Search found 14 matches
Let's say I want to start over from scratch (rebuild the Raspberry Pi, reinstall the Razberry, new configuration ,etc)... are there any steps I should take before to make sure I don't run into any issues when I rebuild everything?
- 10 Apr 2014 15:57
- Forum: RaZberry
- Topic: Device not showing in automation engine
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1898
So I had to rebuild my Raspberry Pi. Everything was setup and working properly before I rebuilt it. The device (a multi level switch) was showing up in the UI and also was also returned by the Automation engine when calling /ZAutomation/api/v1/devices. After the Pi rebuild (and reinstall of Razberry...
If that's all you are looking to do, you app is probably what should be driving that and not a module. Have your app trigger an API call to the automation engine to turn the light on or off when it hits the time you specify in your app.
As mentioned, the switch I'm using does support Instant Status (which is what the Lutron patent is for) so it does/should report it's status when manually triggered.
I'm not sure if there's a simpler way around it, but what if you create a simple API for the module to communicate with? I'm not sure if modules can reside outside of the modules folder.
Looks like I was able to capture everything using:
Looks like events are set when the device is manually triggered? I have a Leviton VRI06 switch that supports instant status. Any advice on how to capture a manual toggle?
Code: Select all