Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

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Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by Falken » Thursday 22 February 2018 22:27

Hi!

I am very new to the Blockly universe, and even more new to the Domoticz automations system.

I am trying to create my first Blockly script, that I want to control a light scheme (Philips Hue) when movement is detected by a simple 433 mhz motion detector. It should only activate between 20:35 and 06:45.

WHAT am I doing wrong? I have redone this script 45 times, so if this result looks like complete bulls*it, my explanation is that I have re done it so many time that it broke.. :lol:
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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by StanHD » Thursday 22 February 2018 22:57

Try:-

If [(Rorel....... = On) and (Time >= 20:35 Or Time <= 06:45)]

Note that you also have the second time set to greater, rather than less.



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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by i000 » Thursday 22 February 2018 22:58

Hi, you can change to this diagram:
If (Motion =on) and ( Time >XX or Time < XX)

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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by Domosapiens » Friday 23 February 2018 16:34

Start with the AND block
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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by StanHD » Friday 23 February 2018 17:27

Will this help?

The lower example uses "External Inputs" on the And block, which I find easier to understand. That's just a personal choice though. :)

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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by markk » Friday 23 February 2018 18:34

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Re: Nightlights, on movement, between 20:35 and 06:45

Post by Falken » Friday 23 February 2018 22:56

StanHD wrote:Try:-

If [(Rorel....... = On) and (Time >= 20:35 Or Time <= 06:45)]

Note that you also have the second time set to greater, rather than less.
Haha, that's what I meant when I said I scripted it to s*it! I tried so many combinations not knowing what I was doing that it eventually broke.
StanHD wrote:Will this help?

The lower example uses "External Inputs" on the And block, which I find easier to understand. That's just a personal choice though. :)

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This does indeed help! It's working now!

Thanks to all of you who have responded. Great to know that this forum is out there with talented souls like your selves!

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