LED Indicator Behaviour

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    Using a KEYB2 (2 button unit) I am remotely triggering a scene in an eDLT. The KEYB2 is configured as follows:
    Primary Application: Lighting
    Secondary Application: Trigger Control

    Key 1
    Have selected S (secondary application)
    Group is the Trigger Group for the remote scene
    Function: On/Off

    Key 2
    Have selected P
    Group is a standard group
    Function On/Off

    When I press Key 1, it triggers the scene and the Key 1 LED lights up BUT after a few seconds so does the Key 2 indicator.

    Why and what do I need to do? Is there some other way I should be remotely triggering the scene?
     
    RichardG, Jul 30, 2020 at 7:04 AM
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    The key2 led only will light if the group associated with it turns on. Is the group in your key1 scene?
     
    Ashley, Jul 30, 2020 at 9:32 AM
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    Thanks Ashley - No, the group associated with Key 2 is not in the scene associated with Key 1.
     
    RichardG, Jul 30, 2020 at 12:40 PM
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    Firstly, check the led assignments in the blocks tab to make sure they are set correctly.

    What group is key 2 controlling? Does it actually come on with the led?

    Try running the diagnostic utility, then trigger the scene and see what groups are activated.
     
    Ashley, Jul 30, 2020 at 1:37 PM
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