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Hi , I was working with imperihome but found it a bit limiting. I don't have the skills to create a UI from scratch but came across OpenRemote. You run a controller on a NAS or a Pi (I'm using a Pi) and you create panels for tablets and phones using http/api calls to the HC2 I've figured out some of the building blocks and it's not that intuitive plus the site documentation isnt great and the forum appears small but with one or two very helpful members... This is what I have working with bi-directional control/response How to get a switch working (swiid and fibaro dual relay) How to get a slider working (fibaro dimmer) How to get a sonos zone controlled. from my initial testing the response is instant across a number of devices at the same time. I'm looking to create something similar to the attached image for myself... If people would be interested I'd be willing to document my few examples/settings/etc that would give people a good start - it should be just time and icons to scale to a few screens. ... just gauging interest levels before I put pen to paper ... -Frank
HI, I am implementing an OpenRemote interface and may have come across an issue. All sensors in OR poll constantly according to what has been has been configured A sensor in OR is a way to read back the status of any device. The polling rate for a switch needs to be 1 second so you can see the status has changed when it is clicked. This creates a possible problem Multiply x 100 devices and you get a lot of API calls just to keep OR functional. I have noticed an increasing use of memory since I started implementing OR This surfaces two issues in my mind Do we know how many API calls (per second, per minute) that the HC can hanndle If I am close to the threshold or prove that it is becomming an issue, would a slave HCl alleviate this stress ? Thanks Frank
Hi Folks, I have just started to use openremote and cant even get a simple switch to work. It seem to required the following Power On command - http://192.168.1.90/api/callAction?deviceID=720&name=turnOn Power Off command - http://192.168.1.90/api/callAction?deviceID=720&name=turnOff Sensor Does anybody know what the sensor http request should be This is what is required Thanks Frank