Modified on: Tue, 25 Jun, 2019 at 5:45 PM
The Honeywell Lyric Controller has a feature built into it called smart scenes. The Lyric controller smart scene feature is used to control security functions as well as a single Z-Wave home automation device's, or multiple Z-Wave devices that will be turned ON/OFF, or to a user-defined preset lighting level, temperature or locking state.
Three types of Smart Scene offer convenient automation of security and lifestyle settings.
• Anytime Smart Scenes are initiated by users.
• Triggered Smart Scenes are initiated by the system in response to user-defined conditions occurring, such as System armed away, stay or disarmed, Burglary Alarm, Carbon Monoxide and Fire Alarm, or Sensor open or close.
• Scheduled Smart Scenes can be initiated by a combination of these things: Sunrise, Sunset, Time of Day, day or days of the week, as well as a randomized time, within 30 minutes of the start time.
Smart Scenes can control: Automation Devices thermostats, Z-Wave and Wi-Fi locks, garage doors, lights/appliances, Shades/Blinds and Water Valves.
*Security Actions ---Arm Away (End of Exit Delay) or Arm Stay All Smart Scenes can be modified with the Edit command and manually started with the Run command. Scheduled and Triggered Smart Scenes can be paused with the Hold command.
*A total of 100 Z-Wave Scenes can be created locally in the Lyric controller if there is no TC2 account. Once the Total Connect 2.0 account is set up scenes can only be created or edited via TC2.
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