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Vera Concierge Voice Commands

You must supply all requred information. If you do not you will be prompted for the appropriate information.
Notation for the semantic is as follows:
<Required Device Name or Alias>
<Room Name or Alias>
<Select, One, Of, These, Required, Options, From Comma, Separated, List>

Aliases are defined with the Local Concierge Server Interface.

Note many commands can take a list of devices or a list of room names.

This block describes the sematic options
This block provides an example request

Vera Concierge continues to listen to allow you to make multiple requests. When you are done, In response to the prompt for What else ? you can respond with nothing, goodbye, or no thanks.

What is the <Required Device Names or Aliases> <status> ?
What is the <status> of <Required Device Names or Aliases> ?
Tell me the <status> of <all, every, each> devices in the <Room Names or Aliases>

You can customize the status information returned for each device type with the Local Concierge Server Interface.

There is also a concept of active devices. You can customize what makes a device active. Do this with the Local Concierge Server Interface.

What is the <active, current, system> <status> ?
What is the active status ?
What is the Office Light status ?
What is the status of all devices in the Office ?
<run, start, execute, begin> <Required Scene Name or Alias>
Please run Watch Movie
These commands will work for devices that look like switches on your Vera, including Z-Wave and WiFti Switches, Power Strips, Virtual Switches, Multi Swithes, Combination Switches, and PLTS devices.
<Required Switch Names or Aliases> <on, turn on, set on, off, turn off, set off, flip, toggle>
<on, turn on, set on, off, turn off, set off, flip, toggle> <Required Switch Names or Aliases>
Please <on, turn on, set on, off, turn off, set off, flip, toggle> <all, every, each> switch in the <Room Names or Aliases>
Turn on the Office Light
Set the Kitchen Counter and Kitchen Overhead light to on
Turn off all devices in the Master Bedroom
Set the <Required Dimmer or Wall Covering Names or Aliases> to <High, Max, Bright, Medium, Average, Low, Dim, Number%>
Change <all, each, every> device to <High, Max, Bright, Medium, Average, Low, Dim, Number%> in<Room Names or Aliases>
Set the Office Light to medium
Change the Kitchen Counter and Kitchen Overhead to 70%
Set all devices in the Master Bedroom to 10%

Lock commands are safe because Google Home must recognize your Voice in order to tak to Vera Concierge. So it knows your not an intruder.

<Required Lock Names or Aliases> <Lock, Secure, Close, Unlock, Open>
<Lock, Secure, Close, Unlock, Open> <Required Lock Names or Aliases>
<Lock, Secure, Close, Unlock, Open> <all, each, every> lock
Lock the Front Door
Open the Garage Door

Lock commands are safe because Google Home must recognize your Voice in order to tak to Vera Concierge. So it knows your not an intruder.

You specify the PIN codes needed to Disarm using the Local Concierge Server Interface.

A future release will allow you to specify conditions needed to enable disarning and alarm partition.

Set the <Required Alarm Partiton Name or Alias> to <Arm, Secure, Away, Disarm, Disable, Stay, Perimiter>
<Arm, Secure, Away, Disarm, Disable, Stay, Perimiter> the <Required Alarm Partiton Name or Alias>
<Arm, Secure, Away, Disarm, Disable, Stay, Perimiter> <all, every, each> partition
Arm the House Alarm
Set the House Alarm to Perimiter
Disable the House Alarm

The various modes are: <Heat Mode, Heating, Cool Mode, Cooling, Fan On, Fan Mode On, Fam Continuous, Fan Auto, Fan Mode Auto, Off, Mode Off, Nornal, Occupied, Energy, Energy Savings, Set Back, UnOccupied, Vacant> and will be referred to below as <ModeOptions>

The various setpoint expressions are <Heating Level, Heating Set Point, Heating Setting, Heat Temperature, Heat Level, Heat Set Point, Heati Setting, Heat Temperature, Cooling Level, Cooling Set Point, Cooling Setting, Cooling Temperature, Cool Level, Cool Set Point, Cool Setting, Cool Temperature> and will be referred to below as <SetPointOptions>

Change the <Required Thermostat Name or Alias> to <ModeOptions>
Set the <Required Thermostat Name or Alias> <SetPointOptions> to <Some Number>
Set the Living Area to Cooling
Set the Living Area to Energy Savings
Set the Living Area to Fan On
Set the Living Area Cooling Level to 70

You can use the following commands for devices that have an ARM/BYPASS mode. This includes security sensors and PLTS devices.

<Required Device Names or Aliases> <Arm, Secure, Enable, Disarm, Disable, Bypass>
<Arm, Secure, Enable, Disarm, Disable, Bypass> <Required Device Names or Aliases>
<Arm, Secure, Enable, Disarm, Disable, Bypass> <all, each, every> device in<Room Names or Aliases>
Bypass the garage motion
Arm all devices in the Great Room

All sensors support the Status commands. Security Sensors support the ARM/BYPASS commands.

What is the Basement Temperature ?
Remote <Required Broadlingk Remote Control Folder Name> <on, in, with> <Reuired Broadlink DeviceName>
<Required Broadlingk Remote Control Folder Name> Remote <on, in, with> <Required Broadlink Device Name>
Remote Samsung in Living Room
Samsung Remote for Office

Followed by a sequence of commands such as:

<Broadling Code from the Remote Folder, again, repeat, stop, done>
Fox Business News
Volume Up
Done

Where:
again - Send the last command one more time.
repeat - Send the last command again evey 1/2 second until a stop or done command is received.
stop - Stop automatically sending the last command.
done - Done using the remote.


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