Client has 9 misting zones. Each misting zone requires that it be on and zone 10 be on.
So for example if i want Zone 1 ON i have to turn load Zone 1 and Zone 10 ON. If i want Zone 7 ON i have to turn on Zone 7 and Zone 10.
If i want to turn Zone 1 OFF i have to turn off load Zone 1 and Zone 10.
The first issue i ran into is that if someone turns on Misting Zone 1, 2, 3 then they turn off Zone 2...Zones 1 and 3 also stop working because the Zone 10 OFF command was being sent. To work around this i created conditionals that say IF any other zone is ON when i am trying to turn OFF a zone...then don't send the Zone 10 OFF command so that the other zones remain on.
This works perfectly with 2 (ON and OFF) buttons. See triple gang "Mist Zones ON & OFF" keypad under Mist Zones area in example program.
How can i do this with 1 button (9 total, 1 toggle button for ON and OFF of each misting zone)?
Example program information:
In the example program i have an area called Mist Zones. There you will find a triple gang keypad "Mist Zones ON & OFF" and a double gang keypad "Testing 1 Button".
The keypads in the triple gang control station handle ON and OFF buttons for each Mist Zones. The buttons on this keypad all work fine.
The keypads in "Testing 1 Button" have no programming right now. This is where i want to attempt 1 button control of each Mist Zone.