I want to set up a security floodlight scenario- where any motion detector outside will turn on all outside lights. I have 3 flood light switches (all Jasco) that are separate circuits, and 3 Aeon multi-sensor motion detectors. Individually they work, and I have successfully tethered one motion detector to one light, and repeated that for each switch.
But, with 3 motions and 3 switches, to do that would require 9 combinations if I just did 1:1 motion->switch actions. Instead, I used the ability to check multiple sensors and multiple switches. But when I do that, the action stops working. Period. I have deleted and reprogrammed it to no avail. See the first graphic to show the screen shots for a Shortcut called Security Flood, with the 3 sensors checked and the 3 switches checked, with additional modes for after dark only. The second graphic shows that the motion detectors are in fact reporting motion, but it just isn’t resulting in the lighting coming on.
All motions have been tested and tethered to a single light to check that they work and that the switches all trigger, so all elements are all individually working. I also deleted those 1:1 actions before I created the single switch to pull them all together.
Does anyone have any idea what I am doing wrong? Or is there an bug in ST where multiple triggers and multiple switches in a single Action/Shortcut doesn’t work as it should?
Screenshots from the Security Flood shortcut:
Motion is still being recorded: