I have found that the Zooz Multi 4-in-1 works GREAT for humidity sensing. My fan usually turns on within 3 minutes of the humidity rising over the set threshold. Tagging @TheSmartestHouse
WebCoRE is best configured in a desktop browser or larger screen. The phone works but its just easier, for me at least, to do it on a desktop. Easier to copy and paste, move sections, select devices, etc.
The logic of webCoRE follows the “If-This-Than-That” concept. Well, at least at its bare minimum. It can do alot more! Just think your automation out and use the “If” blocks for conditions and/or triggers. Use the “Action” block for what you want to happen. One HUGE rule of thumb is to only have 1 “Trigger” per block. If you add a trigger to any blocks, then you will need at least 1 trigger in all blocks. If you don’t use any triggers at all then the conditions will act as triggers once all conditions are met.
Think with Triggers, something has to happen. Think with conditions, the Piston is monitoring each condition so when they all become true then it executes the Action…
Light “Changes” to on is a Trigger. Light “Is” on is a condition. Remember, only 1 trigger per block unless separated by “Or”.
The below Piston can be imported using the import code. I built the Piston in less than 2 minutes. It will turn on the fan if humidity rises above a set value. It will turn off the fan after 10 minutes if it was turned on manually but only if the humidity is below a set value. Finally, it will turn off the fan no matter what after 20 minutes. Each section runs on its on because I chose “asynchonous” by clicking the “With” and then the gear to configure how the Action sections executes. Once you get a handle on it, you will see how simple webCoRE is.