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    I have multiple battery powered Nest Protects through the house, and I am trying to create an event that is triggered when my Nest Protects detect smoke or carbon monoxide. Does anyone have instructions on how to do this?

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    create one event similar to the one below for each of your protect, or if you have the EasyTrigger plugin you could create a group for all your protect devices and then only have one event and one trigger.

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    • #3
      Spud, I happen upon this thread whilst looking for Nest Protect inclusion within ImperiHome …. You make reference to using EasyTrigger Group, which implies that if any Nest Protect alarms as designated within the group that a common action would execute providing that the trigger/conditions are meet my question is what if I want the specific Nest to lets say speak that either C02 or Smoke has occurred how in the Group setting would one do this? Mike
      Computer: CUK Intel NUC7i7BNH
      Op System: Windows 10 Pro - Work Station
      HS Version: HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.435

      Plug-Ins: BLBackup, BLGData, BLRoombaWifi, Device History, EasyTrigger, ImperiHome, Nest, PHLocation, Pushover 3P, Restart, Sonos, UltraCID3, UltraWeatherWU3, Z-Wave, and Jon00 scripts.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MNB View Post
        Spud, I happen upon this thread whilst looking for Nest Protect inclusion within ImperiHome …. You make reference to using EasyTrigger Group, which implies that if any Nest Protect alarms as designated within the group that a common action would execute providing that the trigger/conditions are meet my question is what if I want the specific Nest to lets say speak that either C02 or Smoke has occurred how in the Group setting would one do this? Mike
        When a an EasyTrigger group triggers an event the plugin sets a bunch of global variables that let you know which device is the source of the trigger.
        Look at the example in the user guide: https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/ul...175#post864175

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        • #5
          Many thanxs, as always you're the man with the answers.. Mike
          Computer: CUK Intel NUC7i7BNH
          Op System: Windows 10 Pro - Work Station
          HS Version: HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.435

          Plug-Ins: BLBackup, BLGData, BLRoombaWifi, Device History, EasyTrigger, ImperiHome, Nest, PHLocation, Pushover 3P, Restart, Sonos, UltraCID3, UltraWeatherWU3, Z-Wave, and Jon00 scripts.

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