octobre 3, 2015 à 9:15 #1343
I try to use ImperiHome, but I have missed elements on my android dashboard.
I can’t find my virtual devices XML and URL.
I have installed the new ImperiHome update, but still the same.
Is there a specific method to find or to create them ?
JMarcoctobre 3, 2015 à 9:48 #1344
I know the binary virtual devices are working in imperihome,
but I do not know whether we finished adding all of them.
I’ll ask Mika to investigate and come back to you on this.
K.Rensoctobre 4, 2015 à 7:26 #1347
Thank you K.Rens
No problem, I just make some tests for the moment.
I have the same issue with my Popp smoke detectors (can’t see them) and the Yahoo weather (which only give the temperature..)
Let me know when there’ll have some news 😉
JMoctobre 5, 2015 à 6:57 #1362
For imperihome, i have to add the devices manually…
I added some of them but not everything…
I’ll add the ones you request in that post!octobre 12, 2015 à 2:27 #1411
I added the Virtual XML! For the URL, there are no specific devices in the Imperihome API.
Next version of Imperihome will be release soon…
Mikaoctobre 18, 2015 à 6:51 #1438
I would be interrested by the simple value in Imperihome, could you add it ?
Ericoctobre 19, 2015 à 5:41 #1444
What do you mean by “Simple Value” ?
The device “Virtual Value” is already supported.octobre 19, 2015 à 6:34 #1448
In the dashboard, i can get the temperature thanks to a “simple value” field (temperature fromage my fibaro Stoke detector) so i would be interrested by having it in imperihome.
Ericoctobre 21, 2015 à 9:11 #1473
i’m a Pulse-Station-newbie and want to ask if it would be possible to support the virtual “LOV-device” for the imperihome-API.
Per LOV i control a group of wall-plugs (On/Off/Auto).
Stefanoctobre 22, 2015 à 6:17 #1478
The LOV is already supportedoctobre 22, 2015 à 6:48 #1480
Hm, on my Dashboard i can see my virtual LOV – but in imperihome it is not available.octobre 22, 2015 à 11:00 #1481
to add the temperature of my Fibaro Smoke Sensors I did the following:
1) Go to PulseStation Administration -> ImperiHome Service
2) Activate “Advanced Properties”
3) Add your device type in the box for DevTemperature (in my case the Fibaro Smoke Sensor is detected as “Routing Slave”, so I added “Routing Slave;”
After that and after restarting Imperihome and Zwave services I could add the temperature display in Imperihome.
Carlosoctobre 22, 2015 à 11:38 #1482
Thank you for the great advice!
Personally I had to add following to the DevTemperature list:
“Routing Alarm Sensor;”
Now it’s working.
K.Rensoctobre 23, 2015 à 4:15 #1487
In “Advanced Properties” of the Imperihome-Service the “Virtual LOV” exists in the section “DevMultiSwitch”.
But it’s still not available in imperihome. Hm …octobre 24, 2015 à 7:49 #1497
To restart the imperihome-service was not enough. I deleted and reinstalled the imperihome-service and now i can use the LOV-device in imperihome.
But funnywise i have the only room, i’ve defined for my devices, 4 times in imperihome …
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