Blocky with protected switches

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Blocky with protected switches

Postby stuiow » Monday 09 January 2017 13:17

Hi all,

I have 4 switches i need to protected via domoticz so they are not accidentally turned off when they are supposed to be on.

If i were to protect these switches, would this affect the blocky events, will they still be able to be switched OK?

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Also using Evohome HGI80, RFXTRX433E and a Aeotec Gen5 stick. Mainly a Z-Wave system.
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Re: Blocky with protected switches

Postby gizmocuz » Monday 09 January 2017 13:23

Press edit on the switch, and enable the checkbox for protection
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Re: Blocky with protected switches

Postby stuiow » Monday 09 January 2017 13:44

and doing that wont affect blocky's ability to change them?
Now setup on a RPI3.
Also using Evohome HGI80, RFXTRX433E and a Aeotec Gen5 stick. Mainly a Z-Wave system.
My weather (Davis vantage Pro2) data is obtained by weatherunderground

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Re: Blocky with protected switches

Postby gizmocuz » Monday 09 January 2017 13:46

Nope, but of course you can test this yourself ?
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Re: Blocky with protected switches

Postby stuiow » Monday 09 January 2017 13:53

thanks
Now setup on a RPI3.
Also using Evohome HGI80, RFXTRX433E and a Aeotec Gen5 stick. Mainly a Z-Wave system.
My weather (Davis vantage Pro2) data is obtained by weatherunderground


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