If i set the system at default and i set the blinds to 0% in openhab, then is the icon used rollershutter-100 and the value is 100. If i say in google to move to 100% than the value is 0% and the icon is the rollershutter-0
If i set the system at invert % and i set the blinds to 0% in openhab, then is the icon used rollershutter-0 and the value is 0. But if i say in google to move to 0% than the value is 100% and the icon is the rollershutter-100
If i set the invert control, that with the down go up and with the up go down
So there is no right combination. It seems that Openhab use an invert setting as standard which never work really together with the google assistant value.
I’m using some rollershutter items with Amazon Alexa, invert control and invert percent are working as expected, also commands through Alexa are executed correctly. The rollershutter icons are showing the correct closing and opening icons.
I guess you need to find the issue with Google Assistant.
I set the Ventilation mode like u described in the topic. The percentage is still not up to date and now even the electric meter in Watt updates properly. After the motor is switched off is still shows the full power 140W or it changes to 60-70W
I tried it out today, have the Qubino Flush shutters installed, mapped them to Google Assistant, and in fact, when I tell Google to set the Blinds to 75% it “raises” them by 75% percent, resulting in a 25% position in OH… is this what you mean @Rintano ?
By the Qubino does not. If u set the invert percetage, then u can set in openhab to 75% to achive the same 25% like before, But the Google is inverted too, so there u need to say 25% to achive the same as is in Openhab by 75%…
I found a workaround, so i defined a virtual rollershutter, which inverts the value to the real rollershutter and i lint this virtual one to Google