Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by hayman » Friday 06 October 2017 20:56

thanks working know was something wrong with my UID...

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by zulfiqaradil » Tuesday 07 November 2017 10:08

blackdog65 wrote:
Wednesday 28 September 2016 15:46
The problem with the ha-bridge (or me more likely) is that I can't figure out how to fetch data i.e. "Alexa, what is the sitting room temperature?"

Is your skill able to do that? I'll try and get it set up later today. Are there any necessary naming conventions for devices?

Ideally I want to able to say "Alexa, turn the sitting room stat down by 2 deg and ignore the wife, even if she screams at you to turn it up." :lol:
I am also facing same issue "Alexa" not able to read my Sensor values or maybe I didn't know the right wake up commands to trigger Alexa to read my sonsors
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by CaesarPL » Tuesday 07 November 2017 10:53

HA-Bridge emulates Philips Hue light system and is not able to read for example temperature. As I can see Controlicz is the only proper option, but without exposing Domoticz to the internet it won't work. I am trying to find a way around. I could pay my ISP, but for the sake of 'just doing that without asking him' - still researching
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by Madgeni » Tuesday 07 November 2017 13:18

Hi - can i ask, is the issue of exposing Domoticz to the internet a security one, or something else?
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by fr3sh » Thursday 14 December 2017 23:39

Hi

I have a problem with discovery new devices on alexa. Everything is set up properly. The Lambda i working correctly because i can turn on lights from it. The Skill App is on language English (U.K.) and the app is on EU (Ireland)
Can somebody Healp me. What I'm missing

Configuration of the skill:
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by dwmw2 » Thursday 14 December 2017 23:53

There is an aggressive timeout for device discovery. It's been a while since I last paid attention but I seem to recall having to play some tricks to make discovery faster. Is the invocation timing out? Check the CloudWatch logs for your Lambda function and see what's happening...

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by fr3sh » Friday 15 December 2017 0:18

The lambda cloudWatch show nothing except my last text from lambda to domoticz. There is no logs for trying to connect from alexa to lambda

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by fr3sh » Saturday 16 December 2017 21:50

nobody??

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by Madgeni » Sunday 17 December 2017 20:56

check the trigger from the skill to the lambda is enabled - try deploying it to a lambda in Virginia. If the code works directly from the lambda, but not from Alexa or the app, then it's the skill, not the lambda.
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by fr3sh » Tuesday 19 December 2017 17:17

Yes the app is working from lambda to domoticz. Skill is not working from alexa to lambda and I don't know why :( The config is as in your pdf maybe something was changed already

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by Madgeni » Tuesday 19 December 2017 19:33

can you try running it from Virginia and removing references to the Ireland lambda?
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by Damsee » Sunday 26 August 2018 11:22

Dear all,

Since i quit Controlicz, i started to look for different solutions...
Ha-bridge is OK but the skill seems better to me and i successfully installed it following instructions from this post.
=> https://github.com/madgeni/alexa_domo

However the skill is based on Amazon Smarthome API v2 which is still available @AWS but deprecated.
Has anyone tried or succeeded in transforming the skill in v3 Amazon Smarthome API ?

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by spugna85 » Friday 09 November 2018 0:54

Hello everyone, I started today to use controlicz with echo dot 3rd gen and domoticz, but something does not work.
alexa is able to correctly find all the devices present in domoticz, but they do not communicate.
The application tells me that the devices do not respond and therefore I can not control anything.
can someone help me? What can I do to understand what the problem is?
thank you

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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by Madgeni » Friday 09 November 2018 1:00

Hi there, make sure you have a subscription
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Re: Amazon Echo to Domoticz Bridge: switches, sensors & more

Post by satanasinc » Wednesday 28 November 2018 8:58

Hi!

It works great. Less funcionality than the pay controlicz version, but for me is enough.

Thank you Madgeni for your hard work, youre great!

Greetings from spain.

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