Now also working with temperature sensor
Seems to be some conversion issues when writing decimals to label values, it adds way to many decimals even if i try to convert it to just two decimals..
No, HC2 is connecting to the MySensor Gateway. Fibaro have locked down the ability to create a socket listener and is only available if you create a plugin which has been disabled for public users to upload.
The code in HC2 is implemented as a Virtual Device that is creating an outbound tcp connection to the MySensors Ethernet Gateway.
Restriction #1 You cannot add a MySensor sensor as a main source for light,temp, humidity or thermostat on a room.
This will not be added to the next coming releases but has been passed to the developeras at fibaro to be able to add Virtual Devices as default devices to room..
Im a little confused what is best to use when building sensors if i should use 3.3v with stepup if needed or 5v arduinos with stepdown to 3.3 for the radio?
Are there any general good guidelines on what to use?
Also if i have some sensors i want to use and there arent anything printed on them if they require 3.3v or 5v are there any way to measure that or do i need to search the web for what it needs?
I just got some got some basic functionality on a HC2 Controller Gateway for MySensors.
In my first attempt to make this an fully functional MySensor controller it have the following functionality:
Register new Ardino Nodes/Relays with a new free radio ID
Autocreate new virtual Device for Door Sensors
Update Icon, Status and Last Update on Door sensors when changed
Autocreate new virtual device for Light Sensors (Relay)
Update Icon, Status and Last Update on Light/Relay sensors when changed
Turn On/Off Light/relay sensor from virtual device
Some teasers on the virtual devices:
Thanks to hek for his support and time on all my questions on the MySensors API.
Next step: Order more hardware for more sensors to test with:)