You nailed it! No more issue with setting the FALSE condition. I just copied the new code from the GitHub repository and pasted it over the Rule Machine - saved and published for me. Then did the same with Rule and just saved without publishing. Created the Rule again and no errors or warning messages.
This is very powerful!
Just wanted to detail my use so that others may be inspired to create amazing Rules.
Commercial Fridge in Garage
Draws 4-500 watts of power when the internal compressor is on and cooling the brewskies.
No need to have compressor running and consuming power if the internal temperature is within 32 degrees fahrenheit and 40 degrees fahrenheit.
Since the garage temperature gets colder at night then the fridge itself will be able to hold the internal temperature for longer and thus not need to kick the compressor on during that time,
Installed a SmatThings Multi Sensor in the fridge to determine if door was opened or closed and when (as well as duration) and also the temperature internally. I calibrated the multi sensor to match actual temperature. Its close enough to actual temps, but not military spec
Set internal dial for fridge to keep internal temp at about 34 degrees.
Then connected the fridge to an Aeon Labs Smart Switch to allow the fridge to be turned on and off using SmartThings. Since this switch also reports power usage it made it easier to track the actual power being consumed.
Now with Rule Machine I setup a rule that checks the internal SmartThings multi for temperature readings and once the internal temp is 34 degrees or less (<=) then the rule turns the fridge off.
Then I setup another Rule that once 40 degree’s or above (=>) was reached internally then the switch turns the Fridge On.
Turns out that I could not use the False after all in this case. I tried to set it up , but the logic would have turned the fridge back on if the fridge rose even one degree in temp to 35 degree’s . I needed a 5 degree spread.
I can also think of ways that rules like this could be helpful for Wine Chillers and Cigar Humidors that require temperature and humidity monitoring and control.