Hi again everyone!
I am a bit disappointed about my improvements in dealing with my shutter module(s).
When Osorkon wrote that FRS3 does not have a stop button (and i was not able to “virtually program” one, i decided to try, as an alternative (and because of a lot of positive meanings in the forum), the
Qubino Flush Shutter (ZMNHCD1) and installed the beta app on my homey pro.
As i wrote on top i do NOT plan to have a switch or button to control the shutter once the Qubino is integrated. Nevertheless i temporarily installed now a double switch for integrating the flush shutter.
I successfully calibrated the shutter and besides the fact that i have to invert 0%/100% for opening/closing (because motor is on the “wrong” side) everything works fine.
What happens now is: i can control the Qubino via the temporarily installed double switch (switching I2 (down) for less than 2 sec. makes the shutter move downwards until i switch I2 another time. Switching I2 for more than 2 sec. makes the shutter move until i switch I2 “OFF”. So exactly as written in the manual. Same for I1.
But i am not able to reproduce that via an virtual switch in the homey app!!!
Using the Virtual Device app (no matter if i install/select Shutter, Light (so on/off only), up/neutral/down…etc…) does NOT bring the desired result. Each and every time after creating the respective flow:
e.g.: IF “virtual device shutter switch” is ON, THEN “qubino flush shutter” set dim to 100%, i cannot stop the movement, neither by pressing the flow button nor the “virtual button” again. In the best case it makes a little break and then continues to move in the before seleceted direction…
Where is my error of reasoning?
Did anyone try to programme that before and was successful?
I am getting a little desperate already because i don´t know if it is the shutter or my programming that causes this misbehaviour of the shutter…
I am REALLY looking forward to reading your advices. As i mentioned above, if i don´t get that task solved, i can not order the remaining modules…
Thank you very much!!