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Using Scenes

With the Neviweb app, many new features are now available, such as Scenes. In the previous version of Neviweb, the scenes only worked with the light switch, dimmer, and the electrical load controller. You can now create scenes for all your connected devices.


How to create a scene?


The purpose of scenes

Scenes are used to group the actions of your devices so you can trigger multiple commands at once according to the time of day (morning, bedtime, etc.) or events.

Scenes simplify your daily life and allow you to obtain perfect comfort by pressing a single button.


Scenes for all occasions

  • Scenes for different activities
    If you have a gym at home, dim the lights and lower the temperature during your workout for comfort.

  • Scenes for your vacations, outings and long weekends
    If you go on vacation for several days, assign commands to your devices to reduce your energy consumption. For example, lower the set temperature of the thermostats and turn off the water heater to reduce your electricity consumption.

  • Everyday-life Scenes
    If your wake-up time or bedtime time changes each day, you may want to create scenes rather than schedules. Or you may want to create scenes in addition to schedules. You will be able to activate a scene at the time that suits you best (e.g., bedtime, 18 °C). Your schedule will resume at the next event encountered (e.g., 21 °C at 6 a.m.).

  • Scenes to create custom ambiance
    Movie nights or dinner with friends are good examples, as they require adequate lighting and temperature. Master the art of setting the ambiance with lighting and heating. All you have to do is activate the right scene to impress.

  • A Scene for every season

    Seasonal scenes are particularly useful for locations that are used occasionally, like cottages. Scenes can be used to set devices to a specific temperature for winter or to switch off all thermostats in the summer. Make sure, however, that no schedule is activated! Because the scene will be automatically disabled at the next event encountered.

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