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    Radion Season Table with Apex Fusion?

    I was reading Russ's post on season table programming for Radions and was going to start implementing, however, I wondered is there a simpler way to use season table to effect SunRise/SunSet/Weather Event Frequency/Moonlight inside Apex Fusion?

    I just set all my light intesity points on the graph in apex fusion and don't want to undo all that work to imnplement season table - it looks like that's what I would need to do unless I'm reading it wrong.

    Thanks for any help.

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    The example in the sticky is as simple as it gets for the season table. I use the graph myself and reserve the season table for heaters only.

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    Is there any way to keep the programming that I’ve set with the graph but enable moon phases? On EcoSmart Live you simply select moon phases and voila, is there a way to do this in Fusion?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iufan View Post
    Is there any way to keep the programming that I’ve set with the graph but enable moon phases? On EcoSmart Live you simply select moon phases and voila, is there a way to do this in Fusion?


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    Somewhat simple. Create a VO like this where the times are night hours.

    vMoon
    Set OFF
    If Moon 000/000 Then ON
    If Time 20:00 to 08:00 Then ON

    In the advanced tab of the wizard (gear icon) add this line and create a profile with your desired moon intensity.

    If Output vMoon = ON Then profilename

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    I’ll have to create a profile for the Moon right?

    Thanks for the help Zombie


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    Yes. It wont change intensity unfortunately just straight on or off during moon hours with whatever intensity and spectrum you set in your profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Somewhat simple. Create a VO like this where the times are night hours.

    vMoon
    Set OFF
    If Moon 000/000 Then ON
    If Time 20:00 to 08:00 Then ON

    In the advanced tab of the wizard (gear icon) add this line and create a profile with your desired moon intensity.

    If Output vMoon = ON Then profilename

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    @zombie, can you clarify this line:

    If Time 20:00 to 08:00 Then ON

    It seems to me this would turn vMoon on regardless of the actual lunar table during these hours. Should the reverse logic be used that if it's during daylight hours, turn off vMoon so the normal day lighting schedule is active, but if it's night time AND the lunar table calls for moonlight, then turn vMoon on? For example:

    vMoon
    Set OFF
    If Moon 000/000 Then ON
    If Time 08:00 to 20:00 Then OFF <-- don't run moon lights during daylight hours

    Sorry if I'm missing something, but the way you coded it just doesn't make sense to me at first glance.

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    That was a typo. The time line should be OFF

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