Home assistant scene condition template, living_room_scene: opt Home assistant scene condition template, living_room_scene: options: - scene. If it is -4 or 1, it should execute action 3. if manually set higher, don’t run) Ideally - use the scene itself, if it’s active or still active, let the automation run. With this blueprint, we can select the lights to come on as the sun goes down - as well as the brightness they should activate with. Configuration. SuperMaximus (Max) January 2, 2021, 6:45pm #1. Theme selector. livingroom_normal There are a number of ways to do this. livingroom_evening I created an input_select to track which one was last activated: input_select. g. and, script. However, the condition might not - alias: Lights On - Livingroom - Sun elevation trigger: - platform: state entity_id: binary_sensor. turn_on to write the scene name of the latest applied scene to an input_text. yaml create your trigger for the button then create actual scene selections. And now I don’t get how to start different scenes I think a better way to do this is to have the automation wait for the door to be open for 5 minutes, then run the script (without that wait. ServiceXp (RJ) December 3, 2021, 12:27am #1. It takes its alarm time from an existing timestamp source (such as the _next_alarm sensor from the Android companion app) or from a The power of home automation is that automation can (and should) be dynamic. Go to “Automations & Scenes”. Id like to have an automation report the state change of several binary_sensors motion, which all have been given an area. Gentlemen, plz help to set the duration of Condition in sequence in my automation. If the result is 0 I suspect the scene is getting created with the template text (e. are made up of a trigger A trigger is a set of values or conditions of a platform that are defined to cause an automation to run. sun state change). snaky69 (Snaky69) September 1, 2022, 12:16am #1. trigger: - platform: sun event: sunset action: - service: light. As the seasons change, so should how our homes are lit. I wondering if this will work also: Within the action a service call Create a new automaton with the GUI editor. I have a Scene GA (0/2/0) on my KNX Bus and want to trigger this one, if I activate a Scene in HASS. It is used for: Formatting outgoing messages in, for example, the notify platforms and Alexa integration. However, if someone walks into the room after the script has started, it simply picks back up at the next %. : automation: - alias: Wait for door open for 5 minutes, then trigger: platform: state entity_id: binary_sensor. automation: # Change the light in the kitchen and living room to 150 brightness and color red. Available this data. karley state: home action: - service: light. To workaround this, my ‘camera. If you want one single automation to toggle the lights, you would need two triggers, one for sunset and one for sunrise (or just one for each sun. Within an automation, template conditions also have access to the trigger variable as described here. select_option target: From the UI choose Settings which is located in the sidebar, then click on Automations & Scenes to go to the scene editor. edi023 (edwin) June 26, 2022, 7:13pm 1. When the input_boolean is turned on, the automation creates a snapshot scene of the five lights, named scene. turn_on entity_id: Sure, you can put as many conditions in a choose as you like: action: - choose: - conditions: - condition: state entity_id: person. call_service. 1033×358 22. Save the state as scene_old. 7 KB. In automations. Basic scenario - if Humidity Sensor stays below/above particular figure during a set time (I need to point 1 minute, for example), Action should . Click on “Scenes”. last_changed. doorbell’ entity is actually the Medium Secure feed from the Unifi Protect integration - the High Secure feed is Scene with dynamic (templated) entities parameter Configuration. Turn on Light, Switch, Scene, Script or Group Based on Motion For now, the Time condition only evaluates the time component of a datetime object there is a warning about this in the docs ( Conditions - Home Assistant) The now time is ~ 14:40 the trigger time is after 16:25. Wake Up Light Alarm With Sunrise Effect. Time selector. thanks for the hint but somehow it still does not work. After a trigger occurred, all conditions will be - condition: state entity_id: input_select. fade_volume for the service. You can also add conditions. When the input_boolean is turned off, the automation turns on scene. The State object. sun action: - service: light. mp3 before making any tts attempts. This bug does not affect the function of the templates, it it just the tester which is broken. Here is my current script: Duration of Condition in Automation. toggle entity_id: light. Something like condition: state entity_id: light. The condition will check if all the lights are on, if The template should perform a simple subtractions of the value of one entity’s state from the value of another entity’s state. If one Window in that Group is on the Group state will be on, similar to an OR condition. It looked like this is something that could easily be done using a template without creating so many unneeded lines of code and automations. So it would be something like this: Agree w/ @123 on this. medicine_notification','last_triggered') + timedelta (days=1) }} You’re right: I was getting confused by remembering a feature request to add it to a condition rather than The blueprint creates a script to toggle a specific scene on. Templating is a powerful feature that allows you to control information going into and out of the system. Condition: Sun below You can create scenes that capture the states you want certain entities to be. Using events to trigger actions Configuration. All automations Automations in Home Assistant allow you to automatically respond to things that happen in and around your home. sc_leave_scene. door_main state: 'on' for: minutes: 5 action: service: script. 123 (Taras) February 4, 2021, 3:54pm #2. You can always add or change the scene if you’d like, but that would make it much simpler. It appears the “delay” action delay’s the entire automation. Button, image, number, and select template entities are defined in your YAML Home Assistant architecture, especially states. livingroom_morning scene. Choose an Area. and an action Actions are used in several places in Home Assistant. livingroom_morning - scene. turn_on target: entity_id Hi there, I have no realy solution for my problem. I need to wait while my CCA speaker wakes up between tts steps. Under the Actions section of the automation, select: Call Service for the action type. When the if statement is false, it doesn’t return anything which causes the following warning in HA: Invalid service data for scene. service: scene. mode_manager_afternoon state: 'on' sequence: - service: The Template Sensor’s state value contains the randomly selected phrase and is easily accessible from an automation, script, or even another Template Sensor. none selector: entity: domain: scene time_scene_evening: name: Time for the evening scene (Optional) description: A time input which defines the time from which on the scene will be activated if motion is detected. '{{ state_attr("light. One simple use for this ability would be to tell if a scene is “active” based on what is the expected states for that scene. Hey gang, Here’s my scenario. themanieldaniel (Daniel) October 27, 2022, 4:21am #1. I trying some different automations and blueprints for a simulated sunrise alarm clock, but havent found anything that’s working (perhaps iam doing things wrong as iam a noob) Sinds iam using a iPhone I cannot use the next_alarm sensor. condition: - condition: state entity_id: group. Use the following in a Template Condition. is it possible to use " {{ }}" in scenes? I tried this: - name: "Evening Since the input select options match the scenes you are sending to Hue, we can send the input select option in a data template. CONDITION: Time < SUNRISE - 25 OR TIME > SUNSET + I have created a couple of scenes: scene. It is possible for individuals to develop intricate automations that they have tested and used #1 Hi All, I’m trying the scene option to turn on or off lights with brightness or some other info. I’m trying to create an script that when triggered plays a short song on a said Google Home nest speaker then returns back to the music it was streaming prior to being triggered. Dimming over time with transition. blueprint: name: Falo-Motion-activated light scene with surrounding light level check and optional ambient scene description: Turn on a light scene when motion is detected. Template selector. lounge_scene state: Watch Movie Or setting a scene in an automation action: - service: input_select. If it’s too complex to implement “if/elsif/else” logic, perhaps a new step called “Condition-Continue” or somesuch. The variable this is Just to emphasise: When I say variable, I refer to what’s defined under a script’s fields and are passed to a service like this (and not variables that are defined within a script): service: script. all_windows state: 'on'. Is it possible to use the context of the entity for this? if so, how would I go about in below set of automation and script, passing the entity_id: script: alarm_triggered: alias: 'Alarm triggered' sequence: - Depending on the value I’d like to start a different scene. You can’t template in every field. If scene Magneto is set, activate scene Automation does not trigger based on KNX event. Use the brightness of the lights as the condition (i. In addition to the Home Assistant template extensions available to scripts, the trigger and this template variables are available. So if the lights are at 50% and set to dim to 40% in 30 seconds and someone walks into the room, the lights will go to 100% but then change to 40% after only 30 seconds. the action switches the respective light scenes ‘on’ or ‘off’. Target selector. lights_before thereby restoring the previous state of the five lights. Low Battery Level Detection & Notification for All Battery Sensors. Name: [Room] – [Description] e. Hi guys, I’m trying to modify one of nice blueprint for light and scenes controller by motion. I would like to run an automation that takes the color of a bulb as condition, and trigger a new scene. Another use for this is to revert to a previous state: You have a scene that sets the house into night mode (most lights are off, some are on and some are dimmed). night_time has never been triggered so it has no last_triggered attribute. automation: - alias: Toggle with sun trigger: - platform: state entity_id: sun. turn_on entity_id: scene. create data: scene_id: Activate a Scene Variables Scope of Variables Test a Condition Wait for time to pass (delay) Wait Wait for a template Wait for a trigger Wait Timeout Wait Variable Fire an Automations allow you to set triggers to cal services. You see that I can add different types of devices. e. 1 Like. Interactive demos of each of these selectors can be found on the Home Assistant Design portal. Process incoming data from sources that provide raw data, like MQTT Night scene is active from specific hour to sun azimuth . If asleep: HI, In one of my scripts for a scene, I want to switch off a switch under the condition the iMac on that switch is Off, and if not, signal me to switch it Off, and continue. ; Continue the blinking light automation/blueprint as normal. Fill out the script with a target media player, volume and duration, then hit save. This will create a new scene called my_new_scene which will automatically be picked up by Home Assistant on the next restart. Whole template could just be as simple as: { { now () > state_attr ('automation. scene. This will be when it became whatever it was before it (just now) became ‘home’. lights_before, and then executes your script. The author of the following post encountered the same challenge. This is a field that is not templateable. I wanne let HA do everything. For your automation you will want to use Numeric state triggers and a Choose action. turn_on: Entity ID is an invalid entity id for dictionary value @ data [‘entity_id Except that by the time the automation triggers, last_changed will be how long it’s been ‘home’, not how long it was something else before it became ‘home’. If I activate a Scene with one of my KNX Actors, I want to get this to Hass, and trigger some Devices, who I have configure in the scene Section of Hass. When I run the action it goes straight to 100% Here are the 10 best and most popular blueprints from the community! If you are new to blueprints, have a quick read here. This continues till the lights turn off. Climate: Reset peak mode at peak end time: This automation reset the climate settings to what they should be once peak time is over (i. You will need to create Automations support templating in the same way as scripts do. At the moment I got: alias: Start HA scene from KNX sensor value description: '' trigger: - platform: numeric_state entity_id: sensor. if house_mode is set to sleep, then set the sleep time settings , etc). The trick is to query the attribute value “rgb_color” and then activate the scene depending on it. Save the state as scene_on. I didn’t see the second anywhere, the first I think I have to get into the config files and likely lose the UI abilities - which is fine, but since I’m run if another automation has triggered in last 12hours. you could also create a Group with all windows you want to check and use that group as condition. Day/Night scene is active only when light sensor have low LUX value (I’m checking outside light so when it’s cloudy then it makes sense to use scene). Because scenes are stateless, this creates a kind of toggle functionality for scenes. They can be used to prevent the automation’s actions from being run. test data: variables: # <--- this is a script field param1: "ignore". Hi All, I love the new options for automation and script. The template variable this is also available when evaluating any trigger_variables declared in the configuration. If home: Scene: Climate: Main Thermostat Home. OP’s question is because it’s14:40 on the 28th, and @markus78, I have one idea to work around the issue of restoring light states when some lights are off:. Name your scene. mylight. to get back to your question. this would be the base for the automation. If it’s already above 67 it won’t fire. It it is -3 or 2, it should execute action 4. hue_go_1 state: On data: rgb_color: [255, 207, 120] Home Assistant Community RGB condition. creating scripts. lights are only enabled by scenes (e. Result should be false. turn_on mode: single. zoe_morning - conditions: - condition: state entity_id: binary_sensor. Because the generic home assistant turn off function is used the entities must support this service to work. Example of when this matters: I have a script that turns on my receiver, TV, and Playstation. You could have your scene turn on a script that has a condition built into it. 2:40 pm is before 4:25 pm. Try a script instead. Send Camera Snapshot Notification on Motion. Scenes can be created and managed via - condition: template value_template: > {% set before_timestamp = '23:59' %} {% set after_timestamp = '00:00' %} {% if time_limit_before == none and alias: Notify Last Living Room Scene trigger: - platform: event event_type: call_service event_data: domain: scene service: turn_on condition: - condition: template Conditions are an optional part of an automation rule. But, you can use trigger. Also a good rule of thumb: “If the field name or parent field name doesn’t have the word template, you can’t template there”. example of This is your “menu”, so pop those names you created earlier in to the menu like so: #Create Menu input_select: lr_brightness: #Custom Variable options: - Dimmed50 - LR Max Dim - LR Bright initial: LR Bright. The trigger should really be WHEN DOOR OPEN FOR 30 and then use the conditions to nullify the close door action. 123 (Taras) January 30, 2022, 2:24pm 3. sun state: ‘below_horizon’ action: service: scene. A litte template for the notify message i am using would also tell you wich Window is action: - condition: template value_template: '{{ false }}' - service: foo - condition: template: value_template: '{{ true }}' - service: bar scripts setup to go to full screen of that camera for 3 minutes on each of the Fire Tablets and then return to the base home assistant start page after 3 minutes. - id: Switch Vacuum Weather Sensor and binary sensor can be configured using UI or YAML file. This is achieved by having the template result in a true boolean expression or by having the template render True. do_stuff. I do this by playing a 20hz . me state: 'home' - condition: time after: '06:00' sequence: - service: script. A bit puzzled how to achieve that though Think I need to do that in a sub script, but please have a look with me and add to it: script: imac_off: alias: iMac off sequence: - condition: GIthub Gist: Home Assistant Blueprint: Wake-up light alarm with sunrise effect · GitHub This is a blueprint for a wake-up light / alarm clock using a dimmable and color-temperature controllable light entity. So here is a script that will allow you to add transitions to your automations and other scripts. When using the gui for automations, only the template should go in. knx_to_homeassistant_szene above: '0' condition: [] action: - service: scene. turn_on data: entity_id: scene. Colors. Creating automations is similar to. a manual button press still triggers a scene not an individual light) therefore, if a light group is on, then a scene is active – if the group is off no scene is active. Now add all devices that you want to save in this scene by clicking on Add a device. Remove the “condition:”. living_room_motion from: 'off' to: 'on' condition: - condition: You can create an automation on the trigger event. { { now () - state_attr ('automation. create looks like this: service: scene. If you want the automation to execute when the temp changes to above 67 and every time it changes if it’s already above 67, change it to a state trigger with no to: or from: and have a condition that checks if it’s above 67. from_state. Wait a short delay to make sure they are turned on. The basic configuration. Use the Developers Tool > Template tool to test your templates. If no selector If it is -1 or 4, it should execute action 2. turn_on target: entity_id: script. As part of a script or default: "00:00:00" selector: time: scene_evening: name: Scene for the evening (Optional) default: scene. ; Turn on all the lights configured in the automation. Choose an icon. I am trying to turn on a light over time so that it reaches 100% brightness slowly. See more condition: condition: state entity_id: sun. You can absolutely do this without writing any yaml, using the automation editor. And if any entity in the scene is already on, it will turn all entities in the scene off. You can create, view, Awesome! In essence, blueprints are templates for automation. However, please note that there is an orientation issue on the Hubs with high-resolution feeds, per Camera Stream to Google Hub has wrong orentation · Issue #36290 · home-assistant/core · GitHub. Press the Add Scene button in the lower right corner So, let’s use HomeAssistant to automate maintainence of HomeAssistant My service call to scene. Text selector. Scene: Climate: Other Thermostats Home – Winter. Trigger: Occupancy reported. To see whether the transition is working I currently have the transition set to 25 seconds, I’ll adjust later. As a result, state_attr () reports None and that In other words, all scenes one after the other. So currently transitioning (fading) your Nanoleaf Essentials bulbs from one brightness to another using the built-in method does not work. But if house mode is set to “Quiet”, I Go to “Settings”. I have a conditional if statement in the action service for an automation that runs some logic and returns the entity_id. Example target selectors. ) E. This is redundant for creating scenes so Scenegen picks 1 and goes with it. Check Config gives this: Configuration invalid. TRIGGER: Door Open FOR 30 minutes. I posted another example a couple days ago that incorporates window sensors, presence, and some other factors. Wait between action steps. You will need only light sensor and some scenes. I really cannot see where the errors are, segments in the Template tool in developer tools shows that each part is evaluating OK. The solution was to use a condition because it provides more control for accessing the list item in data. Ambient scene is active from sun azimuth in evening till some hour. You have a motion sensor that trigger a scene in a Triggers at 04:30 on Monday to Thursday, but only if we’re at home. The limitation is that a phrase cannot exceed 255 characters in length because that’s the storage limit of a state value for all entities. . - id: gym lights alias: Gym lights trigger: platform: time at: '04:30:00' condition: - condition: and conditions: - condition: time weekday: - mon - tue - wed - thu - condition: state entity_id: device_tracker. It shouldn’t trigger. The key is the radio stations change so I want it In this case it will only fire when it goes from below 67 to above 67. I have HA setup to play different online radio stations on my Google Home nest speaker. Click on “Add Scene”. Other way would be to skip the sensor and make it a trigger template. This is a static automation without The condition filters out only the ‘on’ and ‘off’ changes. danielgroenbek condition: template value_template: "{{ In a script, if a “condition” step evaluates to “false”, then the script exits early rather than continue execution. The answer will always be one of: -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4. Scenegen allows colors to be captured, and in fact Home Assistant light entities store up to 4 different ways of specifying the colors. Also in the other Direction. livingroom_evening I’d like to sync these two. Scroll to the top of the automation GUI and hit run actions on the right-hand side. I set up an automation to change You can also call the service to activate a scene which will allow you to define how you want your devices to be and have Home Assistant call the right services. Nothing in scenes is templateable. night_time', 'last_triggered') < timedelta (hours=12) }} Probably because automation. I have created three automations for this purpose: If scene Hal is currently set, then activate scene Vapor. Three different scenes can be defined depending on time of day. I have no State selector. If Scene Vapor is set, activate Scene Magneto. The template condition tests if the given template renders a value equal to true. For example, a scene can specify that light A should be turned on and light B should be bright red. lr_floor_lamp", "brightness") }}'') instead of with the concrete values the Automate lights to turn on one of two scene-based brightness based on time of day, sun angle, and occupancy.

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