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Hi, that’s really to wonder about, but there must be some interferences coming from the Nano (what I believe more), or from the transmitter.
By moving the receiver closer or more far from the others, he receives more or less.
When I wrapped an aluminium foil around the other parts (photo), I’m able to move the receiver complete close to the others and he receives everything. So they do definitely influence him.
I‘m also thinking about my former issue with the damaged transmitter (WLAN problem), … what if he damaged also, however, the Nano?
Ok, to Test in addition this, I will have to flash my spare Nano, which I will do the next days.
Otherwise I have to work a bit with the foil in the box 😉
PS. For sure I yesterday already tested other antenna lengths (Lamba/2, standard: Lambda/4) and definitely for sure I only use vertically oriented antennas 😉
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sketch_nov14a: 8: 22: error: MySensor.h: Brak takiego pliku lub katalogu
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MySensor.h: Brak takiego pliku lub katalogu
Donation at this point is not the big effort if you must pay AWS monthly… The only way to go strait and get money to get support with another payed service you must get money for this skill… But at the end, how many users are really use this service and how many people pay your for that.
Setting color to #abcdef and dim level to 70 turns the stripe on and automatically the spot off.
Setting color temp to 100 turns the spot on and automatically turns the stripe off.
This would be okay for me. But I don’t see a chance to turn both off.
dim to 0 let’s the stripe still glow in dark red
Rules and Scripts
Okay, then the only working solution with one rule would be to toggle the relay because it could only have 2 different values (on/off). If the current state is wrong, it could only be the other onewhen every 5s and $relay-5.state is not $relay5_due_state then toggle $relay-5 and log "corrected relay5 to $relay5_due_state"