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by webster
Tuesday 17 March 2015 11:37
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras
Replies: 28
Views: 9481

Re: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras

i am using the weather underground api

then name the sensor to Outside

in the hardware menu off the hgi80 you see outdoor sensor button
in the menu off evohome connect outdoor sensor and press the button in domoticz

if all goes well you will see the temp
by webster
Sunday 15 March 2015 21:18
Forum: Other questions and discussions
Topic: Interesting ESP8266 WiFi Module
Replies: 105
Views: 40369

Re: Interesting ESP8266 WiFi Module

Ok i got the module working with 1 DS18B20 sensor but i can't get it to work with 2 sensors does sombody got it working with 2 sensors and is willing to share the lua script here is my current lua script for 1 sensor --domoticz.lua require('ds18b20') -- ESP-01 GPIO Mapping gpio0 =3 gpio2 =4 ds18b20....
by webster
Sunday 15 March 2015 19:09
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras
Replies: 28
Views: 9481

Re: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras

the room setpoint colors are the same as the evohome colors for that zone

the red sensor in my picture is a test sensor it is not seen for a while thats why it is red
by webster
Friday 13 March 2015 19:31
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras
Replies: 28
Views: 9481

Re: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras

Screenshot

off the temp
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by webster
Friday 13 March 2015 19:17
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras
Replies: 28
Views: 9481

Re: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras

The only problem that i had was missing firmware for the HGI80

after installing that and following the wiki

it is up and running

only the outdoor temp is not showing in the evohome the sensor is connected but no temp Solved got the name wrong :oops:
by webster
Thursday 12 March 2015 18:15
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras
Replies: 28
Views: 9481

Re: The all in plan - Evohome - Alarm system - IP cameras

Also installing Evohome system

HGI80 is arriving in the mail tomorrow

i will post some information when it is up and running
by webster
Wednesday 11 February 2015 0:27
Forum: Suggestions
Topic: [122] Philips Hue support
Replies: 163
Views: 45303

Re: [122] Philips Hue support

No problems with group here

Made a group all lights 25%
Put the hue lights in
And It is working fine
by webster
Thursday 05 February 2015 11:18
Forum: Bugs and Problems
Topic: BETA: Browser Cache refresh failed.
Replies: 90
Views: 37035

Re: BETA: Browser Cache refresh failed.

I have the red popup when i login from external ip just click it away and domoticz is working fine for me
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 19:56
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

Did a few tests

and 1 puls per 1 litre so this is working fine now

only problem that i have i don't know how to stop the script so i can update the value

other thing i have seen is that when i reboot the value in the counter file is reset to 0

so at reboot your meter reads 0,00 again
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 19:14
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

I got the following error during compile pi@domoticzpi ~ $ gcc -o isrcount.sh isrcounter1.c -l wiringPi isrcounter1.c:75:2: error: invalid preprocessing directive #{ isrcounter1.c:77:4: error: invalid preprocessing directive #++ isrcounter1.c:79:4: error: invalid preprocessing directive #digitalWrit...
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 17:45
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

Oke

small update

the change off interrupt in the script is perfect

now it counts ok but still 2 pulses 1 at beginning of detection 1 at end off detection

so set 2000 pulses for this moment

i am going to see if it is possible to put some debounce time in the script to fade 1 puls away
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 17:06
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

It changes every time some times it is 2 other times it is 4 or 16 the problem that i have at this moment is that the intensity of the led is to high so the pin voltage is not rising above 1,5 volts so i am going to make a small opamp circuit so it triggers at 0 volts and controls a transistor to ma...
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 12:16
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

Thanks :mrgreen:


got it compiled

and the script is running

i got some double counts when i trigger the sensor so that is the next challange ;)
by webster
Friday 02 January 2015 0:26
Forum: Raspberry Pi GPIO ( WiringPi )
Topic: Using GPIO to measure energy
Replies: 88
Views: 29890

Re: Using GPIO to measure energy

i also

are trying to get this working

i converted a eneco metersensor to do the job

i have pulses on the input now but i need help how to compile the c program and putting it all up

can someone help me with the shell command's

many thanks in advance
by webster
Wednesday 31 December 2014 12:56
Forum: Show your projects
Topic: Cheap WiFi LED dimmer (~10$)
Replies: 48
Views: 31150

Re: Cheap WiFi LED dimmer (~10$)

Small Tip from my side

try out the following program Fritzing

here you can design the scematics try it on virtual breadboard and also create the print layout

they also are able to make the PCB for you for a nice price

also with component print on top layer
by webster
Tuesday 30 December 2014 0:34
Forum: LUA
Topic: Lua script for controlling humidity in the bathroom
Replies: 111
Views: 22623

Re: Lua script for controlling humidity in the bathroom

This script runs the fan for a max time and then turns the fan off

i use this script and it's works perfect you could extend the max time so the fan will run longer