The Ampio system facilitates such a configuration that one button can control a couple of devices. The following guide describes configuration of the so-called binary counter.
First, select the controlling device, e.g. M-DOT and go to Device configurator.
On the configuration list, select the M-DOT module again and create a condition from device.
Select the input (button) that you want to use to initiate a certain action and click Accept.
Then, choose one of the flags and confirm again.
Add another condition to the same device. This time as the source, select your flag, not an input (in the Flags Bin tab).
After confirming, select what you would like to control, which means, another flag.
Confirm and upload the list of conditions (Send to device). Go back to the main menu and select the device that will be controlled. Enter the device configurator. Select M-DOT from the list, as this is the device that will supply your flag values.
Click on Add condition from device. Tick both flags and confirm.
The next step is determining, which output will be activated first by selecting the operation On.
The next condition will be defined for the next output, but flags are selected by changing between options Act (active) and No (inactive).
As a device’s reaction, select Output 2 and confirm. The next condition for the third device must be created for active and inactive flags.
Next, as a device’s reaction, select Output 3 and confirm. The last condition can be created for two inactive flags.
The function that will be performed with the last condition is Power off for all 3 outputs.
After creating all four conditions, they must be sent to the device.
The result of such a configuration is as follows - the first click of a button will activate the first output. The second click will activate the second output. The third click will activate the third output and the fourth click will turn off all 3 outputs.