Wemo compatibility

Compatibility (hardware, devices and OS)
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Wemo compatibility

Post by superczar » Wednesday 14 January 2015 15:04

Is it possible to see Wemo switches/sensor being added to the list of supported devices?
I currently have multiple disparate devices for HA and trying to hub them all together

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Wednesday 14 January 2015 18:05

Hi,

I own several Belkin WeMo devices also (Wemo Switch, Wemo Maker, Wemo Bulb and Wemo Insight Switch) does Domoticz support them?

Thanks.

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by mbliek » Wednesday 14 January 2015 18:12

No support yet. If your an coder. You can add the support yourself and share it here so others can use it also
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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Wednesday 14 January 2015 18:41

Unfortunately I'm not an developer!!!

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by Derik » Wednesday 14 January 2015 21:13

You can donate a device to a core...... ;) ;) ;)
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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:40

Derik wrote:You can donate a device to a core...... ;) ;) ;)
What you mean with "donate a device to a core"?

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by mbliek » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:42

one of the developers...
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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:49

Well, I maybe do this, but there are several different devices and some of them are very expensive, is there any developer in Europe?

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by mbliek » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:52

Yes, I think all of them are from the Netherlands.
Maybe you can just let one of them borrow a device.

You can send a mail to: info [at] domoticz [dot] com
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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by Derik » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:52

Derik wrote:You can donate a device to a core...... ;) ;) ;)

When you send a device to one of the cores, [ Gizmocuz ] perhaps he wil make it work. [ when possible and when they have time
I think the cores can not buy all the hardware...
So a donotion for a devices is a good option... ;) ;) ;)



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very expensive,???

I think there a more expensive Zwave devices...
It is open source.....
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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Wednesday 14 January 2015 22:56

mbliek wrote:Yes, I think all of them are from the Netherlands.
Maybe you can just let one of them borrow a device.

You can send a mail to: info [at] domoticz [dot] com

Today I sent an email to that address, asking for Belkin WeMo support on Domoticz and they emailed me saying to ask for this on this forum, the guy that answered my email does not show other interest in having the device for testing or either asked for any details!!!

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by superczar » Thursday 15 January 2015 17:38

While I am not a professional coder, I can tinker around a little bit.
I understand the basic protocol that Wemo uses and can attempt this if I could find a couple of examples of how other devices have been integrated

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Thursday 15 January 2015 17:50

Why not try to contact the developers mentioned on this post?

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Wemo compatibility

Post by m_g_s_g » Friday 16 January 2015 22:18

Hi! I've been working in a hardware plugin for Sonos and other UPnP media renderers (~speakers) for some time now. It's still in beta state, but more or less works. As it turns out, a WeMo switch is another specific type UPnP device. I wrote a message in another thread in this forum not long ago with more details (search for WeMo UPnP).

I've compiled a Domoticz Version for Raspberry with Sonos/UPnP support, that can be found at https://github.com/mgsg/domoticz-sonos-plugin. In the last versions I've included some test code to explore if it's easy to support a WeMo switch. But I don't own one!

It would be interesting if some Raspi + WeMo owner could read the instructions in the Readme text there, backup his Domoticz executable and db, try my executable (watch the highly probable crash) and publish here the logs...

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Monday 19 January 2015 12:14

I would like to try it but I don't own a Raspi !!
Probably someone else could try it!

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by superczar » Tuesday 20 January 2015 15:25

Solved for switches via a library called Ouimeaux

1) Installed Ouimeaux
2) Created a basic script for switching Wemo On and another script for off
3) Created dummy Switch and linked the script to on/off action

Next step - To solve for linking the Wemo Motion sensor

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Tuesday 20 January 2015 16:33

Can you be able to use the rules with this library?
With Wemo Insight Switch we could read some information about electricity consumption, will this information be available with this library to use on domoticz?

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by superczar » Tuesday 20 January 2015 16:38

Rules, definitely yes
I do not have a Insight switch so cannot test it, however the ouimeaux library does say it supports Insight

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by crisman » Friday 23 January 2015 13:13

superczar wrote:Solved for switches via a library called Ouimeaux

1) Installed Ouimeaux
2) Created a basic script for switching Wemo On and another script for off
3) Created dummy Switch and linked the script to on/off action

Next step - To solve for linking the Wemo Motion sensor

Hi superczar; I've sent you a PM to see if you could help me implement the Domoticz with Wemo but since you haven't replied yet, is it possible for you to create a Wiki page explaining this integration like you did with LIFX?

Thanks.

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Re: Wemo compatibility

Post by superczar » Saturday 24 January 2015 23:33

Sure - Sorry I didn't see your PM
Planning to use Sunday to solve for the Wemo Motion integration (Almost there)
once done, will post on the wiki

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