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  1. This QuickApp gets your energy consumption and production data from Tibber Live. This QuickApp can be used in combination with the Tibber Monitor to get the Tibber Prices. Based on the Fibaro WebSockets/GraphQL demo by Peter Gebruers If you use Tibber for your Energy Panel, you can use this Tibber Live QuickApp for your energy consumption and production combined with the Tibber Monitor QuickApp to provide the Energy Panel with the hourly prices. Main device with positive or negative actual power consumption Child devices are available for: power (Actual consumption with maxPower in log text) powerProduction (Actual production with maxPowerProduction in log text) accumulatedConsumption (Todays consumption, also child device for the Energy Panel) accumulatedProduction (Todays production) accumulatedCost (Todays cost) lastMeterConsumption (Total consumption) lastMeterProduction (Total production) voltagePhase1 voltagePhase2 voltagePhase3 currentL1 currentL2 currentL3 Available information: power (Consumption at the moment (Watt)) maxPower (Peak consumption since midnight (Watt)) powerProduction (Net production (A-) at the moment (Watt)) maxPowerProduction (Max net production since midnight (Watt)) accumulatedConsumption (kWh consumed since midnight) accumulatedProduction (net kWh produced since midnight) accumulatedCost (Accumulated cost since midnight; requires active Tibber power deal) currency (Currency of displayed cost; requires active Tibber power deal) lastMeterConsumption (Last meter active import register state (kWh)) lastMeterProduction (Last meter active export register state (kWh)) voltagePhase1 (Voltage on phase 1) * voltagePhase2 (Voltage on phase 2) * voltagePhase3 (Voltage on phase 3) * currentL1 (Current on L1) * currentL2 (Current on L2) * currentL3 (Current on L3) * accumulatedConsumptionLastHour (kWh consumed since since last hour shift) accumulatedProductionLastHour (net kWh produced since last hour shift) accumulatedReward (Accumulated reward since midnight; requires active Tibber power deal) minPower (Min consumption since midnight (Watt)) averagePower (Average consumption since midnight (Watt)) powerReactive (Reactive consumption (Q+) at the moment (kVAr)) * powerProductionReactive (Net reactive production (Q-) at the moment (kVAr)) * minPowerProduction (Min net production since midnight (Watt)) powerFactor (Power factor (active power / apparent power)) * signalStrength (Device signal strength (Pulse - dB; Watty - percent)) * timestamp (Timestamp when usage occurred) * on Kaifa and Aidon meters the value is not part of every HAN data frame therefore the value is null at timestamps with second value other than 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50. There can be other deviations based on concrete meter firmware. In this QuickApp "null" values are replaced by their previous values. To communicate with the API you need to acquire a OAuth access token and pass this along with every request passed to the server. A Personal Access Token give you access to your data and your data only. This is ideal for DIY people that want to leverage the Tibber platform to extend the smartness of their home. Such a token can be acquired here: https://developer.tibber.com When creating your access token or OAuth client you’ll be asked which scopes you want the access token to be associated with. These scopes tells the API which data and operations the client is allowed to perform on the user’s behalf. The scopes your app requires depend on the type of data it is trying to request. If you for example need access to user information you add the USER scope. If information about the user's homes is needed you add the appropriate HOME scopes. If you have more than one home in your subscription, you need to fill in your home number the change between your homes. If the Tibber server disconnects the webSocket, the QuickApp wil do a re-connect for the amount in the QuickApp variable reconnect. If the re-connect fails for that amount, there will be a timeout for the seconds in the QuickApp variable timeout. Use this QuickApp at your own risk. You are responsible for ensuring that the information provided via this QuickApp do not contain errors. Tibber is a registered trademark being the property of TIBBER. TIBBER reserves all rights to the registered trademarks. Information which is published on TIBBER’s websites belongs to TIBBER or is used with the permission of the rights holder. Making of copies, presentations, distribution, display or any other transfer of the information on the website to the public is, except for strictly private use, prohibited unless done with the consent of TIBBER. Published material on dedicated TIBBER press websites, intended for public use, is exempt from the consent requirement. Also see: https://tibber.com/en/legal-notice Guide Communicating with the Tibber API: https://developer.tibber.com/docs/guides/calling-api Tibber API Explorer: https://developer.tibber.com/explorer Fibaro webSocket manual: https://manuals.fibaro.com/knowledge-base-browse/hc3-quick-apps-websocket-client/ Fibaro Forum Headers in webSocket: https://forum.fibaro.com/topic/60307-added-support-for-headers-in-websocket-connections-any-documentation WebSocket++ Documentation: https://docs.websocketpp.org GraphQL query language: https://spec.graphql.org/June2018/#sec-Language Version 1.0 (19th June 2022) Initial webSocket version Tibber Live Thanks @JcBorgs for testing all beta versions and great suggestion to improve the quickapp Based on the Fibaro WebSockets/GraphQL demo by @petergebruers Variables (mandatory and created automatically): token = Authorization token (see the Tibber website: https://developer.tibber.com) homeId = Tibber Home ID (see the Tibber website: https://developer.tibber.com) reconnect = Amount of re-connects after disconnect from Tibber server (default = 10) timeout = Pause after maximum amount of re-connects (default = 300) debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=Offline Simulation Mode, 5=Live Test Mode) (default = 1) Fibaro Firmware: Minimal version 5.111.48 (beta) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/tibber_live/archive/refs/tags/tibber-live-1.zip or from the Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/tibber-live How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  2. This QuickApp can be used as your Fibaro Homecenter 3 Weather Provider (Settings - 6. General - Main - Main Devices - Weather Provider) The Buienradar Weather QuickApp contains the current Dutch weather measurements, the weather forecast and the 5-day forecast The 5-days forecast is shown in the labels and the tomorrow forecast is shown in the child devices The current observations are measured by KNMI weather stations spread across The Netherlands and are updated every 10 minutes The weather report is updated several times a day by the Buienradar meteorologists The QuickApp has child devices for: Temperature °C Feel temperature °C Ground temperature °C Humidity % Absolute humidity g/m³ Airpressure hPa Windspeed m/s Windspeed km/h Winddirectiondegrees ° (plus wind direction and arrow) Windspeed Bft Windgusts km/h Rain mm/h Rain Last 24h mm Sunpower Watt/m² Visibility km Sunset (time) Sunrise (time) Sun Chance tomorrow % Min Temp tomorrow °C Max Temp tomorrow °C Rain Chance tomorrow % Min Rain tomorrow mm/h Max Rain tomorrow mm/h Wind tomorrow m/s (plus wind direction and arrow) Wind tomorrow km/h (plus wind direction and arrow) This QuickApp is plug-and-play. The only thing you can do, is change the Station ID to a weather-station nearby from the list or add some nice icons to the devices. Wind Chill (based on the JAG/TI-method) and is only valid for temperatures between -46 C and +10 C and is only valid for wind speed between 1.3 m/s and 49 m/s Windspeed is shown in m/s (km/3.6) Absolute humidity is the measure of water vapor (moisture) in the air, regardless of temperature. It is expressed as grams of moisture per cubic meter of air (g/m3) conditionCodes = {unavailable = 3200, clear = 32, rain = 40, snow = 43, storm = 38, cloudy = 30, fog = 20,} The time shown in the QuickApp, is the last time of the measurement from Buienradar (not the system time) Changes version 3.0 (23rd March 2022) Added 5-days forecast to the labels Addded child devices for: Feel temperature °C Ground temperature °C Windspeed km/h Windspeed Bft Windgusts km/h Rain Last 24h mm Sun Chance tomorrow % Min Temp tomorrow °C Max Temp tomorrow °C Rain Chance tomorrow % Min Rain tomorrow mm/h Max Rain tomorrow mm/h Wind tomorrow m/s (plus wind direction and arrow) Wind tomorrow km/h (plus wind direction and arrow) Changed SunPower device type to powerSensor Changed all Wind devices types to windSensor Converted date-times to more nice format Quickapp variable setGlobalVar changed to boolean Added Quickapp variable stationWarning to show a warning (once) if your station hasn't got some weather value (default is true) Optimised some code Changes version 2.1 (15th January 2021) Added weatherdescription: "Mix van opklaringen en hoge bewolking" to conditioncode "cloudy" "Half bewolkt" to conditioncode "cloudy" "Opklaring en lokaal nevel of mist" to conditioncode "fog" "Zwaar bewolkt met lichte sneeuwval" to conditionCode "snow" "Zwaar bewolkt met regen en winterse neerslag" to conditioncode "snow" "Afwisselend bewolkt met lichte sneeuwval" to conditioncode "snow" "Zware sneeuwval" to conditioncode "snow" "Opklaringen en kans op enkele pittige (onweers)buien" to conditioncode "rain" "Bewolkt en kans op enkele pittige (onweers)buien" to conditioncode "rain" Added Airpressure Text in log of Airpressure Child Device Changes version 2.0 (3rd January 2021) Added Child Devices for: Temperature °C (including feeltemperature and groundtemperature) Humidity % Absolute humidity g/m³ Airpressure hPa Windspeed m/s (including windspeedBft and Windgust km/h) Winddirectiondegrees ° (including winddirection and arrow) Rain mm/h (including rainFallLast24Hour mm) Sunpower watt/m² Visibility km Sunset (time) Sunrise (time) Re-arranged the labels Added backup station functionality for weather stations that don't have all the data, the data from 6260 Meetstation De Bilt is used. Improved check for missing data Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1. Changes version 1.0 (25th October 2020) Added weatherdescription "Zwaar bewolkt met wat lichte regen" to conditionCode "rain" Changes version 0.6 (9th September 2020) Changed conditionCodes storm = 38 snow = 43 and unknown = unavailable Added weatherdescription "Afwisselend bewolkt met (mogelijk) wat lichte regen" to conditionCode "rain" and and "Afwisselend bewolkt met lokaal mist(banken)" to conditionCode "fog" Changes version 0.5 (4th September 2020) Added wind direction, air pressure and feel temperature to QuickApp labels Changed stationname to regio in labels and log Changed the names of the Global Variables to meet the Fibaro standards and shortened them (please manually delete your old ones and change the names in your scenes) Added an extra check for response of Buienradar (jsonTable) Changes version 0.4 (22nd August 2020) Completely renewed code Several Global Variables are available for personal use Added QuickApp variable SetGlobalVar true or false, whether you want to use the Global Variables Added QuickApp variable Timeout for finetuning waiting for response Changes version 0.3 (11th August 2020) error message instead of debug message in case of an error Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited Weather conditions: The Buienradar weather description is converted to the right Fibaro condition codes, with the icons: Fibaro Dashboard: The Fibaro properties Temperature, Humidity and Wind values are updated to show in your dashboard: Mobile App: For the Mobile app these values are available: For the most accurate measurements you can select a Station in your neighborhood: 6391 Meetstation Arcen / 6275 Meetstation Arnhem / 6249 Meetstation Berkhout / 6308 Meetstation Cadzand / 6260 Meetstation De Bilt / 6235 Meetstation Den Helder / 6370 Meetstation Eindhoven / 6377 Meetstation Ell / 6321 Meetstation Euro platform / 6350 Meetstation Gilze Rijen / 6323 Meetstation Goes / 6283 Meetstation Groenlo-Hupsel / 6280 Meetstation Groningen / 6315 Meetstation Hansweert / 6278 Meetstation Heino / 6356 Meetstation Herwijnen / 6330 Meetstation Hoek van Holland / 6279 Meetstation Hoogeveen / 6251 Meetstation Hoorn Terschelling / 6258 Meetstation Houtribdijk / 6285 Meetstation Huibertgat / 6209 Meetstation IJmond / 6225 Meetstation IJmuiden / 6277 Meetstation Lauwersoog / 6320 Meetstation LE Goeree / 6270 Meetstation Leeuwarden / 6269 Meetstation Lelystad / 6348 Meetstation Lopik-Cabauw / 6380 Meetstation Maastricht / 6273 Meetstation Marknesse / 6286 Meetstation Nieuw Beerta / 6312 Meetstation Oosterschelde / 6344 Meetstation Rotterdam / 6343 Meetstation Rotterdam Geulhaven / 6316 Meetstation Schaar / 6240 Meetstation Schiphol / 6324 Meetstation Stavenisse / 6267 Meetstation Stavoren / 6229 Meetstation Texelhors / 6331 Meetstation Tholen / 6290 Meetstation Twente / 6313 Meetstation Vlakte aan de Raan / 6242 Meetstation Vlieland / 6310 Meetstation Vlissingen / 6375 Meetstation Volkel / 6215 Meetstation Voorschoten / 6319 Meetstation Westdorpe / 6248 Meetstation Wijdenes / 6257 Meetstation Wijk aan Zee / 6340 Meetstation Woensdrecht / 6239 Meetstation Zeeplatform F-3 / 6252 Meetstation Zeeplatform K13 QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): interval = Number in seconds to update the data (defaul = 601) timeout = Number in seconds to wait for a response (default = 5) stationID = Number of the station you want to use for weather measurements (default = 6260 Meetstation De Bilt) backupstationID = Number of the backup station for missing weather data from stations that don't have all the data (default = 6260 Meetstation De Bilt). Don't change this ID unless you know what you are doing. setGlobalVar = true or false, whether you want tu use the Global Variables (default = false) stationWarning = true or false, whether you want to receive warnings if your station hasn't got some weather value (default is true) debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all) (default = 1) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/buienradar_weather/archive/refs/tags/buienradar_weather_30.zip or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/buienradar-weather How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa JSON data copyright: (C)opyright Buienradar / RTL. All rights reserved JSON data terms: This feed may be used freely under condition of source reference buienradar.nl including a hyperlink to https://www.buienradar.nl. The feed cannot be derived from users or other persons.
  3. This QuickApp monitors your Solax managed Solar Panels The QuickApp has (child) devices for Solarpower/m², Today production, Total production, Total Power to Grid, Total Energy to Grid, Energy from Grid, Total Power/m², Battery Energy, AC Power R, AC Power S, AC Power T, Battery Power, Power DC1, Power DC2, Power DC3 and Power DC4 The rateType interface of child device Today Energy is automatically set to "production" The readings from the child device Today Energy will be shown in the new energy panel The readings from the child device Total Energy is automatically set to the right Wh unit (Wh, kWh, MWh or GWh) See API documentation on https://www.eu.solaxcloud.com/phoebus/resource/files/userGuide/Solax_API_for_End-user_V1.0.pdf User can get a specific range of information through the granted tokenID. Please obtain your tokenID on the API page of Solaxcloud for free. The tokenID can be used to obtain real-time data of your inverter system. The obtain frequency need to be lower than 10 times/min and 10,000 times/day. Version 2.0 (16th April 2022) Added Child Devices for feedinpower, feedinenergy, consumeenergy, feedinpowerM2, soc, peps1, peps2, peps3, batPower, powerdc1, powerdc2, powerdc3, powerdc4 Added all values returned from the Solax Cloud to the labels Changed all the device types to the most current ones Changed the handling of bad responses from the Solax Cloud Replaced null values in responses with 0.0 Optimized some code Version 1.0 (17th November 2021) Tested, ready for release Version 0.2 (15th November 2021) Changed json response Version 0.1 (13th November 2021) First (test) version Variables (mandatory): tokenId = token ID of your Solax Inverter, obtain your tokenID on the API page of Solaxcloud for free inverterSN = Unique identifier (Serial No.) of your Solax inverter solarM2 = The amount of m2 Solar Panels (use . for decimals) for calculating Solar Power m² (default = 0) interval = The default is 300 seconds (5 minutes), the daily API limitation is maximum 10 times/min and 10,000 times/day debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/solax_monitor/archive/refs/tags/solax_monitor-2.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  4. This Quickapp retrieves energy consumption, energy production, gas and water usage from the (P1 Monitor) energy, gas and water meter. Child Devices for Consumption (Watt), Production (Watt), Todays Consumption (kWh), Todays Production (kWh), Gross Consumption (Watt), Device Consumption (Watt), Waterflow (Liter), Consumption High (kWh), Consumption Low (kWh), Production High (kWh), Production Low (kWh), Consumption L1 L2 L3 (Watt), Production L1 L2 and L3 (Watt), Ampere L1 L2 L3 (Amp), Voltage L1 L2 L3 (Volt), Total Gas (m³) and Total Waterflow (m³). Energy consumption and energy production is added to the (new) HC3 energy panel. All power consumption of all HomeCenter devices is summarized. The difference between the total power consumption and the power consumption of the HomeCenter devices is put in a unused device (unless the powerID = 0 or empty). The Child device Todays Consumption can be selected in the Generals Settings as "Main energy meter". Doing so, the summary consumption will be from this device. If not, the consumption will come from the Child device Consumption High, the Child device Consumption Low and all your energy registering Z-wave devices and there values will be counted twice unless you change the Energy panel setting of each energy registering Z-wave device. Interval: It is now possible to process messages from the smart meter every second. Of course, this is only possible if the smart meter actually sends a message every second. This can be turned on via the ztatz software P1 port configuration page via the "maximum processing speed" option. Note that this gives a high(er) load on the Rpi. It has been tested on the Rpi3/Rpi4 and works well on it. Older or other RPIs have not been tested. BTW The P1 Monitor QuickApp uses 2 API calls each cycle, and if you also use Waterflow, 3 API calls each cycle. With an interval setting of 10 seconds there is an API call every 5 seconds (and with Waterflow enabled, every 3.33 seconds). So the fastest interval setting will probably be 3 seconds with Waterflow and 2 seconds without Waterflow. Docker version Docker container based on the ztatz.nl software. The container version has the same functionality as the full version for the Raspberry Pi. Docker container: https://hub.docker.com/r/mclaassen/p1mon I use a Raspberry Pi Smart Meter Cable Starter Kit - Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.1 2GB - 8GB Micro SDHC - Original Raspberry Pi 4B Enclosure - Original Raspberry Pi USB-C 3A power supply - Smart Meter cable - P1 Monitor software from: https://www.ztatz.nl - Water Flow Sensor (M18 8mm sensing DC 5V NPN NO LJ18A3-8-Z/BX-5V cylinder inductive proximity sensor switch work voltage 5VDC special for MCU) ToDo as soon as the Yubii Mobile App supports all device types: water -> com.fibaro.waterMeter ampere/voltage -> com.fibaro.electricMeter gas -> com.fibaro.gasMeter devices with power values (Watt) --> com.fibaro.powerMeter Version 1.6 (8th January 2022) Changed the waterflow algoritme to show more stable and more acurate measurements Small change in the code for checking existance of waterflow sensor Changed the Waterflow unit from Liter to L/min Added experimental net consumption to power Added Lasthour gas to labels Changed the API request for status to json output Version 1.5 (4th September 2021) Support of new Energy Panel: Changed Child device Net Consumption to Main device with type com.fibaro.powerSensor (value can be positive or negative) Added Child device Todays Consumption to show the daily energy consumption in kWh Added Child device Todays Production to show the daily energy production in kWh Changed Child device Consumption High and Low to com.fibaro.energyMeter (kWh in property "value"; "rateType" = consumption). These values will be shown in the new energy panel. Changed Child device Production High and Low to com.fibaro.energyMeter (kWh in property "value"; "rateType" = production). These values will be shown in the new energy panel. Added automaticaly change rateType interface of Child device Consumption High and Low to "consumption" and Production High and Low to "production Changed Child device Consumption and Production to type com.fibaro.powerSensor (Watt) to show power graphs Changed Child device Consumption L1, L2 and L3 and Production L1, L2 and L3 to type com.fibaro.powerSensor (Watt) to show power graphs Additional changes: Added todays Maximum consumption and todays Maximum production and timestamp to the label text and Child device log text Added todays Maximum consumption and todays Maximum production automatic format measurement to W, Kw, MW or GW Added todays Consumption low and high (kWh) and todays Production low and high (kWh) to the label text and Child devices log text Added todays Consumption of gas in the label text and Child device log text Added Timestamp in format dd-mm-yyyy hh:mm:ss to log of Main device and labels Placed production below consumption in the labels Solved bug when Production is higher than Consumption with calculation of Gross Consumption (Gross Consumption = Net Consumption minus or plus Device Consumption) Version 1.4 (11th April 2021) Added Child Devices Waterflow and Total Waterflow Version 1.3 (13th February 2021) Added Child Devices for Voltage L1 L2 L3 Version 1.2 (6th February 2021) Added a lot of Child Device Version 1.1 (18th January 2021) Solved a bug when powerID = 0 Version 1.0 (15th Januari 2021) Changed routine te get Energy Device ID's fast (no more maxNodeID needed) Added "Update Devicelist" button to update the Energy devicelist Added Tarifcode High and Low (and empty for flat fee) Rounded Consumption and Production to zero digits Watt Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1. Re-aranged the labels Cleaned up some code Version 0.3 (16th August 2020) Added Quickapp variables for easy configuration Added Power Production Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited Tested on Raspberry Pi model: Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.1 P1 Monitor version: 20211203 V1.5.0 (see: https://www.ztatz.nl) (al-in-one software package includes Linux-5.10.63-v7l+-armv7l-with-debian-10.11 and Python versie: 3.7.3) QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): IPaddress = IP address of your P1 monitor Interval = Number in seconds, the P1 Monitor normally is updated every 10 seconds powerID = ID of the device where you want to capture the 'delta' power, use 0 if you don't want to store the energy consumption debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all) (default = 1) waterMeter = Existance of watermeter true or false (default = false) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/p1_monitor/archive/refs/tags/p1-monitor-16.zip or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/p1-monitor How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  5. This Quickapp retrieves energy consumption, energy production and gas usage from the Toon Energy meter version 1 or 2. This QuickApp has Child Devices for Consumption (Watt), Production (Watt), Consumption High (kWh), Consumption Low (kWh), Production High (kWh), Production Low (kWh), Production Actual (Watt), Gas Usage (l/h) and Total Gas (m³) The Energy Usage from the Child devices Consumption High, Consumption Low, Production High and Production Low can be used for the HC3 Energy Panel Your Toon Energy Meter needs to be rooted, see: https://github.com/JackV2020/Root-A-Toon-USB-Stick. This is the recommended all in one solution with a one time boot from USB stick, 10 minutes of work and done. After rooting you don't need a subscription anymore and you have access to a ToonStore with a growing number of apps. For more technical people there is a possibility to ssh into the Toon if they want with username root and password toon. Rooting is at your own risk, look here for further support and info: See also: https://github.com/ToonSoftwareCollective/Root-A-Toon (if you already have a running Linux environment) See also: https://toonforum.nl/ See also: https://www.domoticaforum.eu/ Version 1.3 (20th February 2022) Solved issue with "NaN" responses or other bad responses from Toon Energy Added child device voor actual solar production Version 1.2 (27th December 2021) Solved code error with toonVersion Version 1.1 (27th December 2021) Added support for Toon version 1 Added Simulation notice in labels Version 1.0 (3th October 2021) Ready for download Version 0.2 (30th September 2021) Gas from m³/h to l/h Splashed a bug Version 0.1 (29th September 2021) Initial version Variables (mandatory): IPaddress = IP address of your Toon Meter toonVersion = Version 1 or 2 (default) Interval = Number in seconds debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/toon_energy/archive/refs/tags/toon_energy-13.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  6. This QuickApp gives access to real-time and 5-day forecast pollen count and risk category for grass pollen, mold spores, ragweed pollen and tree pollen of any location from AccuWeather.com Pollen is a fine powder produced by trees and plants Pollen can severely affect people, especially those with different ailments such as asthma and respiratory issues. It can aggravate these existing conditions or cause these issues in high risk groups Grass Pollen: Pollen grains from grasses Mold Spores: The fungus produces spores that can become airborne Radweed Pollen: Ragweeds are annual and perennial herbs and shrubs. A single plant may produce about a billion grains of pollen per season. Tree Pollen: Pollen from trees such as Birch and Oak The QuickApp provides a risk evaluation with levels in particles/m³ Grass Pollen Risk Begin Range End Range Low 0 4.99 Moderate 5 19.99 High 20 199.99 Very High 200 299.99 Extreme 300 1000000 Mold Spores Risk Begin Range End Range Low 0 6499.99 Moderate 6500 12999.99 High 13000 49999.99 Very High 50000 64999.99 Extreme 65000 1000000 Ragweed Pollen Risk Begin Range End Range Low 0 9.99 Moderate 10 49.99 High 50 499.99 Very High 500 649.99 Extreme 650 1000000 Tree Pollen Risk Begin Range End Range Low 0 14.99 Moderate 15 89.99 High 90 1499.99 Very High 1500 2999.99 Extreme 3000 1000000 IMPORTANT You need an API key from https://developer.accuweather.com The API is free up to 50 API calls/day, one key Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from AccuWeather locationKey = AccuWeather number from your HC3 Lon/Lat interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number) ownload the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/accuweather_pollen/archive/refs/tags/accuweather_pollen-01.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  7. This QuickApp gives access to real-time pollen count and risk category for grass pollen, weed pollen and tree pollen of any location from Tomorrow.io Pollen is a fine powder produced by trees and plants Pollen can severely affect people, especially those with different ailments such as asthma and respiratory issues. Version 0.1 (15th August 2021) Initial working version Pollen: Grass Pollen: Pollen grains from grasses Weed Pollen: Weeds are annual and perennial herbs and shrubs. A single plant may produce about a billion grains of pollen per season. Tree Pollen: Pollen from trees such as Birch and Oak Risk: 0: None 1: Very low 2: Low 3: Medium 4: High 5: Very High IMPORTANT You need an API key from https://app.tomorrow.io The API is free up to 500 calls / per day, 25 calls / per hour, 3 calls / per second (Pollen is 5% of rate limit) You need to create your location in https://app.tomorrow.io/locations to get a location ID and copy it to the QuickApp variable Variables (mandatory): Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from Tomorrow.io location = Tomorrow.io location ID (created in https://app.tomorrow.io/locations) interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/Tomorrow.io_Pollen/archive/refs/tags/tomorrow_io_pollen-01.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  8. This Quickapp retrieves power consumption, solar production, gas usage and water flow from the Iungo Monitor, Solarpanel and Watermeter (Child) Devices for Consumption, Production, Solar Power, Water Flow, Consumption High, Consumption Low, Production High, Production Low, Total Gas and Total Water FLow Version 1.1 (11th September 2021) Changed the Child Devices Consumption High, Consumption Low, Production High and Production Low to device type energyMeter to facilitate the new Energy Panel Added automaticaly change rateType interface of Child device Consumption High and Low to "consumption" and Production High and Low to "production" Changed the Main Device to device type powerSensor to show the power graphs Added Net Consumption to the value of the Main Device Changed the Child Devices Consumption, Production and Solar Power to device type powerSensor to show the power graphs Changed the Water Flow unit text from m³ to Litre Added the amount of m2 Solar Panels to the log text ot the Child Device Solar Power and to the labels Changed meterreading to automatically kWh, MWh of GWh Moved tarif informatie to main device log text Added Meter measurement for Consumption High, Consumption Low, Production High, Production Low, Gas and Water to reset the measurements Added Meter measurement Date for Consumption High, Consumption Low, Production High, Production Low, Gas and Water Removed Refresh button Added some extra debug information when debug level = 3 Version 1.0 (6th February 2021) Now also supports Iungo Solarpanel and Iungo Watermeter Added a lot of Child devices Added QuickApp Variable for user defined icon Mother Device Added QuickApp Variable for Solar Power m2 Removed calculation and storage of energy consumption of Fibaro devices Version 0.6 (22nd January 2021) Now also supports Iungo basic version Version 0.5 (21 January 2021) Initial version QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): IPaddress = IP address of your Iungo Monitor solarPanel = true or false for use of the SolarPanel module (default is false) waterMeter = true or false for use of the Watermeter module (default is false) interval = Number in seconds, the Lungo Monitor normally is updated every 10 seconds solarM2 = The amount of m2 Solar Panels (use . for decimals) for calculating Solar Power m2 debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) meterConsHigh = Last meter measurement Consumption High meterConsLow = Last meter measurement Consumption Low meterProdHigh = Last meter measurement Production High meterProdLow = Last meter measurement Production Low meterGas = Last meter measurement Gas meterWater = Last meter measurement Water meterConsHighD = Date last meter measurement Consumption High meterConsLowD = Date last meter measurement Consumption Low meterProdHighD = Date last meter measurement Production High meterProdLowD = Date last meter measurement Production Low meterGasD = Date last meter measurement Gas meterWaterD = Date last meter measurement Water Tested with: Iungo lite version Firmware Rev 3683 (07-01-2021) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/iungo_monitor/archive/refs/tags/iungo_monitor-11.zip or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/iungo-monitor How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  9. The QuickApp Air Quality OpenWeatherMap provides the current and forecast measurements for your location on Air Quality. Besides basic Air Quality Index the QuickApp provides also data about polluting gases such as Carbon monoxide (CO), Nitrogen monoxide (NO), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3), and particulates (PM2.5 and PM10). This QuickApp has Child Devices for Carbon monoxide (CO), Nitrogen monoxide (NO), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3), PM2.5 and PM10 for current measurement. This QuickApp has also Child Devices for Air Quality Index, Carbon monoxide (CO), Nitrogen monoxide (NO), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3), PM2.5 and PM10 for forecast measurement. This QuickApp has Child Devices for Carbon monoxide (CO), Nitrogen monoxide (NO), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3), PM2.5 and PM10. Common Air Quality Index (CAQI) The Common Air Quality Index (CAQI) is an air quality index used in Europe since 2006. In November 2017, the European Environment Agency announced the European Air Quality Index (EAQI) and started encouraging its use on websites and for other ways of informing the public about air quality. As of 2012, the EU-supported project CiteairII argued that the CAQI had been evaluated on a "large set" of data, and described the CAQI's motivation and definition. CiteairII stated that having an air quality index that would be easy to present to the general public was a major motivation, leaving aside the more complex question of a health-based index, which would require, for example, effects of combined levels of different pollutants. The main aim of the CAQI was to have an index that would encourage wide comparison across the EU, without replacing local indices. CiteairII stated that the "main goal of the CAQI is not to warn people for possible adverse health effects of poor air quality but to attract their attention to urban air pollution and its main source (traffic) and help them decrease their exposure." The CAQI is a number on a scale from 1 to 100, where a low value means good air quality and a high value means bad air quality. The index is defined in both hourly and daily versions, and separately near roads (a "roadside" or "traffic" index) or away from roads (a "background" index). As of 2012, the CAQI had two mandatory components for the roadside index, NO2 and PM10, and three mandatory components for the background index, NO2, PM10 and O3. It also included optional pollutants PM2.5, CO and SO2. A "sub-index" is calculated for each of the mandatory (and optional if available) components. The CAQI is defined as the sub-index that represents the worst quality among those components. Here is a description of Air Quality index levels Pollutant concentration in μg/m3: Index NO2 PM10 O3 PM25 (optional) Good 1 0-50 0-25 0-60 0-15 Fair 2 50-100 25-50 60-120 15-30 Moderate 3 100-200 50-90 120-180 30-55 Poor 4 200-400 90-180 180-240 55-110 Very Poor 5 >400 >180 >240 >110 See more on CAQI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_quality_index IMPORTANT You need an API key from https://home.openweathermap.org The API is free up to 60 calls per minute Version 1.0 (7th November 2021) Added forecast measurements with hours you want your forecast. The forecast is shown in child devices and labels for all measurements. Version 0.1 (9th October 2021) Initial version Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from https://agromonitoring.com latitude = latitude of your location (Default is the latitude of your HC3) longitude = longitude of your location (Default is the longitude of your HC3) interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/air_quality_openweathermap/archive/refs/tags/air_quality_owm-1.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  10. Ambee changed their API policy to only paid and a (too) short trial time. This QuickApp gives access to real-time water vapor level of any location in Asia, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand by latitude and longitude. Water vapor resolution varies from 1 hour to 2 days, based on the availability of data and the change of data with respect to a particular location. IMPORTANT You need an API key form https://www.getambee.com UPDATE 6th of August 2021: The API is free up to 100 API calls/day for 15 days, with zero limitations on country, access to air quality, pollen, weather and fire data and dedicated support. After 15 days you have to migratie to a paid plan. Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from https://www.getambee.com interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number)
  11. Ambee changed their API policy to only paid and a (too) short trial time. This QuickApp gives access to real-time soil moisture (Volumetric Soil Moisture (VSM) level in percentage (%)) and soil temperature (temperature of the soil in celsius (℃)) levels of any location in Asia, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand by latitude and longitude. Soil data resolution is set at 7 days (with Ambee). Soil moisture is the amount of water content present in soil. Soil moisture depends on precipitation, temperature, soil characteristics, ground water content and more. Soil temperature affects the soil moisture content. Optimal soil temperature and moisture content is needed for crop yield. IMPORTANT You need an API key form https://www.getambee.com UPDATE 6th of August 2021: The API is free up to 100 API calls/day for 15 days, with zero limitations on country, access to air quality, pollen, weather and fire data and dedicated support. After 15 days you have to migratie to a paid plan. Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from https://www.getambee.com interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number)
  12. Ambee changed their API policy to only paid and a (too) short trial time. This QuickApp gives access to real-time pollen count - tree, grass and weed, of any location in Asia, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand by latitude and longitude. Pollen is a fine powder produced by trees and plants. Pollen can severely affect people, especially those with different ailments such as asthma and respiratory issues. It can aggravate these existing conditions or cause these issues in high risk groups. Grass Pollen: Pollen grains from grasses. Measuring unit is pollen particles/m³ Tree Pollen: Pollen from trees such as Birch and Oak. Measuring unit is pollen particles/m³ The QuickApp provides a risk evaluation with levels Low - Mild risk to those with severe respiratory issues. No risk for the general public Moderate - Risky for those with severe respiratory problems. Mild risk for the general public High - Risky for all groups of people Very High - Highly risky for all groups of people IMPORTANT You need an API key from https://www.getambee.com UPDATE 6th of August 2021: The API is free up to 100 API calls/day for 15 days, with zero limitations on country, access to air quality, pollen, weather and fire data and dedicated support. After 15 days you have to migratie to a paid plan. Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from https://www.getambee.com interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number)
  13. Dear Fibaro users, Here is a list of all standalone products available on Fibaro forum download section made by Sankotronic LabTM: NEW Sonos API Player VD v1.0 - Sonos is the ultimate wireless home sound system that brings brilliant sound to all parts of house, room by room. Sonos API Player VD enables Fibaro Home Center 2 to control Sonos Wi-Fi multi-room speakers and show their status using jishi node-sonos-http-api as mediator between Sonos and Fibaro. It is available here for download: Forum download (UPDATED 23 Jun 2021) NEW Hydrawise Control v1.0 - Hydrawise Control VD provides seamless integration of Hunter Hydrawise irrigation controllers with Fibaro Home Center 2. It uses Weather State and Forecast module made by same author in its latest version to automatically delay watering depending on current and forecast rain precipitation. VD shows current status of the controller and enables manual control of zones. It is available here for download: Forum download (UPDATED 22 Jun 2021) Irrigation Control v1.0 - Finally a solution that brings seamless and easy Irrigation control to HC2. This solution overrides all limitations of the HC2 sprinklers panel. With this solution it is possible to set watering duration up to 100 minutes. Also no more overlapping zone watering times. Adjustment of watering is done according to current and forecast weather and rain amount and then zone watering start times automatically adjusted so there is no more overlapping and pressure drops in the system. Your beautiful garden will stay beautiful with this solution. It is available here for download: Fourm download (UPDATED on 28 May 2021) Netatmo Public Weather station suite v1.0 - Netatmo Public Weather station suite brings local weather data to users that do not have their own personal weather station. It is must have in combination with Weather State & Forecast suite to provide better control of your beautiful garden irrigation system. It is available here for download: Fourm download (UPDATED on 28 May 2021) Netatmo Weather station suite v3.3.1 brings complete integration of Netatmo weather station to HC2 users including rain and wind gauges and support for more than one station. It is available here for download: Fourm download (UPDATED on 28 May 2021) Changes in this version: Scene code changed to get rain amount for past 3 and 6 hours to better support Irrigation Control VD In all VD corrected some translations Rain gauge VD changed labels content to show past 3 hours rain amount Weather State & Forecast suite v2.8.1 (integrations of weather services with Fibaro Home Center 2) and now available here: Forum download Weather State & Forecast suite standalone (UPDATED on 28 May 2021) Changes in this version: Weather Unlocked daily and hourly forecast extended to 3 days to better serve Irrigation control. Changes implemented in scene Weather API forecast corrected to show rain precipitation on Forecast VD and in notifications. Emoji VD v1.1 Emoji VD brings more than 950 nice small icons to Home Center 2. Emojis are sorted in logical groups and named with short names to make them much easier to find and use in user code. I’m using them in my work to reduce need for translations and also to enhance look and feel of virtual devices. Another reason why I made this VD is to avoid problems with listing code in some editors that might still have problems with displaying emojis due to different UTF coding. IMPORTANT NOTE - All my future work will require Emoji VD to be installed. It is available here: Forum download Emoji VD standalone (UPDATED 15 April 2021) Twinkly Lights VD v1.0 Twinkly lights brings amazing effects and most stunning light animations to users fingertips. Now it is possible to control them with Fibaro Home Center 2. This simple VD with help of scene provide turning on Twinkle lights with last movie selected with mobile app or start light scene. It is also possible to change light brightness. It is available here: Twinkly Light VD v1.0 (UPDATED 17 November 2020) COVID-19 Stats suite v1.1 COVID-19 Stats suite consists of virtual device and two scenes. It is using free COVID-19 Stats API released by Smartable AI Developer Program. VD is getting back details about global and regional corona virus data, including latest numbers and historic values that are updated close to real-time by gathering information from many credible sources. It is available here: Forum download COVID-19 Stats suite standalone (UPDATED 01 November 2020) Ambient Weather Station VD v1.1 reads measurements provided by Ambient weather stations which are connected to ambientweather.net service on internet. VD is tested with Ambient Weather station WS-1401-IP OBSERVER, but should also work with other similar types of Ambient weather stations. Forum download AWS VD standalone (uploaded 11 April 2020) If link is not working then check later again. Forum admins need some time to approve. Philips HUE AIO VD v3.1 (integration of famous Philips HUE lighting solution with Fibaro Home Center 2) and it is now available here: Forum download Philips HUE AIO VD standalone (moved from Marketplace on 05 Feb 2019) Nanoleaf Aurora VD v2.0.1 (integration of Nanoleaf Aurora panel lights with Fibaro Home Center 2) and is now available here: Forum download Nanoleaf Aurora VD standalone (updated 12 Sep 2019) Corrected bug in VD main loop that prevented saving updated effect Nanoleaf Canvas VD v1.0.1 (integration of Nanoleaf Canvas panel lights with Fibaro Home Center 2) and is now available here: Forum download Nanoleaf Canvas VD standalone (updated 12 Sep 2019) Corrected bug in VD main loop that prevented saving updated effect Advanced Radiation Monitor (ARM) VD v2.2 (Integration of [email protected] Polish science project with Fibaro Home Center 2) and is available here: Forum download ARM VD (moved from Marketplace on 06 Feb 2019) Advanced Battery Check (ABC) VD v1.0 (Check battery levels on all battery operated devices integrated to Home Center 2) and is available here: Forum download ABC VD (moved from marketplace on 06 Feb 2019) Main scene FTBE v1.3.3 (Main scene FTBE is the beating heart of the HA system. It is the only scene necessary to loop endlessly because it is the source of most important events generated on our gateways and that are time based events! It is looping once every minute making sure that our gateways are aware of the current time, part of the day, week, month and season of the year.) and is available here: Main scene FTBE standalone (updated 11 July 2019) HC2 Icon Preview VD v2.1 (HC2 Icon Preview VD provides easy way to search custom icons installed on Fibaro Home Center 2 to find their ID number.) and is now available here: Forum download HC2 Icon Preview VD standalone (published on 07 Feb 2019) Sankotronic scene icon pack 2 (second part of icons for scenes including popular scenes from @cag014 and @petergebruers) and is now available here: Forum download Sankotronic scene icon pack 2 (published on 07 Feb 2019) Nanoleaf Canvas icon set (beautiful icons for beautiful lights! This set is included with Nanoleaf Canvas VD) and now is available here: Forum download Nanoleaf canvas icon set (published on 07 Feb 2019) Currently working hard to finish for publishing: UHAS (Universal Home Automation System) Will keep this list updated. IMPORTANT!! Please support my work by voting and giving reviews in download section --> . It does not require much time to do that. lets not leave it on (0 reviews) please. ❤️ Also your requests for more functionality are more than welcome! So come on people please VOTE! THANK YOU! Peek here for pictures of the latest work by Sankotronic LABTM:
  14. This QuickApp contains devices of soil moisture, soil temperature and surface temperature, from accumulated temperature and precipitation data from OpenWeather via Agro Monitoring. Soil temperature and moisture are essential indices that allow your customer to adjust irrigation work and prevent crop roots damage. Accumulated temperature and precipitation is essential to make a right decision depends on a threshold setting. Temperature quantity index calculated as the sum of daily temperatures. Humidity quantity index expressed as the sum of daily precipitation. Current soil data is updated 2 times a day. The soil temperature is provided in Kelvins and in this quickapp converted to Celsius (C = K - 273.15) IMPORTANT You need an API key and Polygon ID from https://agromonitoring.com You need to create your Api key and Polygon ID at https://agromonitoring.com/dashboard/dashboard-start After your registration click the "New" button in the top of the "Create polygon" screen. Click on the polygon icon or square icon on the map. Draw your polygon. If you choose a polygon shape icon do not forget to merge the first and last points to finish your polygon. Fill in the "Name" field and click the "Create" button to save your polygon. The API is free up to 60 calls per minute and a total area of polygons of 1000ha See: https://agromonitoring.com/dashboard/dashboard-start See: https://openweathermap.medium.com/dashboard-update-current-and-historical-soil-data-24422fc75c5b What is soil moisture? The science behind the measurement: https://www.metergroup.com/environment/articles/what-is-soil-moisture-science-behind-the-measurement/ Version 0.2 (24th May 2021)) Changed Soil Moisture (child) device from multilevelSensor to humiditySensor with percentage presentation Version 0.1 (22 May 2021) Initial version Variables (mandatory): apiKey = Get your free API key from https://agromonitoring.com polygon = Create your Polygon ID at https://agromonitoring.com/dashboard/dashboard-start interval = [number] in seconds time to get the data from the API timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/agro_monitor/archive/refs/tags/agro_monitor-02.zip How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  15. This QuickApp gets the actual water level or flow from rivers in France. The latest water level or flow of your selected hydro station is updated in the value of this QuickApp. You can choose between Water Level or Water Flow. If you want to measure both, simply install the QuickApp twice. See for more information: https://www.vigicrues.gouv.fr Service d'information sur le risque de crues des principaux cours d'eau en France Version 1.0 (25th April 2021) - Added Water Flow next to Water Level, mode = level or flow (Choose for waterlevel or waterflow, default = level) - Added debugLevel (Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=almost all, 4=all) (default = 1)) - Re-structured the code Version 0.5 (16th August 2020) - Error message instead of debug message in case of error - Adjusted the date/time in the label and debug message. If the json file was in a different order, a wrong date/time could show. - Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited Version 0.4 (7th August 2020) - Changed debug message actual level with location - Added QuickApp variables Version 0.3 (3rd August 2020) - Put the latest WaterLevel value in QuickApp value - Put the latest DateTime value in the QuickApp log - Added labels with the json data - Added debug notification Version 0.2 (3nd August 2020) - Date time value converted to readable time - Added the latest date, time and waterlevel values QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): - stationHydro = Status from where you want your data from - mode = level or flow (Choose for waterlevel or waterflow, default = level) - interval = Number in seconds to request the data - debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all) (default = 1) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/water_flow_level/archive/refs/tags/water_flow_level_10.zip or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/water-flow-level How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  16. This QuickApp reads the PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, Temperature, Humidity and Air Pressure (and calculated absolute Humidity) values directly from a sensor. With this sensor you can measure air quality yourself. This QuickApp will send notifications when PM2.5 or PM10 readings reach a breakpoint. The Air Quality sensor is a DIY setup for less than 50 euro. It is very easy to assemble and ready to make kits are available, see also https://sensor.community/en/sensors/airrohr/ for more info. You can order seperate items from for example AliExpress for the lowest prices, or order a complete set from: https://nettigo.eu/products/sensor-community-kit-sds011-bme280-english-language or https://www.tinytronics.nl/shop/nl/luchtwachters-delft-maak-zelf-een-fijnstofmeter-workshop-kit The Air Quality Sensor has a WiFi interface and Application Programming Interface (API). This QuickApp uses the API to get the measurements available to the Fibaro Homecenter. Changes version 1.2 (11th April 2021) Added support (child devices) for PM1 and PM4 levels (Plantower and Sensirion sensors) Added support for BMP280 sensor Changes version 1.1 (31th Januari 2021) Added support for Plantower Air Quality Sensor (for now without PM1.0) Added Airpressuretext to log of Child Device Airpressure Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1. Removed QuickApp Variable bme280Sensor (no need for that anymore, works without it) Removed QuickApp Variable path (is now fixed) Changes version 1.0 (23rd January 2021) Added Child Device for Absolute Humidity Added "Refresh" button Changes version 0.5 (23rd October) With the new firmware and API function, solved a small bug in presenting WiFi dBm Changed humidity and air pressure values to zero decimals Added air pressure unit text "hPa" Changed the master device to "Generic Device" Added QuickApp Variable for user defined icon master device Solved a bug preventing creation of QuickApp Variable bme280Sensor Changes version 0.4 (17th October 2020) Added support for BME280 sensor (temperature, humidity and air pressure) Added QuickApp Variable bme280Sensor (true or false) to indicate the presence of a BME280 sensor otherwise a DHT22 sensor is assumed Reduced the amount of labels, now only one label Removed the firmware version from the log under the icon Changes version 0.3 Error message instead of debug message in case of an error Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited Added network error to log (under icon) Changes version 0.2 Changed label6 from "age" to time of the measurement Added automatic creation of child devices for Temperature, Humidity, PM2.5 and PM10 (with great help from @jgab from forum.fibaro.com) Added the value (Temperature, Humidity, PM2.5 and PM10) to the child devices, This can be used in, for instance, extra scenes and shows in the mobile app and dashboard. Added a short text of the air quality (GOOD, SATISFACTORY, etc.) to the icons in the dashboard (with great help of @petergebruers and @10der from forum.fibaro.com) Added the trend (up, down, equal) to the sort text of the air quality My configuration of the DIY air quality sensor: Nova SDS011 air quality sensor NodeMCU ESP8266 V2 opensource WiFi board BME280 temperature, humidity and air pressure sensor See how to simply assemble the air quality sensor yourself: https://sensor.community/en/sensors/airrohr/ See for general informatie about the Air Quality Sensor: https://luftdaten.info See for a map of measurements: https://sensor.community/en/ See for CVS files: https://archive.luftdaten.info See for sources: https://github.com/opendata-stuttgart/ QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): IPaddress = IP address of your sensor Path = Path behind the IP address, normally /data.json Interval = Number in seconds, the sensor normally is updated every 145 seconds UserID = User id to notify of PM2.5 / PM10 breakpoints bme280Sensor = Use of BME280 temperature, humidity and air pressure sensor, true or false PM2.5 breakpoints 0 - 30 GOOD (Minimal) 31 - 60 SATISFACTORY (Minor breathing discomfort to sensitive people) 61 - 90 MODERATELY POLLUTED Breathing discomfort to asthma patients, elderly and children 91 - 120 POOR (Breathing discomfort to all) 121 - 250 VERY POOR (Respiratory illness on prolonged exposure) 250+ SEVERE (Health impact even on light physical work. Serious impact on people with heart/lung disease) PM10 breakpoints 0 - 50 GOOD (Minimal) 51 - 100 SATISFACTORY (Minor breathing discomport to sensitive people) 101 - 250 MODERATELY POLLUTED Breathing discomfoort to asthma patients, elderly and children 251 - 350 POOR (Breathing discomfort to all) 351 - 430 VERY POOR (Respiratory illness on prolonged exposure) 430+ SEVERE (Health impact even on light physical work. Serious impact on people with heart/lung disease) Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/air_quality_sensor/archive/refs/tags/Air_Quality_Sensor_12.zip Or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/air-quality-sensor How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  17. This QuickApp reads the PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values directly from a sensor somewhere in this world That sensor doesn't have to be your own sensor, any sensor can be used, just find one in your neighborhood For locating the sensor(ID's) in your neighborhood see: https://sensor.community/en/ Select two (!) SensorID's, one for PM2.5 and PM10 values and one for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values The PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure readings are stored in the value of six (child) devices, so you can read the value from your own scenes This QuickApp will send notifications when PM2.5 or PM10 readings reach a breakpoint (if userID ~= 0) Absolute humidity is the measure of water vapor (moisture) in the air, regardless of temperature. It is expressed as grams of moisture per cubic meter of air (g/m3) See also https://luftdaten.info See also for CVS files: https://archive.luftdaten.info See also https://github.com/opendata-stuttgart/ API documentation: https://github.com/opendata-stuttgart/meta/wiki/EN-APIs QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values): sensorID1 = [number] SensorID for PM2.5 and PM10 values, your own sensor or from someone else, 13463 is an example sensorID2 = [number] SensorID for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values, your own sensor or from someone else, 13464 is an example interval = [number] in seconds time to get the sensor data from sensor.community timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout userID = [number] userID to notify of PM2.5 / PM10 breakpoints debugLevel = [number] Debug logging (1=some, 2=few, 3=all) (default = 1) icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number) Version 1.0 (7th February 2021) Added Child Devices for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure Changed the quickapp variable SensorID to two variables, one for PM values and one for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1. Added QuickApp Variable for user defined icon master device-- Added Airpressure Text in log of Airpressure Child Device Removed QuickApp Variable address, there was no need to change it by user Added values for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure to the lables Added values for Country, Latitude and Longitude to the labels Added Sensor ID to the log below the value Added "Refresh" button Added extra check for empty data return from Sensor Community Version 0.4 (19th August 2020] Added child devices for PM2.5 and PM10 Added time of measurement, adjusted to your timezone Added Timeout QuickApp variable with high http timeout value to prevent errors Error message instead off debug message in case of an error Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited Version 0.3 (15th June 2020) Link to CVS files added in comment Fixed some typos Fixed breakpoint check 0 - 30 and 0 - 50 notifications Fixed retrieve of json data Version 0.2 (14th June 2020) Link to API documentation added Solved bug / crash: Better selection of the first part of the apiResult Changed some debugging logica Added UserID (mandatory) for sending push notifications Added push notifications based on the PM2.5 and PM10 breakpoints Solved bud / crash if there only was one reading from the api, most of the time there are two readings (last 5 minutes) Version 0.1 (13th June 2020) Initial version Suggestions are welcome. If someone feels the need to improve the QuickApp, you are very welcome. Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip): https://github.com/GitHub4Eddy/sensor_community/archive/sensor_community_1.zip or Fibaro Marketplace: https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/sensor-community How to install: Open the Configuration Interface Go to Settings > Devices Click + Choose Other Device Choose Upload File Choose file from your computer with .fqa
  18. @T.Konopka, @A.Socha, @K.Drozynski, What is the role of this section when nothing is allowed to be uploaded here? There are a lot of users who have above-standard knowledge and produce a lot of QA fqa files. I understand if it is part of the topic being discussed and someone has done a QA and will attach it in the forum as a solution to the issue. However, a lot of solutions are created directly like QA and then it turns out that they are differently fragmented on different topics (most often scenes). I understand that Fibaro wants to fill its Marketplace, but this may be the interconnected place where creators can provide support to users for their products (QA). In addition, other creators can use this section without having to produce in the Marketplace ... Fibaro, please, what are your intentions with this section and other features to support QA. The idea of some kind of code-sharing repositories already arises here, but I don't think it should be a matter for users (programmers), but a matter for the manufacturer. After all, these people are trying to move your product forward. Take an example from them, perceive what they solve. Fibaro, please, what are your intentions with this section and other features to support QA. The idea of some kind of code-sharing repositories already arises here, but I don't think it should be a matter for users (programmers), but a matter for the manufacturer. After all, these people are trying to move your product forward. Take an example from them, perceive what problems they solve and what they want to achieve. After all, they do it for free for others, for you (and for you). Thanks for the answers .. Edit: Note - why the "Downloads" section is actually available, via import functions. But there is a "DOWNLOADS" section in the forum and it doesn't really lead anywhere. What is the idea of using different sections when they are not linked? eM.
  19. Does anyone know how to open the log files from the following address: - <HC_IP>/api/service/logsDump I am having some funky goings on and want to review the logs myself but when the file is downloaded from my HC2, it is a .tar.gz file and 7 zip will not open it. Can anyone help me out at all? Thanks, Hal
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  21. Please add support to make it easy for people to upload/maintain there VD/Scene with a support forum to go with it. Since you guys are running Invision, you can buy the addon for downloads. https://invisionpower.com/features/apps#downloads It is 75,- and after that i think 10 or 20 bucks a year. Surely that should not pose a problem. I mean, just look at https://invisionpower.com/files/ imagine that with VD/Scenes and other stuff! This just looks to me like a no-brainer and should be added! We don't ask money for items, but in the future if people create plugins, they might. See snapshot of the above link as example.
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