- Joe BMemberApril 21, 2008 at 4:25 pmPost count: 36
I’m pretty new to EZSrve and its HTML interface. Is there a way to create a group containing only x10 devices? I have tried creating a group when I add the device, but it doesn’t seem to work.paulnMemberApril 21, 2008 at 5:13 pmPost count: 408
Groups only apply to Insteon devices.
What are you hoping to accomplish? Are you looking for a single action to trigger an X10 scene?Joe BMemberApril 21, 2008 at 7:06 pmPost count: 36
Yes. I have a mixed x10/Insteon network, and up until now I’ve only been using the Insteon devices by their x10 address. Do I have to create a separate macro triggered by the same x10 command for the x10 only devices, or is there a way to group them?newmans_99MemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:27 pmPost count: 131
@Joe B wrote:
Do I have to create a separate macro triggered by the same x10 command for the x10 only devices, or is there a way to group them?
I didn’t see a response to this question. I am trying to do the same. Right now I only have 30 X10 devices so this isn’t a HUGE problem but if I want things to be a bit more complex or add a few more devices this will become a headache. Oh, and the real trouble is that I have to create both ON and OFF macros. So a single X10 Scene with 12 items would require 24 Macros.
StevepaulnMemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:32 pmPost count: 408
Is it possible to set them to unique house codes for groups? You can do an all-on, all-off for a given house.
If this will not work, we are considering providing the means to send a command to an entire configured area, so you can add X10 devices into an area, and then send a command.newmans_99MemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:39 pmPost count: 131
we are considering providing the means to send a command to an entire configured area, so you can add X10 devices into an area, and then send a command.
HUGE enhancement. This would be great.
Another option I would like would be to allow a user to add one or more items to the triggered items list. This is a bit more granular but the benefit is that I would not have to create a large number of “sub-ares”. For example:
AREA: Great Room
SUB-AREA: GR Lights
SUB-AREA: GR Outlets
SUB-AREA: GR Fan
Instead I could say,
IF M01=ON THEN
Without this granular control I would have to turn ON all lights in the Great Room Area and then create a event/macro to turn off the ones I don’t want (only 2 of them).
BTW: It would be helpful if this was for Timers, Events, and Macros. That way I could do the same there.
SteveJoe BMemberJuly 12, 2008 at 12:15 pmPost count: 36
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