Thanks again! I figured it was something to do with the bypass option. I will definitely have a look at it. In your description you mentioned separate bypass names, which I don’t think is quite optimal in the wake of the language glitch. I fiddled around a bit last night and something has come up, but there’s still one point where I’m stuck. If necessary, you can also integrate the thoughts into the Blueprint. So what have I done and what is the initial situation?
I currently have 3 different Blueprints (hallway, kitchen & bedroom “living room to come later”). Each room has max. 65% light intensity set via your Blueprint.
Attached is an example for viewing (this makes it easier):
Then I created an additional automation per room (which is called Light 100% - which is not quite right). Attached is the automation:
- platform: numeric_state
- service: automation.turn_off
- service: script.xx_minuten_licht_automationen_wieder_einschalten
As you can see from the automation, the automation switches off your main automation/blueprint as soon as the light goes above 65% and starts a script that specifies the minutes how long the automation should be off. After the time has elapsed, your Blueprint automation is switched on again. The advantage of this procedure is that I don’t have to say a separate name, I just have to set Brighter or Light to xx% percent. Furthermore, after the time has elapsed, your Blueprint is activated again and it automatically returns to the set value from your Blueprint when movement occurs.
Unfortunately, there is still a catch in my script that I can’t get past. If I am no longer in the room after manually increasing the brightness, your blueprint naturally lacks movement and the light remains on. I would like to set it so that if no movement is detected after XX minutes, the light goes out. I have already reached the point where your Blueprint is reactivated after the time lapse and the standard brightness is selected, but it continues to light up.
alias: xx Minuten Licht Automationen wieder einschalten
alias: "Delay for xx minutes <65% light "
- service: automation.turn_on
- type: is_no_motion
- condition: and
- type: is_no_motion
- service: automation.trigger
- service: light.turn_off
Maybe you can do something with the thoughts and maybe you also want to help me with the completion.
Thanks and best regards