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Shelly Pro 2PM Device Smart Control - Dual Cover Mode

Main Controls

Below the Main Controls heading, observe the the Shelly Device power consumption in Watts (W).

The close and open button are at the bottom of this tab. Click the close button to move the cover position down. Click the open button to move the cover position upward.

Notifications

If you have Shelly Device notifications, they will appear on this tab.

Charts

Consumption

Observe a chart with the Shelly Device consumption displayed in Watt-hours (Wh). Above the consumption chart, you can select the time interval and the date from which you want data to be shown. Drag your finger/mouse across the chart to view time specific consumption measurements. Click the blue icon to the right of the date interval, above the chart, and change the displayed chart style.

Below the consumption chart are a variety of Shelly Device measurements. Observe the Eco (compared) value that gives a percentage of how much lower the consumption value is, and the total consumption value in kilo-Watt-hours (kWh). Below these measurements, observe the average, maximum and minimum consumption in Watt-hours (Wh).

Click on the expand icon in the top right corner of the Consumption rectangular box if you wish to view the chart in full screen. Click the Export .csv button to download this data as a CSV file.

Activity log

Observe the recorded history of the Shelly Device events. See the date, time and type of action executed such as the Device being switched On/Off.

Schedule

Click the Add schedule button to create a schedule. Create a weekly schedule for the day(s) and time(s) you want the corresponding device to turn On/Off automatically. You may add up to 20 weekly schedules. This function requires a working connection to the Internet.

  • Choose Weekday(s).

    • Advanced Options: Click the dropdown arrow of Advanced Options to reveal more options.

      • Active dates: Set the active dates by clicking on the desired date(s). Click on More Options and select from a variety of options: Select even / Select odd / Select all / Clear. In addition, you can input the dates From and To you want to set as active dates, and click the Select button to choose these dates.

      • Active months: Set the active months by clicking on the desired month(s). Click on More Options and select form a variety of options: Select even / Select odd / Select all / Clear. In addition, you can input the months From and To you want to set as active months, and click the Select button to choose these months.

    • Click the NEXT button.

  • Choose Time Interval: Time, Sunrise / Sunset, or Advanced Options, and set the time for the previously selected day(s):

    • Time: Click up/down button, or type in a number, to set a time in hours and minutes.

    • Sunset / Sunrise: The Shelly device may turn on/off automatically at sunrise/sunset, or at a specified time Before/After Sunrise/Sunset. Select the time in hours and minutes from the dropdown menus.

    • Advanced Options:

      • Active minutes: Set the active minutes by clicking on the desired minute(s). Click on More Options and select form a variety of options: Select even / Select odd / Select all / Clear. In addition, you can input the minutes From and To you want to set as active minutes, and click the Select button to choose these minutes.

      • Active hours: Set the active hours by clicking on the desired hour(s). Click on More Options and select form a variety of options: Select even / Select odd / Select all / Clear. In addition, you can input the hours From and To you want to set as active hours, and click the Select button to choose these hours.

      • Active seconds: Set the active seconds by clicking on the desired second(s). Click on More Options and select form a variety of options: Select even / Select odd / Select all / Clear. In addition, you can input the seconds From and To you want to set as active seconds, and click the Select button to choose these seconds.

  • Select Action: Click the Add button to add up to 5 actions per schedule.

    • Local Action: Select from three possible local actions from the dropdown menu:

      • Open Cover: Select this option to fully open the cover, and then select the target component from the dropdown menu.

      • Close Cover: Select this option to fully close the cover, and then select the target component from the dropdown menu.

      • Move Cover to specific position: Click and drag the slider to the desired cover position. A percentage of 0 % corresponds to a fully closed position, and 100 % corresponds to a fully opened position. Observe the selected percentage position below the slider bar.

    • Select target component: Select target component from the dropdown menu.

  • Click the Save button to save your schedule.

Once the schedule has been created, it will appear as a rectangular box on the main Schedule page for the Shelly Device. On this box, you can see the schedule details such as the days of the week, action and time. You can enable/disable a schedule by clicking the toggle button on the left of the schedule box. You can edit the schedule by clicking on the edit pencil icon on the right, and delete the schedule by clicking the trash icon on the right.

Actions

Use events to trigger http endpoints. You can add up to 20 actions. Click the Add action to add and set up an action. Set up the following settings, and navigate between pages by clicking the NEXT or BACK buttons. Create an action:

  • Choose Component: Choose the cover component from the dropdown menu. Choose from the following options: Cover / input (0) / input (1) / input (2) / input (3).

  • Set Action Name: Type in action name.

  • Active Time: Click the checkbox to set the active time. You may leave as the 24-hour default option or choose an active start and end time. Click the up/down buttons, or type in a number, to set a time in hours and minutes.

  • When: Set up the condition which triggers the action. Select from a variety of conditions. The condition varies depending the previously chosen component for the action.

    • If Cover is chosen as the component, choose from the following conditions:

      • Cover stopped

      • Cover open

      • Cover closed

      • Cover opening

      • Cover closing

    • If input (0) / (1) / (2) / (3) is chosen as the component, choose from the following conditions:

      • Button is pushed

      • Button is long pushed

      • Button is double pushed

      • Button is triple pushed

  • Repeat When: Input the minimum interval, in seconds, between two consecutive invocations of the webhook. Any events that trigger the webhook within the specified time interval will be automatically supressed.

  • Actions: Input URL to send the Shelly Device a command. You may add up to 5 URLs per action, which will be executed one after the other. Click the + Add URL button to add another URL to execute, or click the + Add action from another device to add an action from another device. If you choose to add an action from another device, set it as a Control Output / Toggle Output local action, and set the action as On/Off. You may also add a local action.

    • Local action: Click the + Add local action button to create a local action. Choose the local action from the dropdown menu. Choose from the following options:

      • Open Cover

      • Close Cover

      • Move Cover to specific position: If you select this option, click and drag the slider to set the target cover position. A percentage of 0 % corresponds to a fully closed position, and 100 % corresponds to a fully opened position. View the set percentage position below the slider bar.

    • Click the Save button to save the action / local action. Once the action has been created, click the trash icon to the right of it if you wish to delete it.

  • Click the Save button to save the action or to save any changes made.

This function requires a working connection to the Internet. Once the action has been created, it will appear as a rectangular box on the main Actions page for the Shelly Device. You can enable/disable an action by click the toggle button on the left of the action box. You can edit the action by clicking on the edit pencil icon on the right, and delete the action by clicking the trash icon on the right.

Scripts

Use the Scripts functionality to create or import scripts.

  • Library: Click the Open Library button to view existing scripts. Click on the desired script and click the Insert code button to add the script to your Shelly Device.

  • Create new script: Click the Create new script button. A new page will appear where you can name, create, edit and save your script. Click the play button to run your script. Click the x button to exit the script. Click the trash icon to delete your script.

For an existing script, click the toggle button of the script you wish to enable. Click the play button of the script you wish to execute. Click the edit pencil icon to update the script, and the trash icon to delete it.

Networks

Wi-Fi

Register Shelly Device to connect to up to 2 different Wi-Fi networks. Either input or select the Wi-Fi network. Can select an open network, and also set a static IP address. Enable Wi-Fi 1, or Wi-Fi 2, or both at the same time. If both Wi-Fi 1 and Wi-Fi 2 are enabled, and Shelly Device disconnects from one of the networks, it will connect to the other. Click the Save button to save any changes made. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Access Point

Click the checkbox to enable this function. Enable to configure Shelly Device to create a Wi-Fi Access Point (AP), to which you can connect. Observe the SSID. Set a password to protect your device’s access point to secure your network from unauthorized access. Click the checkbox to set the AP it to be an open network. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Range extender

Click the toggle button to enable range extender.

Ethernet

Enable to connect Shelly Device to an ethernet cable network. Click the checkbox to set a static IP address.

Outbound Websocket

Click the checkbox to enable SSL connectivity. See outbound websocket status as Connected or Disconnected. Select the type of SSL connectivity from the dropdown menu, and input the server address. Please note changing these settings requires a device reboot. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

RPC over UDP

Input the destination address and port. Afterwards, input the listening port. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Cloud

Click the toggle button to connect the Shelly Device to the cloud. This allows you to control it remotely, and receive notifications and updates about your devices.

Bluetooth

Click the checkbox to enable Bluetooth. Click the toggle button to enable RPC and/or Bluetooth gateway.

MQTT

  • Click the checkbox to enable MQTT. Configure the Shelly Device to execute actions via MQTT. Please note changing the MQTT settings requires a device reboot.

  • Choose the connection type, choose from the following options:

    • RPC status notifications over MQTT

    • Generic status update over MQTT

    • SSL connectivity

  • Input the MQTT prefix, the desired server, and client ID.

  • Input the username and password.

  • Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Safety

Obstacle Detection

This feature allows your “cover” to stop or change direction if it encounters an obstacle while driving.

  • Click the checkbox to enable the obstacle detection functionality.

  • Moving Direction: Set the moving direction of the cover. Choose one from the following options: While opening / While closing / While moving.

  • Action: Set the action as Stop / Reverse. If Stop is chosen, the cover will stop moving at when an obstacle is detected. If Reverse is chosen, the cover will be reversed until the endpoint is reached.

  • Max power threshold: Input the max power threshold value.

  • Hold off time: Set the hold off time in seconds.

  • Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Safety Switch

This function works when the Input Type is set to Button or Switch. When the Control Button Mode is set to Single, the function only works when the Input Type is set to Button. Input 1 controls the cover movement, and input 2 acts as a safety switch. Set up this function works:

  • Click the checkbox to enable the Safety Switch functionality.

  • Moving Direction: Sets the direction which the cover is moving when interrupted by the safety switch. Choose one from the following options: While opening / While closing / While moving (in either direction).

  • Action: Set the action as Stop / Pause / Reverse.

    • Stop: If Stop is chosen, engaging the safety button will stop the cover movement until the safety switch is disengaged or until a command is sent by the physical button or the mobile application. If Reverse is chosen from under “Allowed move”, the movement is resumed in the opposite direction until the end position is reached.

    • Pause: If Pause is chosen, disengaging the safety switch is enough for the cover to move in the opposite direction if Reverse is selected (from under “Allowed move”).

    • Reverse: If Reverse is chosen, engaging the safety button will stop and immediately reverse the movement until the end position is reached. This option requires Reverse movement to be allowed under “Allowed move”.

  • Allowed Move: Set the allowed move as None / Reverse depending on the selected “Action”.

  • Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Max Power Protection

Configure Shelly Device to turn off when power consumption reaches a set value in watts (W). Set the max power value between 0W to 4480W. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Max Voltage Protection

Configure Shelly Device to turn off when voltage reaches a set value in volts (V). Set the max voltage value between 0V to 280V. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Max Current Protection

Configure Shelly Device to turn off when the current reaches a set value in amperes (A). Set the max current value between 0A to 16A. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Under Voltage Protection

Input an under voltage protection value in volts. You may delete the value and save to reset to default value. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Under/Over voltage auto recovery

Click the toggle button to enable auto recovery to the state before the over/under voltage happened.

Application Settings

Consumption Calculation

Click the toggle button to enable exclusion of device from total room/account consumption.

Pin lock

Click the toggle button to enable Pin lock for this Shelly Device.

Sync Name

Click the toggle button to keep the device name in sync with the name given in the app.

Exclude From Activity Log

Click the toggle button to exclude this Shelly Device from the global activity log.

Share

Input an email and share control of the Device with another Shelly Smart Control user. The other user will only have access to the Main Controls, Notifications, Charts, and Application Settings tabs, and the Device Information on the Settings tab. The other user cannot see the other device tabs. View which email accounts this Shelly Device has been shared with, and click the delete button to the right of the email account you would like to delete. If a device has been shared with your account, view which account shared the device with you, and click the Remove from my account button if you wish to delete it from your account.

Settings

Eco Mode

Click the toggle button to enable/disable Eco mode. Device will consume less energy and run at a lower temperature. Device will reboot if you disable/enable this function.

Input type

Set the input type as button or switch. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Ide Power Threshold

Input a value between 0 to 50W to set a threshold below which the motor is considered stopped. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Idle Confirm Period

Input a value between 0.25 to 2 ms by which to delay the time when changing directions. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Control Button Mode

As a cover controller Shelly Device can work in 3 modes: Single, Dual or Detached.

  • Single:

    • If the input is configured as a Button, each button press cycles Open-Stop-Close-Stop.

    • If the input is configured as a Switch, each switch toggle cycles Open-Stop-Close-Stop.

  • Dual:
    If the inputs are configured as buttons:

    • Pressing a button when the cover is static, moves the cover in the corresponding direction until the endpoint is reached.

    • Pressing the button for the same direction while the cover is moving, stops the cover.

    • Pressing the button for the opposite direction, while the cover is moving, reverses the cover movement until the endpoint is reached.

    If the inputs are configured as switches in dual input mode:

    • Turning a switch on moves the cover in the corresponding direction until an endpoint is reached.

    • Turning the switch off stops the cover movement.

    • If both switches are turned on, Shelly Plus 2PM will respect the last engaged switch. Turning off the last engaged switch stops the cover movement, even if the other switch is still on. To move the cover in the opposite direction, the other switch has to be turned off and on again.

  • Detached:
    In this mode, the Shelly Device can only be controlled wirelessly. Even if buttons or switches are connected to the Device, they will not be allowed to control the cover movement in detached mode.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Reverse Directions

Click the toggle button to swap outputs. If the device outputs have been wired wrong, you can swap the outputs using this setting.

Swap inputs

Click the toggle button to swap inputs. If the device inputs have been wired wrong, you can swap them using this setting.

Calibration

Calibrate the cover position control. Ensure there are no obstacles in the way during the calibration. Press the Start calibration button to start the calibration process.

Action On Power On

Set the action that Shelly Device will execute after power comes back on. Configure Shelly Device to open/close/stop when it has power. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Movement Time Limits

Limit the time for moving in a direction in seconds. Input values must be from 0.1 to 300. Setting this to a low value may affect calibration. Input the time limit for the cover While opening and While closing. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Device Name

Set a name for your device. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Firmware Version

Shows your current firmware version. Click the Check for update button to check if there is a newer firmware version available. If a newer version is available, you can update your Shelly device by clicking the Update button.

Geo Location And Time Zone

Set your time zone and geo-location in one of three ways:

  • Select it manually by choosing your Time zone from the dropdown menu.

  • Select your location from the map by clicking Select from map button.

  • Enable automatic detection by clicking the Auto detect location button.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Device Reboot

Click the Reboot button to reboot your Shelly Device.

Factory Reset

Reset your Shelly Device to its factory settings by clicking the Factory reset button. This will disconnect the Shelly Device from your Wi-Fi network, and all associated users, including you, will be removed from this Device. All previously set data will be deleted.

Device Information

Here you can view the ID, IP and other settings of your device. Copy Device ID, Decimal ID, Device IP, and Device Type by clicking the copy icon to the right of each. Click the Delete button if you wish to remove the Shelly Device from your account.

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