WHO=0 - Scenarios
What is a scenario?
A scenario is a list of simple commands, stored in a scenario device like F420 (max. 16 scenarios) or IR 3456 (max. 20 scenarios). More and smarter scenarios can be stored in a scenario device like MH200 or the newer model MH200N. These smart scenario devices support event- and time-driven scenarios, even with IF-THEN-ELSE clauses.
Scenarios are launched in a similar way like lighting commands:
*0*5*89## launch scenario #5, connected to address 89 *0*9*48#4#02## launch scenario #9, connected to address 48 on interface 2
Since a scenario is just a list of commands, they don't have a status and therefore you can't do a status request on a scenario.
Programming a Scenario
To program a scenario, it has to be locked first and after programming it has to be unlocked. Instead of fiddling with OWN message to manage F420 scenarios, you should use a tool like ScenarX
|1..16||Scenario 1 to 16|
|40#x||Start recording scenario x|
|41#x||Stop recording scenario x|
|42||Delete all scenarios|
|42#x||Delete scenario x|
|43||Lock scenario module|
|44||Unlock scenario module|
|45||Scenario module not available|
|WHAT (IR 3456)||Description|
|1..20||Scenario 1 to 20|
|01..99||Control Panel 01 to 99|
|WHO Table||WHO=1 - Lighting|