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  1. I believe this is because of the expected...

    I believe this is because of the expected behaviour of a typical blind motor which uses pulsed inputs. For example if the motor is moving in one direction then to stop it it expects a pulse in the...
  2. Motor relay output connections and a 'Busy'...

    Motor relay output connections and a 'Busy' connection have been added to the motor control object. The former depend on the state of the control relays so different relay configurations will give...
  3. So where is the demand to the motor object coming...

    So where is the demand to the motor object coming from? I.e the signals asking it to open/close/stop?
  4. For motorised control of curtains and blinds...

    For motorised control of curtains and blinds there is a dedicated object. It is the Motor Control object found within the Design Network | Logic Objects list. Various icons are available to represent...
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    How about these: SDM120D or DDS353, or are these...

    How about these: SDM120D or DDS353, or are these not the type you are looking for?
  6. Thread: Outbuildings

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    To some extent it depends on the nature of the...

    To some extent it depends on the nature of the automation you want to implement. If you want to do lighting automation using the Cortex pre-canned functions then typically you would connect the PIR...
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    Buttons don't actually show that they have an...

    Buttons don't actually show that they have an (In) port when queried but posting a Button n=1 does act as a virtual button push. However the double click, single click and long push ports only look...
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    I don't know anything about Applescript/Shell,...

    I don't know anything about Applescript/Shell, but in case of relevance - there was a fix put into CortexW10 very recently to handle some aspect of the POST feature which didn't work the same as it...
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    WiFi would not have been my first technical...

    WiFi would not have been my first technical choice for home automation products, however I have found issues with pretty much all radio protocols which I have experimented with over the years....
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    Just for clarification to others that this matter...

    Just for clarification to others that this matter was resolved when implemented on a relatively recent version of CortexW10. So if anyone else is having difficulties doing something with the Web API...
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    I have in fact found a document providing an...

    I have in fact found a document providing an example of how to set up a watchdog using an LTH module (which could similarly be used for a PLH or LTS module). I've uploaded this to our guidelines...
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    Power cycle is just the most reliable way to...

    Power cycle is just the most reliable way to ensure all modules are reset (since a faulting module might be in some state of not responding to network commands), otherwise a network level broadcast...
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    This is a somewhat legacy part of the...

    This is a somewhat legacy part of the documentation. The watchdog would normally be implemented within the IPD (IPS) module because this has the ability to perform a hard power reset to all the...
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    10.0.6 is the latest public release of CortexW10...

    10.0.6 is the latest public release of CortexW10 but there have been numerous development updates since then (latest just a couple of days ago). You can try a devlopment update if you want to see if...
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    Question is why is the light coming on in the...

    Question is why is the light coming on in the first place? Is it because it has become dark, because someone has pressed a button, because motion has been detected and some other criteria? And do you...
  16. There are always potential problems with 3rd...

    There are always potential problems with 3rd party stuff even if you have so called 'open' architectures. Unless you have a dedicated operation to address everyone else's changes (if doable) you end...
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    The first post is describing a situation where...

    The first post is describing a situation where two Cortex platforms are connected to the same IDRANet with both being in an active state, though one is 'paused'. This allows automatic handover - such...
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    Should be ok, but suggest you do it at a non...

    Should be ok, but suggest you do it at a non critical time and contact us if any issues
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    A development version of CortexW10 is now...

    A development version of CortexW10 is now available which contains a fix for the problem of retreiving e-mails from gmail (and perhaps others which have been problematic). If you would like to try...
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    Unfortunately not.

    Unfortunately not.
  21. I think I'd prefer to act on pulled data rather...

    I think I'd prefer to act on pulled data rather than have to send my usage via a 'smart' meter every 30 minutes, so on that basis sounds like a good option. Time of use tariffs are I think one of the...
  22. Thread: Cortex 'uptime'

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    Try: $ Response 0=$0> at the end Or in general...

    Try: $ Response 0=$0> at the end

    Or in general - When you create the user defined text, right click to bring up the Tag insertion tool then choose Insert objects property and from next list select...
  23. This is just a connection to the telephony object...

    This is just a connection to the telephony object which Cortex puts in as a kind of default like it does for the >24hr unoccupied to the HVAC. I can't imagine it having any relationship to the socket...
  24. Well it isn't what you should expect to see. I...

    Well it isn't what you should expect to see. I guess it must be one of the functions which has reason to access a server. So perhaps just try disabling one by one to determine. Could be for example...
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    I was initially wondering why you used the...

    I was initially wondering why you used the thermal store object rather than the standard hot water control object? But anyhow in relation to the Vacant State signal the problem with this is that it...
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