[RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by JimmyH1969 » Tuesday 27 February 2018 18:10

I know, but that's a domotic thingy. The max is 100%, but for a selector switch there should be no limit i think.

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by biggles » Monday 30 April 2018 22:03

JimmyH1969 wrote:
Sunday 18 February 2018 16:06
You can move the inputs up and down when you modify the selectorswitch. Moving the desired input up at a level below 100 should do the trick.
Hi Jimmy,

I found something else that is weird and i am unable to find a solution.
If i edit the ONKY Selector switch and i delete the value at the Selector Actions / Action (let say there is a value of 05) then i am unable to put in a new value as it is expecting to start with script of http and i am unable to put in any action value like a number.

Is there a workaround for this ?

Regards,

Biggles.

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by Varazir » Wednesday 04 July 2018 11:29

Any update on this script ?
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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by dwmw2 » Wednesday 04 July 2018 15:57

The 4.9700 stable release was made a week or two ago, containing built-in support for Onkyo amps.

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by Varazir » Monday 09 July 2018 21:09

dwmw2 wrote:
Wednesday 04 July 2018 15:57
The 4.9700 stable release was made a week or two ago, containing built-in support for Onkyo amps.
yes I know, it was in the beta for some time and it works fine but I hate that I can't force connect.
It's hard set to 30 sec.
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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by dwmw2 » Monday 09 July 2018 21:33

Varazir wrote:
Monday 09 July 2018 21:09
yes I know, it was in the beta for some time and it works fine but I hate that I can't force connect.
It's hard set to 30 sec.
Hm, that's the first time I've spotted that complaint. Why's it a problem? You can connect to the amp even if it's "off"... do you use a hard power switch with it?

It probably isn't hard to fix; I think it sends a multicast when it starts up (and periodically thereafter). But I didn't see this "complaint" until after the stable release happened so it'll be a while before it gets fixed in the next stable release...

Patches welcome :)

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by Varazir » Thursday 12 July 2018 14:56

dwmw2 wrote:
Monday 09 July 2018 21:33
Varazir wrote:
Monday 09 July 2018 21:09
yes I know, it was in the beta for some time and it works fine but I hate that I can't force connect.
It's hard set to 30 sec.
Hm, that's the first time I've spotted that complaint. Why's it a problem? You can connect to the amp even if it's "off"... do you use a hard power switch with it?

It probably isn't hard to fix; I think it sends a multicast when it starts up (and periodically thereafter). But I didn't see this "complaint" until after the stable release happened so it'll be a while before it gets fixed in the next stable release...

Patches welcome :)
I turn off and on the power to my amp using my greewave switch. So the build in tries to connect every 30 sec.
So when I turn it on I have to wait up to 30 sec until I can turn it on. I wish I could use a script to force connect when the amp responds to ping.
Turn it on and unmute.
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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by ronald1977 » Thursday 12 July 2018 23:17

Hi i have now update Domoticz to 4.9700 and I can see more of my Onkyo 609.
But I wish to switch with selector or button from radio broadcast, but I see in the log that he sees it, but there is nothing created in the hardware list.

Must I make a script or is there a way around?

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Re: [RELEASED] Python plugin to control Onkyo receivers

Post by jake » Monday 16 July 2018 10:00


ronald1977 wrote:Hi i have now update Domoticz to 4.9700 and I can see more of my Onkyo 609.
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I assume you use the built in version for the Onkyo? That is not the same (topic) as this Python version.

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