Automatic timer configurable via Webinterface

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Hi,

I’m looking for a solution like the FritzBox have.
See this screenshot https://praxistipps-images.chip.de/hblMK5bkC3SxTbiVrMET-7G8Jio=/640x360/filters:format(jpeg):fill(000,true):no_upscale()/praxistipps.s3.amazonaws.com%2Ffritbox-nachts-ausschalten_53c818fa.png

You can select timeranges when an item is on or off. So I search a timer for a whole week, where I can select when a switch is on or off.

I know I can make this via rules and I will, but the basic selection should be done via a graphical interface to make it very easy to change timer.

Thanks for your support.

Search for timeline picker, that is what you are looking for.

Best regards

Unfortunately there is no easy way to do this in BasicUI. There you have to split the date/time up into five/six separate Items and use Setpoint, or Selection for each. Search for “Alarm Clock” and you will see several examples.

There are some widgets available for HABpanel which Johannes’s search will reveal.

@time Hi,

@johannesbonn is totally right.
See this: https://community.openhab.org/t/timeline-picker-to-setup-heating-light-and-so-on/55564
I think it’s exactly what you’re looking for and the usecase with two states on, off is the basic usecase.
It’s also possible to define other states and more then two switch states (e.g 25%,50%,75%,100%).

You will find all parameter in the descripten in the first post in the link above.
The intension for this time line picker is the basic UI.