Create scenario (sensors - security)


Scenario settings “Alarm! Gas leak!” and automation “Running the created scenario when the natural gas leak sensor is triggered”: shut off the gas supply to the house, turn on the ventilation at maximum power, turn off all controlled sockets and lighting in the room where the gas leak is detected

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Create a new scenario

● In the Dashboard window, at the bottom right, you need to select Automations● To create a new automation, click on the "+" icon● In the list that appears, select Scenario

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2

Select devices

● A window opens with a list of all executable devices configured in the system● You can specify the name of the scenario by clicking on the "pencil" icon in the upper right corner of the screen. For example, “Alarm! Gas leak"!● Choose a gas shut-off valve, fan, lamp and controlled sockets in the room where the gas leak sensor is located● Then click on the "arrow" in the lower right corner of the screen and go to the scenario settings

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3

Setting the valve and fan operation

● Select "Turn on" for the valve and for the fan

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Note: The gas shut-off valve is usually configured in the system at a relay output with a pulse mode. Make sure the valve is working properly. If necessary, adjust the pulse duration.

Important! Often, homes have a ready-made certified gas leakage protection system, which consists of a gas leak detector and a gas shut-off valve. In this case, you do not need to configure the valve in the system, it is enough to connect the detector output (dry contact) to the controller input to obtain information about the emergency situation.

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Setting the turning off of the lights and controlled outlets

● For the lamp and controlled sockets, select "Turn off"

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Important! The scenario runs in the same order in which the items are placed on the screen.

The result of the described steps:

A scenario has been created that shuts off the gas supply to the house, turns on ventilation, turns off lighting and controlled sockets in the selected room.

Note: You can run this scenario from Dashboard. And you can configure automation to run the script using a gas leak sensor, specifying the created scenario as an executable device.

5

Create a new automation to activate the scenario

● In the Dashboard window, at the bottom right you need to select Automations● To create a new automation, click on the "+" icon● In the list that appears, select "Automation"

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Select devices

● A window opens with a list of all devices configured in the system● You can specify the name of the automation by clicking on the "pencil" icon in the upper right corner of the screen● In the section With what to manage, select the desired gal leak sensor● In the What to manage section, the scenario we created● Then click on the "arrow" in the lower right corner of the screen and go to the automation settings

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Automation settings

● For the sensor you need to select from the list the type of event (for example "Gas leak detected"), and for the scenario "Start"● After completing all the settings, click the "save" icon

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The result of the described steps:

Each time the gas leak sensor is triggered, the “Alarm! Gas leak!” scenario will start.

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