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Shutter Lock signal
#1
Hi.

I have a case where, as soon as anyone use the manual buttons for shutters i want to send a "1" to lock the automatic function in a shutter actuator

The objects is:

UP/DOWN 1bit (0/1)
STOP 1bit (0)

LOCK AUTOMATICS 1bit (1)

Is there a script that check an adress if it gets any kind of telegram even if it´s "1" or "0" and can send a "1" to a output..


Best regards
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#2
Hi.

Here is a simple script for your function.

value = grp.getvalue('1/1/1') -- upp/down adress

if value >= 0 or value <= 1 then

grp.write('1/1/2', 1) -- lock automatics
end

sorry, delete the group adress in the first line.

value = grp.getvalue()

then put the script in up/down object.
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#3
Since your UP/DOWN object is 1 bit and you don't care about the value there's no need for comparison.

Another point is that event.getvalue() should be used instead of grp.getvalue(). Since the return value for 1 bit objects is true/false then comparison with 0/1 will not work.

You just need one line in your script attached to UP/DOWN object, change 1/1/2 to your LOCK object address:
Code:
grp.write('1/1/2', true)
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#4
(11.05.2019, 18:46)Rauschentofft Wrote: Hi.

Here is a simple script for your function.

value = grp.getvalue('1/1/1') -- upp/down adress

if value >= 0 or value <= 1 then

   grp.write('1/1/2', 1) -- lock automatics
end

sorry, delete the group adress in the first line.

value = grp.getvalue()

then put the script in up/down object.

Hi.
Thank you for the help...
I think i got it to work with some small modefy

value = grp.getvalue() -- upp/down adress
if value == upp or value == down then
  grp.write('10/1/2', true) -- lock automatics
end

Best regards
Anders

(13.05.2019, 06:17)admin Wrote: Since your UP/DOWN object is 1 bit and you don't care about the value there's no need for comparison.

Another point is that event.getvalue() should be used instead of grp.getvalue(). Since the return value for 1 bit objects is true/false then comparison with 0/1 will not work.

You just need one line in your script attached to UP/DOWN object, change 1/1/2 to your LOCK object address:
Code:
grp.write('1/1/2', true)

Is it so simple ??
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#5
It works but it does the same thing as just having one line:
Code:
grp.write('10/1/2', true) -- lock automatics

Here's what your current script does:

value = grp.getvalue() - no address/name is passed to grp.getvalue(), so value is nil

if value == upp or value == down then - both upp and down are not defined so they are nil, so the actual comparison is if nil == nil or nil == nil then
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#6
(13.05.2019, 06:45)AndersH Wrote:
(11.05.2019, 18:46)Rauschentofft Wrote: Hi.

Here is a simple script for your function.

value = grp.getvalue('1/1/1') -- upp/down adress

if value >= 0 or value <= 1 then

   grp.write('1/1/2', 1) -- lock automatics
end

sorry, delete the group adress in the first line.

value = grp.getvalue()

then put the script in up/down object.

Hi.
Thank you for the help...
I think i got it to work with some small modefy

value = grp.getvalue() -- upp/down adress
if value == upp or value == down then
  grp.write('10/1/2', true) -- lock automatics
end

Best regards
Anders

(13.05.2019, 06:17)admin Wrote: Since your UP/DOWN object is 1 bit and you don't care about the value there's no need for comparison.

Another point is that event.getvalue() should be used instead of grp.getvalue(). Since the return value for 1 bit objects is true/false then comparison with 0/1 will not work.

You just need one line in your script attached to UP/DOWN object, change 1/1/2 to your LOCK object address:
Code:
grp.write('1/1/2', true)

Is it so simple ??

Ha ha.... Yes it´s working with that simple line, amazing... Smile

I also have a light color control via a template that the customer want´s to stop in the same way, if you use the manual dimming button, it must be possible
in the same type of script line ?!

//Anders
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