1. squill's Avatar
    How do you create a scene in the HomeKit? I have lutron smart bridge. I want to be able to Siri I am going to bed so it will turn off the lights for bedtime
    02-26-2016 09:40 PM
  2. mavsguy842's Avatar
    You need a HomeKit compatible app, and hardware. I've used the app "Home - Smart Home Automation" by Matthias Hochgatterer. From the Home app you create and name a HomeKit Home, then you can create rooms and add your individual accessories to each room (so you can tell Siri to adjust a whole room at a time). You can also create scenes.

    I've got a "good morning" and "good night" scene which turns on at a dim setting, and turns off respectively, all lights in my house. I can also say "Hey Siri, set the living room lights to 20%" or "Hey Siri, set the living room lights to pink" etc.
    03-16-2016 11:50 AM
  3. adamjustice's Avatar
    @squill I don't think Lutron supports HomeKit scenes so you will need to get one of the HomeKit apps that supports all the profiles. I reccomend our app (ConnectSense) or one of the other free ones like Eve
    adamsteinberg likes this.
    03-22-2016 07:17 PM

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