Scene Automation Example - Every Sunday check if the WX2 Tap Timer battery needs replacing then send an app notification

Using your connected WX2 Tap Timer create an Automation scenario that sends a notification to the Message Centre in the Holman Home app after checking every Sunday if the WX2 Tap Timer battery needs replacing.

Note: The battery status is either Good, Borderline or Replace. It is possible that the battery status could change from Good to Replace and skip the Borderline stage altogether. In this example we will check if the battery status is Replace.

This is a screenshot of the finished example, see below for the steps required to create it. Please ensure you select When all conditions are met.
Scenario screen

  1. From the Scene screen with Automation chosen, choose + (the top right hand corner)
  2. Scene screen

  3. Choose A device status changes
  4. Create Scene screen

  5. Choose the WX2 Tap Timer
  6. All Devices screen

  7. Scroll down the list and choose Battery Level
  8. Select Function screen

  9. Choose the appropriate level. In this example we will choose Replace
  10. Battery Level screen

  11. From the Then section choose +
  12. Create Scene screen

  13. Choose Send notification
  14. Create Scene screen

  15. Choose Message Center and then choose Next
  16. Select Notification Method screen

  17. From the If section choose +
  18. Create new Scene screen

  19. Choose Schedule
  20. Condition choice screen

  21. Choose a time - 8am in this example and then choose Once
  22. Create new Scene screen

  23. Select the appropriate days to check - Sunday in this example and then choose <
  24. Add Condition screen

  25. Choose Next
  26. Schedule screen

  27. Choose When any condition is met
  28. Repeat screen

  29. Choose When all conditions are met
  30. Schedule screen

  31. Choose ... to give the scenario a better name
  32. Create new Scene screen

  33. Tap in the default name and edit it. Then choose OK
  34. Create new Scene screen

  35. Check everything is correct and then choose Save
  36. Create new Scene screen

  37. Choose Yes to start using the new Automation
  38. Create new Scenescreen

  39. View all your Automation scenarios. Note it is possible to disable the Automation scenario using the toggle in the red box below
  40. Scene screen

Last updated : 22 August 2022