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    Motor doesn't recognise stop

    Hey,I'm trying to integrate a Motor LQSE-4M. #OUTPUT,ID,2 and #OUTPUT,ID,3 are working correctly. The problem is that after the "Travel time", if you raise or lower and then you try to stop with #OUTPUT,ID,4, the stop command is not working.If you use a button to raise or lower the blind, then the stop command starts to work. Until the next time you use al the travel time.Do you know what's wrong?BTW, despite what the Integration Protocol says, #OUTPU,ID,1,100 doesn't work for motors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzulian View Post
    Hey,I'm trying to integrate a Motor LQSE-4M. #OUTPUT,ID,2 and #OUTPUT,ID,3 are working correctly. The problem is that after the "Travel time", if you raise or lower and then you try to stop with #OUTPUT,ID,4, the stop command is not working.If you use a button to raise or lower the blind, then the stop command starts to work. Until the next time you use al the travel time.Do you know what's wrong?BTW, despite what the Integration Protocol says, #OUTPU,ID,1,100 doesn't work for motors.
    On some motors you have to send stop and down or stop and up.
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