LightwaveRF is a little liek X10 if you are familiar with that, i control it via the RFX controller, so yes every time i use the lightwave remote, the state does change in Vera, but it cannot be polled for state, its only 1 way communication
Rex, what does this condition do ? : WasAuto1 AutoOn1; LightOn1 < 10
The intention is that it shows that Light1 was turned on by PLEG condition/action AutoOn1. It will be true if LightOn1 last became true less than 10 seconds after AutoOn1 last became true. AutoOn1 can only be true if the motion detector fires while Lightlevel is < 70 and Light1 is off. The reason for the 10 second test is to prevent old AutoOn1 events (previous day, week, …) from being considered.
Well if you use that remote … this logic will not respond.
Is it possible for your remote to act more like a scene controller and have Vera actually initiate the light change ? Then Vera will always know the light status.
I focused on the 1-way and missed the part about Vera seeing the status.
@RichardTSchaefer’s suggestion and my most-recent one are essentially the same logic. The main difference is that I am suggesting that you handle each light individually so you still get auto on and off for one light even if you switch the other on manually.
yes i can understand the logic behind both ways now which is great. I have already changed mine now, so waiting for the dark to try… did not have time to try earlier, otherwise would have changed the dark levels and tried in the daylight
For starters, you have your first condition “Fan$Off” referring to the status of a condition “Fan$Short” that happens after it. You’re going to have to reorder them so that “Fan$Off” is after “Fan$Idle” and “Fan$Short” so that the status’ of those conditions have been evaluated before PLEG gets to “Fan$Off”