Mirabella Genio Powerboard Power Strip (I002578)
Mirabella Genio Powerboard

Available from:

GPIO #Component
GPIO00 Relay1
GPIO01 Led1
GPIO02 None
GPIO03 None
GPIO04 Relay3
GPIO05 Relay2
GPIO09 None
GPIO10 None
GPIO12 Relay5
GPIO13 Button1
GPIO14 Relay6
GPIO15 Relay4
GPIO16 None
Configuration (old format, will be converted to new template when applied)
{"NAME":"Genio Powerboa","GPIO":[21,52,0,0,23,22,0,0,25,17,26,24,0],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}

Short press = All on incl. button LED
Long press = All off incl. button LED

Backlog ButtonTopic 0; SetOption1 1; SetOption32 20
Rule on button1#state=3 do backlog power1 0;power2 0;power4 0;power3 0;power5 0;power6 1 endon on button1#state=2 do backlog power1 1;power2 1;power4 1;power3 1;power5 1;power6 0 endon
Rule 1

alternative _______ I found only 5 relays in my board, 1 foreach plug, and one for the 2 usb outputs. template:{“NAME”:”Genio Powerboa”,”GPIO”:[56,0,0,0,22,21,0,0,24,17,25,23,0],”FLAG”:0,”BASE”:18}

The outlets set to relay 2 to 5, and the usb to relay 1. with

rule1 on button1#state=2 do backlog power5 2; power4 2; power3 2; power2 2 endon
ledmask 0x1e

A short press toggle all the outlets. A double press toggles the usb. The large led outside the button only lights if any of the outputs have power, not the usb. Every outlet has is only led, which just track the state of the outlet, no control. The usb also has and led, but it is hard to see. just a background blue glow that cab be seen if nothing is plugged in.