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Satel security system output control

Allar Valksaare 4 years ago in Devices / Other updated by Łukasz Klinger 2 years ago 1

I would like to know when can we control Satel integra ouputs with CC, i need to integrate a complete Satel smart home system to Bos and currently it is a huge workarounds to get the output states and output controls to bos

Can you add Satel output control to Bos cause this style of integrations is very very needed.
Next issue - integration to the alarm system is a good thing but changing the code of a user is also needed.
possible solution would be following - if you know the code for the user, then according to the open protocol hex sheet you can send a command -> (user1) with code 1111 -> change code 1111 -> 2222 = (user1) code now is 2222, for it to work you need to know the code of the user, so there will not be a need to create a new user, giving it security levels, rights and access to partitions or anything else. 

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DAIKIN AC Units controlled via Wi-Fi

Ghita Laurentiu 4 years ago in Devices / Http updated by Claudiu Ghisoiu 2 years ago 7

Hello everybody,

I've managed to integrate my DAIKIN AC units (Wi-Fi connected) in bOS so I can control them easily and use them in any scene. 

The only thing that you need is to change the IP to match the IP of your units. Hope you enjoy it. Feel free to ask if is something that does not work as you wish. 


Daikin AC Unit.bos

All the best,

Laurentiu

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New bOS's RPC API + Tasker | Tutorial

ComfortClick ComfortClick 5 years ago in Devices / Other updated by Jürgen Jürgenson 2 months ago 2

Hello!

Here we have a short tutorial on how to integrate bOS and TASKER using new bOS’ RPC service.

bOS offers a JSON RPC Service for integration with Tasker, IFTTT and other services.

This tutorial will show bOS RPC service interacting with TASKER on Android in a simple task, but the important thing here is to understand how to set-up the RPC service so you can do more complex integrations.

RPC service on the new bOS offers HTTP basic authentication with username and password.

In this example, we'll be using Tasker to turn a Z-Wave Socket off.

Of course, this can be done easily within bOS Client app, but this is just for demo purposes. You can change and adapt the task to your needs, for example, "If my phone battery is lower than 80%, turn the socket on", or "If I’ve reached my house, turn front door light on". The possibilities are endless.

Step 1: Configure your RPC service

  • In bOS Configurator, under API, enable RPC and define your Username and Password:

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Step 2: Find your Device Path

  • In this example, the Info tab from the Z-Wave socket device will show us the path: Devices\Z-Wave\Socket\Basic

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Now we need to form the JSON body to POST on TASKER.

The Path we have is: Devices\Z-Wave\Socket\Basic

We need to double the backslashes on the Path to form the JSON body to POST on TASKER service, so now we have: Devices\\Z-Wave\\Socket\\Basic

The simple SetValue body post looks something like this:

{"objectName":"INSERT PATH HERE","valueName":"Value","value":"true"} where "value":"true" is to turn the value to true or 1. You can change to false or 0 or look for other RPC examples.

For our valueName, we have “State”:

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To turn the Socket off, our body post is:

{"objectName":"Devices\\Z-Wave\\Socket\\Basic","valueName":"State","value":"false"}

Step 3: Tasker

  • Create a new task and include the “HTTP Post” action:
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Done! Now every time we run this task our Socket will turn off.

This is a simple example for demo purposes, but with more complex commands you can do whatever you want... call scenes, set other values, etc.

To call a RPC Service a HTTP POST call must be preformed with data content-type = "application/json";

Service offers the following commands

http://localhost:81/SetValue

POST data example (Turn ON a light): {"objectName":"Devices\\EIB\\Light 1","valueName":"Value","value":"true"}

http://localhost:81/GetValue

POST data example (Get light status): {"objectName":"Devices\\EIB\\Light 1","valueName":"Value"}

http://localhost:81/CallFunction

POST data example (Send alert to user):

{"objectName":"Building\\General\\Users\\User","functionName":"SendAlert","value":["'Hello'"]}

I hope you’ve enjoyed the tutorial and please post here the examples and ideas you have using the new bOS’ RPC API.

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RegEx Parsec

Marco Magnani 6 years ago in Devices / Http updated 6 years ago 5

Dear,

I try to use RegEx to collect some value data of my weather station (WS) from an HTML page. Unfortunately, the weather station doesn’t support API or XML, so from Http Device I import with success the WS html page in text and after I use RegEx to parsec it

The problem is that the RegEx implemented in bOS seams don’t manage the Capturing Group (in the picture is the $1) but only the matched string.

What I did was to select a specific part of the html imported page (the highlighted in the picture in green) and after extract the number 51 that is the value that I need to collect and associate to the integer variable in bOS as reported in the piture

Due to the WS uses almost the same html code to provide other sensors values ( e.g. for Outdor temp: <td bgcolor="#EDEFEF"><input name="outTemp" disabled="disabled" type="text" class="item_2" style="WIDTH: 80px" value="26.7" maxlength="8"></td>

I had to select the part of html code that contains the specific value number that I need to collect and use the capturing group to extract from the selected html code part the sensor value, but this regex sentence in bOS it seams doesn’t work

Can you help me to manage this issue or implement in bOS a way to manage the Capturing Group, please?


Marco

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Matter protocol

Fabien Fuster 2 years ago in bOS Configurator / Devices updated by Andy Gill 3 months ago 10
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RGBW with Colorpicker (HSV)

Bernhard Haba 3 years ago in Devices / KNX updated 3 years ago 4

Hi Guys,

i`m trying to install my RGBW-LED in KNX MDT-Controller.

The Situation is, that KNW/MDT get an Hex-Code for the Color and i do not know how to get the hexcode with the colorpicker.
I tried the colorpicker from downloads but this will use 4 channels with Red/Green/Blue/White and not one with HEX like the KNX.
How can i get the right Input for it?

Thank you.

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Connection to Siemens PLC

hvalec93 3 years ago in bOS Configurator / Devices updated by Calin Birtocean 3 years ago 2

Hi,

I have been tryin to estabilish connection between Siemens S-7 1200 PLC & Grinder, I have tried with tcp/ip connection and modbus, but no success.

I am trying to read bool values and writing them.

Have anyone had any success with this type of aplication?

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Communication KNX secure IP

Gruyère Energie SA 3 years ago in Devices / KNX updated by Admirim Toska 2 years ago 7

Is comfortclick expected to be KNX secure compatible?

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Not import ETS 1 byte 20.102 HVAC mode

Gruyère Energie SA 4 years ago in Devices / KNX updated by Paul G 4 years ago 4

Dear,

I try many times but the 1 byte DPT 20.102 HVAC mode is not imported. 

The datapoint is visible and correctely identified in the first step, but in the final step the DPT not present

In finaly the value is not imported to the bOS.

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SONOS to play radio stations

DiLight-Smart Solution Ltd DiL 4 years ago in Devices / Sonos updated by Ricardo Pinto | visiontech pt 4 years ago 1

Was anyone able to configure a bos program to play a radio station?

Also to play Spotify playlist?

Thanks, Ziv