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Beitrag von Madelaide » 15.06.2018, 13:20

Hi All,

I've been using iobroker for a few months now after coming from Homeseer, and various other solutions for HA. I have been using googletranslate a LOT because obviously this product is mostly German documented.

One thing I cannot work out is how to script or control an ALL ON or ALL OFF command in zwave iobroker. :?:

All the other zwave systems I have used it has been a simple "zwave command", add it to a button or script and done.

Can someone PLEASE advise how to implement this?


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Re: Zwave ALLOFF /ALL ON ?

Beitrag von Dutchman » 15.06.2018, 13:23


As far as I know the open zwave library does not have a button all in or off.
ioBroker is based on objects by device, so I would suggest to create a scene or script (JavaScript or blockly) which is triggered by an object you create for all on or off and include all object with the switch command on or off based on that value.

Scenes are usable for that, I personally prefer blockly for this kind of automations.


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Re: Zwave ALLOFF /ALL ON ?

Beitrag von kmxak » 15.06.2018, 13:35


simple manual solution is like dutchman said to create a script or scene and add all switched to it.

i have some zwave switches that have all same objekt names. it should be possible to list them all automaticly and create a new objekt to swtich them all.
( is my object tree)

I think there is also a other way. All my switches have the option switch all.

I found this:

But i have not tested this and no idea so far how to implement this.
Gruß Alex

HP Gen 8 ESXi + HP Gen 7 ESXi Backup Server - VM Debian FHEM + ioBroker
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Re: Zwave ALLOFF /ALL ON ?

Beitrag von Madelaide » 25.07.2018, 12:19

Thankyou for the replies.

I have about 100 devices, a mix on binary, dimmer, motor controllers and sensors so a loop with on off isn't really an option, without some type testing at least.

ALL OFF ALL ON is such a basic zwave function, it is hard to believe it isn't implemented by openwave. Oh well