WHENEVER KitchenLight (Counter 2) CHANGES TO 1 THEN TURN FamilyRmCeiling [3 (A3)] OFF, THEN TURN KitchenCeiling [4 (A4)] OFF, THEN TURN KitchenOverhead [8 (A8)] OFF, THEN TURN FrontDoorLight [5 (A5)] OFF, WHENEVER KitchenLight (Counter 2) CHANGES TO 0 THEN TURN FamilyRmCeiling [3 (A3)] ON, THEN TURN KitchenCeiling [4 (A4)] ON, THEN TURN KitchenOverhead [8 (A8)] ON, THEN TURN FrontDoorLight [5 (A5)] ON, WHENEVER Dinner Lights (Task 3) IS ACTIVATED THEN TOGGLE KitchenLight (Counter 2)
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Using Elk M1KP1 (keypad) as Zone Controller
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Posted 12 March 2010 - 06:05 PM
I have a keypad located near kitchen area. This rule emulates a multi-light zone controller – albeit at a much cheaper price. The fade rate can adjusted based on entry and exit requirements. Pressing F6 on M1KP1 turns on all the lights listed below. Pressing F6 again turns all the lights off.
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