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SCENES: delay between objects sequence?
#1
To avoid shooting dozens of telegrams simultaneously in the bus (and risk losing someone, such as with DALI reactors), is it possible to enter a programmable delay between one sequence and another?

Thanx

Peppe
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#2
I’m also interested in this. Is there some way to solve this? And if the function is come to a new update or something?
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#3
In RC2 we added option to add delay between scene objects.
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Ctrl+F5
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#4
Is this coming to HomeLynk soon as well?
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#5
Yes during the Summer there will be new FW for SE which will include this.
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#6
Hi, 

For latest firmware...

In a scene sequence if we insert delay between three objects each trigger counts from the beginning of scene or from previous object execution? I.e. if first object's delay is 0sec, second object's delay is 5sec, and third object's delay is 5sec then the third object, starting from the beginning will be triggered after 5 or 10sec?

Also why do we need the status object for the scene?

Thank you in advance
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#7
Delay is starting after telegram is sent to previous object.
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#8
Status object value is used in "save live values" if status object is set.
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#9
Hi there ,
In Netx, there is a paramter called telegram send period. LM5 is sending parameters with 30msec if there is no delay on script or scene. Is there any general a parameter like send telegrams with 100 msec. If we can change or increase send period, it will be great.
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#10
+1 There are more questions for this ..
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