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Hey guys & gals. I have discovered a new website (new to me) that will allow you newbies in automation to get started to program some of your own voice automations using either AMAZON ALEXA or GOOGLE HOME. It does NOT require any prior knowledge of Coding & is very easy to use. Brian you may want to consider doing a Youtube video on this as well on Automate Your Life. Here is the website... https://www.voiceflow.com Check it out & Enjoy! 🙂
Looking for recommendations for plugs that can integrate with smartthings. Would prefer zigbee or z-wave protocols. I want to attach it to my in-wall air conditioner, as I've had too many problems with my wifi wemo one. Would want it to be a minimum 15 amps at 120 volts as my air conditioner maxes out around 1440 watts. I've also tried the smartthings plug but it doesn't like the wattage and shuts itself off even though it matches the specs I want (no major spikes in watts when turned on and off). I've written a very nice script in webcore for it and it works great when the wemo plug isn't causing issues. Please give me your input so I can stop wasting my time with plugs that aren't reliable!
I noticed that if I have a SmartThings(ST) virtual switch act as a condition in an automation, that I'm not able to reset it in the action portion Has anyone else seen this? So what I do is reset the switch in whatever set it, typically an Alexa Routine Frank
Hi, pretty new to this and wondering if adding loads of new automation products connecting to my BT Hub router is going to make problems. I guess in short is there a limit to number of things you can link up to a router and if so how do you get around this when trying to automate your home. Thanks