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Event driven integration of Siemens SPC intrusion panel


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I have developed a generic web interface to Siemens SPC intrusion panel. The purpose is to simplify integration between SPC and other systems, eg HC2. A REST JSON API is provided for polled requests and a WebSocket API for events from the SPC panel.

To use the JSON API you just have to set up a loop with HTTP-requests in a LUA-script.

But, I am wondering if there is a way to let HC2 listen on a WebSocket API?

I prefer to use the WebSocket API to get better performance when getting sensor status in real time.

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I have developed a generic web interface to Siemens SPC intrusion panel. The purpose is to simplify integration between SPC and other systems, eg HC2. A REST JSON API is provided for polled requests and a WebSocket API for events from the SPC panel.

To use the JSON API you just have to set up a loop with HTTP-requests in a LUA-script.

But, I am wondering if there is a way to let HC2 listen on a WebSocket API?

I prefer to use the WebSocket API to get better performance when getting sensor status in real time.

Interesting. Where did you find the API for the SPC? I'm trying to gather info to do an app for SPC for Windows phone/Windows8.

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