Well, @Dave, the command definitely should look like $$.boundModules.Command('MultiInstance.Set/Switch.Binary/1').Set(0);
but maybe I was wrong about the numbering of instances and they start from 0.
So for the first instance it may be this: $$.boundModules.Command('MultiInstance.Set/Switch.Binary/0').Set(0);
Also, if you have time, please give it a try and check this commands with different sockets in Smart Strip. For example, if you have a number of table lamps you can plug them in simultaneously and then check which one will turn off.
Thanks, I’ll give that a shot. I know when I go to the widget settings, Setup, and scroll down to Multi Instance Channel, I can turn the first socket on and off with instance 1, and the second socket with instance 2. To set it on, would it be 1 or 255?
I do have another issue I have to fix first. I set the password, and it has crashed HomeGenie, The web interface page wont display.
Well, it’s good that scheduler works, but, unfortunately, I don’t have any multi-instance device to test it on my on.
About turning instance on: use value 255.
Could you please make some experiments as I offered earlier and write results here?
P.S. According to the documentation, this device should work with following commands:
Basic set 0x00/0xff
Switch Binary set 0x00/0xff
Scene Activation set 0x00/0xff
So, it has to respond to the Switch.Binary command…