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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by Summerguy View Post
    Solved with new hardware

    http://hpics.li/48c166e
    Good! That is what I suspected from watching your video.

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  • MattL0
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    Solved with new hardware

    http://hpics.li/48c166e

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  • MattL0
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    Originally posted by cowinger View Post
    We agree Randy with this as I stated in post #5 that it could be that simple but I tried to help using the virtual switch. Maybe you can help him.

    The only other thing is that the appliance module, I agree, should be able to handle the inrush current, I still wonder if there is still something wrong with the appliance module itself. Could it just be faulty. Trying a different module would answer that question.
    thank you for your help. In fact , it did permit me to know tthe difference between :

    -has been changed to
    -is set to



    but practically the difference is thin i think

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  • cowinger
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    I have been watching this thread. While I really don't understand why there needs to be a virtual device, the original events posted would not cause this action. Why not turn the appliance module On at 8:00AM and Off at 11:00PM?
    We agree Randy with this as I stated in post #5 that it could be that simple but I tried to help using the virtual switch. Maybe you can help him.

    The only other thing is that the appliance module, I agree, should be able to handle the inrush current, I still wonder if there is still something wrong with the appliance module itself. Could it just be faulty. Trying a different module would answer that question.

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  • MattL0
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    thank you i think i will point this thread to support !


    As for the virtual device.. it is just easier for me to manage in my event section..

    i have a section called '' turn off at night '' and i have a bunch of event in this section
    Last edited by MattL0; October 20th, 2017, 12:42 PM.

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  • rprade
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    I have been watching this thread. While I really don't understand why there needs to be a virtual device, the original events posted would not cause this action. Why not turn the appliance module On at 8:00AM and Off at 11:00PM?

    In your video, the On/Off of the relay stops when you unplug the water cooler. That must be a problem with the module. There is no way the events would quit running when the cooler is unplugged. The cooler is only rated at 1.2A and the appliance module should be good for 1/2 HP, about 3X what the cooler draws.
    Last edited by rprade; October 20th, 2017, 12:48 PM.

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  • cowinger
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    Originally posted by Summerguy View Post
    Same issue this morning at 8 am
    Instead of "changes and becomes" change it to "had it's value set to" and try again.

    You could change your times to something that will make it run today.

    Turn on your water machine a minute before 1pm. Or any combo of times.

    If time is 1pm
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to on

    If time is 1:05pm
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to off

    If it works set the times back to original and then turn water machine back off so it will come on at 8am and off at 11pm.
    Last edited by cowinger; October 20th, 2017, 11:11 AM.

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  • MattL0
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    Same issue this morning at 8 am

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  • MattL0
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    Originally posted by cowinger View Post
    If time is 11pm
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to on

    If time is 8am
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to off

    If nightime water machine virtual device changes and becomes on
    Then turn off water machine

    If nightime water machine virtual device changes and becomes off
    Then turn on water machine

    I think I got it right.

    ok i will try that, thank you!!

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  • MattL0
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    Here my log this morning ( with the clipping )


    Oct-19 8:00:00 AM Z-Wave Device: Basement Bedroom Water Machine Set to 255
    Oct-19 8:00:00 AM Device Control Device: Basement Bedroom Water Machine to On (255)
    Oct-19 8:00:00 AM Event Event Trigger "Water machine Water machine on during day"
    Oct-19 8:00:00 AM Device Control Device: Unknown Unknown Nightime water machine to Off (0)
    Oct-19 8:00:00 AM Event Event Trigger "time of day with virtual device nightime off water machine"

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  • cowinger
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    Originally posted by Summerguy View Post
    I already did what you said , i had the same behavior...i changed the logic not because of this problem, but because I changed all my timed device in the house last week. I have the same logic for sensors / lights etc.. and it is all good ..

    The logic i see for my event is this:

    If it is 11 pm then '' nightime water machine'' vitual device is ON

    IF night time water machine is ON than it will put the zwave wave node ''water machine'' to OFF.

    In The morning... If it is 8:00 am then '' nightime water machine'' vitual device is OFF.

    IF night time water machine is OFF then it will put the zwave wave node ''water machine'' to ON.

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    If time is 11pm
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to on

    If time is 8am
    Then set night time water machine virtual device to off

    If nightime water machine virtual device changes and becomes on
    Then turn off water machine

    If nightime water machine virtual device changes and becomes off
    Then turn on water machine

    I think I got it right.

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  • MattL0
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    I already did what you said , i had the same behavior...i changed the logic not because of this problem, but because I changed all my timed device in the house last week. I have the same logic for sensors / lights etc.. and it is all good ..

    The logic i see for my event is this:

    If it is 11 pm then '' nightime water machine'' vitual device is ON

    IF night time water machine is ON than it will put the zwave wave node ''water machine'' to OFF.

    In The morning... If it is 8:00 am then '' nightime water machine'' vitual device is OFF.

    IF night time water machine is OFF then it will put the zwave wave node ''water machine'' to ON.

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  • cowinger
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    Originally posted by Summerguy View Post
    Thank , i uploaded the first post

    and here are two pictures of my events:


    https://ibb.co/dXEHQm
    https://ibb.co/jcrYWR
    Your second event is making it turn itself off and on continuously. disable these events. The first event should turn it off at 8am and second event on at 11pm. If you get another machine you can simply call it <name> Water Machine.

    event 1
    If time is 8am
    Then turn off bedroom water machine

    event 2
    If time is 11pm
    Then turn on bedroom water machine
    Last edited by cowinger; October 19th, 2017, 12:35 PM.

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  • MattL0
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    Thank , i uploaded the first post

    and here are two pictures of my events:


    https://ibb.co/dXEHQm
    https://ibb.co/jcrYWR

    So if nightime is on .... water machine is OFF

    if nightime is off ....water machine is ON

    i created a virtual device called '' nightime water machine''

    and there is the z wave node ( seen by alexa etc) called ''water machine''

    it give me more freedom like that , if i buy another water machine i will just have to change the events related to ''nightime water machine''
    Last edited by MattL0; October 19th, 2017, 12:44 PM.

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  • cowinger
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    I think everyone is going to want more info like which device you are using to control with and a pic of the event you are using.

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