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    Cycle Dim and Integration Programming

    When third party systems are being programmed to control the HomeWorks QS system, they are usually sending button presses. A sample button press integration command will have the format:

    #DEVICE,<ID>,<BUTTON #>, 3

    When cycle dim is programmed to the button, due to the back end programming cycle dim required, a release would need to be sent instead of a press in order to control this button from a third party system. A button release integration command will have the format:

    #DEVICE,<ID>,<BUTTON #>, 4

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    Update:

    If the button is programmed as a conditional or has Hold programming, an integration command of release (,4) will also need to be sent in order to activate the preset.

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    I am probably the only one who can't remember the meaning of Cycle Dim, so basically this is a note to self:

    Cycle-Dim – Cycle-Dim allows the programming of a single button to toggle lights on/off by pressing the button and raise/lower the scene associated with that button by pressing and holding the button. This allows for raise/lower functionality where raise/lower buttons are not available on the keypad.

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