First of all, I want to indicate that I offer to do them myself. And I write this post to: first, request the opinion of the Z-wave.me team on whether they find it interesting to do these macros and; second, in case the answer was yes, request their technical support while I do the development (I have seen that the macros they are defined in the ZUNO_Definitions.h file, but I think I'm going to need more information to start creating the new macros).
Next, I indicate, in a preliminary way, what these macros would consist of:
- I thought that, in principle, macros would belong to the macro family ZUNO_SWITCH _...
- The first of the macros would be to control the operating mode of an air conditioning unit with the following options: OFF, COLD, HOT, AUTO, ON, FAN, DEHUMIDIFICATION.
- The second of the macros would be to control the operating speed of a fan coil unit. You should be able to choose one of several possible speeds.
- The third of the macros would be to control a group of underfloor heating valves and it should allow choosing that each of the valves works independently, with the possibility of ON / OFF in each valve. NOTE: I have seen that each valve can be controlled by assigning a ZUNO_SWITСH_BINARY () channel to each of the valves, but that consumes one ZUNO channel for each valve. My proposal has the purpose of saving ZUNO channels, using a kind of SWITCH_MULTICHANNEL for a group of valves independent of each other. I have tried to use a ZUNO_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL () and, together with a specific Arduino program, it works correctly for me; thus, with a single channel, I can control several floor valves; which in my case, there are 2 groups with 8 valves in each group.