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    Help with new TV and wattage fluctuations

    So, I use the aeon plug to turn my TV room lights back on to full bright white when I turn off the TV. I use the Wattage to determine when the TV is off. However, I just purchased a new Sony OLED TV and now the wattage seems to always be fluctuating. Even when I have turned the TV off. Plus when the TV is on, its' wattage is up and down. So now when I turn the TV off, my lights don't do what I want them to because the wattage doesn't fall below the state that I have tried to figure it to be to work. I can't seem to zero in on a good wattage because it fluctuates too much. Any suggestions?

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    Test the plug-in for 30 days...If you find it interesting then...

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      #3
      I was just asking in that forum if it works for HS4 and new Sony TV's. Thanks, I will give it a go.

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        #4
        Originally posted by pcgirl65 View Post
        I was just asking in that forum if it works for HS4 and new Sony TV's. Thanks, I will give it a go.
        Check on the "Tip" above as well.


        Plus this if you are on HS4 : https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-oled (Or https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-bravia) And control with the HS Nodes : https://github.com/HomeSeer/node-red...-device-update

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          #5
          I solve this in my event like
          If wattage is below X for at least yY seconds then...

          If the event system dont allow this then use counters like
          If wattage is set below Y then set counter to 0 seconds - start counter
          (might need to set a No retrigger option for some time)

          In another event
          If counter becomes Y seconds then ....
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            #6
            I thought about that except then the lights won't come back on for a number of seconds that I have in the event. Because the wattage fluctuates so much. I will look at the log and see if I can pin it down to how many seconds between fluctuations.

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