I tried using a logical rule for this but it's not working.
In Logical rules the time constraints can only be used to limit responses to triggers from other events within the set time frame. Passing a certain point in time does not trigger the rule

EdwardPayne
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by EdwardPayne » 08 Dec 2015 14:32

I'm using the app Scheduled Scene to turn ON a scene at a given time.
And another Scheduled Scene to turn OFF a scene at a given time.

Works like a charm.

Plainsane
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by Plainsane » 10 Dec 2015 05:13

EdwardPayne wrote:I'm using the app Scheduled Scene to turn ON a scene at a given time.
And another Scheduled Scene to turn OFF a scene at a given time.

Works like a charm.
I think that is the best way. Cumbersome, but works well. I just hate having 12 scenes when I could get away with 6 schedules

joerod
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by joerod » 10 Dec 2015 05:17

Yep I figured that out myself, I then had to change the timezone in the z-wave interface.

tomshuette
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by tomshuette » 30 Nov 2016 14:18

the time condition in the logical modul is not a trigger?
thats a bat think, if the sensor value condition set bevor

pz1
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Re: Switch off at a set time

Post by pz1 » 30 Nov 2016 17:19

tomshuette wrote:the time condition in the logical modul is not a trigger?
No, it is NOT a trigger. It is the time envelope in which the sensor events will trigger the action part. Sensor events happening outside that period will be ignored

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