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Help with Association Groups

Hi all,

could someone please have a look at this to tell me if it’s right what I figured out?

My first goal is to associate a motion sensor with a bulb to turn on the light when motion is detected.

Involved devices:

  1. Fibaro Motion Sensor FGMS-001, ID 6
  2. Oomi Bulb, ID 69

Association group 2 of the sensor seems right:

assoc_sensor

Association group 2 of the bulb:

assoc_bulb

Is this the correct command, or do I have to accociate the bulb to the sensor?

> associations 69 add 2 6.2

Also this could be a way, to use the my Aeotec Wallmote Quad to dim bulbs, right?

Thanks in advance!

Meanwhile I was playing around a little, couldn’t resist… :innocent:
I wanted to switch on/off another Oomi Bulb with a button of my Wallmote Quad.

Involved devices:

  1. Wallmote Quad, ID 34, association group 4 sends the “basic set” command via button 2
  2. Oomi Bulb, ID 71

Entering
> associations 71 add 2 34.4
was completely ignored by the bulb.

Trying vice versa
> associations 34 add 4 71.2
resulted in this output:
> associations 34 show 4

Association 4 {
Max node count: 5
Nodes: 1 71.2
}
But nothing happens when tapping button 2.
Both nodes are in line of sight.

I couldn’t find out which node is source or target in this command.
Am I thinking too simple or what could be wrong? :thinking:

Meanwhile by chance I found an answer I could unserstand in an Aeotec manual:

"The device ID of the device to be controlled must be stored in the controlling devices."

But still don’t have an idea, why this doesn’t work. :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:

This shows that the node 1 and node 71 (endpoint2) will receive the messages from group 4. However does the Oomi bulb have multiple endpoints? Have you tried the command

> associations 34 add 4 71
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Hm, there so many things i’ve tried, I’m not sure. :roll_eyes:

I thought this would add it to the second association group of the bulb, so maybe this was the mistake. :exploding_head:

I’ll give it a try when I’m at home at thursday, thanks so far.

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Yeah! That did the trick! :tada:
Now I can clear up a lot of automations!
Thanks a lot, I will close the ticket and keep on learning. :slightly_smiling_face:

Edit says: you can control the dimming function with the same button by entering:

associations 34 add 5 71.2

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