1) Give a description of the problem
I work at a church that has several things happen in the building during the week. We have several Honeywell WiFi thermostats. I’m thinking I may purchase a smartthings hub to control the church thermostats based on a webcore piston like I do at my house. My house is only 2 thermostats, and my church will be 26… I’m wondering if that will be a problem for smartthings or webcore. Honeywell has assured me 99 is the number they tested at.
2) What is the expected behaviour?
I want to edit a few lines each week (in webcore) to schedule on/off and setpoints for the thermostats. That way I can look at a calendar and then program my thermostats out for the week.
3) What is happening/not happening?
The Piston I currently have will function fine based on weather, but can I use a time/date as a trigger instead?
**4) Post a Green Snapshot of the piston![image|45x37]
5) Attach logs after turning logging level to Full
3/8/2021, 5:09:46 PM +271ms
+10144ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 10081ms
3/8/2021, 3:09:46 AM +341ms
+10078ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 10015ms
3/7/2021, 5:09:46 PM +215ms
+10095ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 10020ms
3/3/2021, 3:09:46 PM +231ms
+10096ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 10019ms
3/3/2021, 1:09:46 AM +462ms
+10579ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 10503ms