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    What is the difference between different LED Logic options

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    Can you please explain the difference between the different LED logic options.


    1. Room - LED is on (true) when at least one of the zones in the Press List is on. Otherwise, the LED is off (false). Room logic is typically used as a monitoring function (i.e. Are any of the basement lights on?).
    2. Scene - LED is on (true) when all of the zones in the Preset List are at the exact programmed levels. Otherwise the LED is off (false). Scene logic is typically used to tell what state a room is in (i.e. Is the Family Room in the Entertain Scene?).
    3. Pathway - LED is on (true) when all of the zones in the Preset List are on at any level. Otherwise the LED is off (false). Pathway logic is typically used to tell whether or not a path is lit up. (i.e. Is there a lit path to get from the Kitchen to the Master Bedroom?).
    4. Via Integration - LED will turn on or off only when the system receives a command from a third party system to change the state of the LED
    5. Defined by Sequence - The LED is controlled as defined in the steps of the sequence programmed to the button
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    The quick tip I like to give people is to look at the engraving:
    Noun/Place (Kitchen, Bed, Bath, etc.) - Room Logic
    Verb/Action (Entertain, Prepare, Dine, etc.) - Scene Logic

    Obviously there are some exceptions like 'Movie' since this is a noun but technically you are shortening 'Watch Movie' which is an action so I would used scene logic.

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    1. Pathway - LED is on (true) when all of the zones in the Preset List are on at any level. Otherwise the LED is off (false). Pathway logic is typically used to tell whether or not a path is lit up. (i.e. Is there a lit path to get from the Kitchen to the Master Bedroom?).
    is it work if one of the zone in the preset list is Unaffected or 0 ?

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    stevi,

    If you press a button that had one of the zones on the pathway button's scene as unaffected, it will look at the previous value that it was at to see if it was 0 or above 0. If there is a zone that is 0 on the pathway scene, the LED will be off. All zones on the pathway must be on to any level other than 0.

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