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Thread: Venetian Blind Programming For A seeTouch Button

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    Venetian Blind Programming For A seeTouch Button

    Client would like to use a single button on a seeTouch keypad to open/close and change the tilt associated with a venetian blind; anyone have any creative ideas using press/hold/double tap conditional logic (using manual/auto sequences may be the best way to go here) to make that happen which is reasonable?

    thanks

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    Hello jkvossen,
    Thank you for your post.
    I am assuming this is being programmed is HWQS? If so then a manual sequence would be a good basic solution. A conditional would be required if you only want the button to execute certain steps if it is for example fully closed. You can send us the specifics to hwsupport@lutron.com and we can write a sample if you would like.

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    yeah, it's a QS system. I was also thinking about using a manual sequence in the same vein as the shade "open/close/stop" model; just add the tilt in there as one of the steps...thanks

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