tdtool for python with temperature functions

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esbemb
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tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by esbemb » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Hi,

First of all let me explain I’m not a developer or even a hobby developer but somehow have I manage to extend the tdtool for python with some temperature functions, so I can run this on my Raspberry Pi.

You can now use the following commands:
--sensor > list all your sensors
--info [sensorId] > show the temperature and timestamp for a given sensorId

Feel free to use the code.
Esben

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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import datetime;
import time;
import sys, getopt, httplib, urllib, json, os
import oauth.oauth as oauth
from configobj import ConfigObj
#insert your own public_key and private_key
PUBLIC_KEY = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
PRIVATE_KEY = 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'
TELLSTICK_TURNON = 1
TELLSTICK_TURNOFF = 2
TELLSTICK_BELL = 4
TELLSTICK_DIM = 16
TELLSTICK_UP = 128
TELLSTICK_DOWN = 256
SUPPORTED_METHODS = TELLSTICK_TURNON | TELLSTICK_TURNOFF | TELLSTICK_BELL | TELLSTICK_DIM | TELLSTICK_UP | TELLSTICK_DOWN;

def printUsage():
        print("Usage: %s [ options ]" % sys.argv[0])
        print("")
        print("Options:")
        print("         -[lnfdbvhs] [ --list ] [ --sensor ] [ --info ] [ --help ]")
        print("                      [ --on device ] [ --off device ] [ --bell device ]")
        print("                      [ --dimlevel level --dim device ]")
        print("                      [ --up device --down device ]")
        print("")
        print("       --list (-l short option)")
        print("             List currently configured devices.")
        print("")
	print("       --sensor (-s short option)")
        print("             List all sensors.")
        print("")
        print("       --info (-i short option)")
        print("             Show temp. 'sensor' must be an integer of the sensor-id.")
        print("             Sensor-id and name is outputed with the --sensor option")
        print("")
        print("       --help (-h short option)")
        print("             Shows this screen.")
        print("")
        print("       --on device (-n short option)")
        print("             Turns on device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --off device (-f short option)")
        print("             Turns off device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --dim device (-d short option)")
        print("             Dims device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("             Note: The dimlevel parameter must be set before using this option.")
        print("")
        print("       --dimlevel level (-v short option)")
        print("             Set dim level. 'level' should an integer, 0-255.")
        print("             Note: This parameter must be set before using dim.")
        print("")
        print("       --bell device (-b short option)")
        print("             Sends bell command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --up device")
        print("             Sends up command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --down device")
        print("             Sends down command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("Report bugs to <info.tech@telldus.se>")

def listDevices():
        response = doRequest('devices/list', {'supportedMethods': SUPPORTED_METHODS})
        print("Number of devices: %i" % len(response['device']));
        for device in response['device']:
                if (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_TURNON):
                        state = 'ON'
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_TURNOFF):
                        state = 'OFF'
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_DIM):
                        state = "DIMMED"
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_UP):
                        state = "UP"
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_DOWN):
                        state = "DOWN"
                else:
                        state = 'Unknown state'
                print("%s\t%s\t%s" % (device['id'], device['name'], state));

def listSensors():
	ignored = 0 #set to 1 to include ignored sensors
	response = doRequest('sensors/list', {'includeIgnored': ignored})
	for sensor in response['sensor']:
		print("%s %s" % (sensor['id'], sensor['name']));

def infoSensor(sensorId):
        response = doRequest('sensor/info', {'id': sensorId})
	lastUpdated = response['lastUpdated']

	lastUpdatedReadable = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(int(lastUpdated)).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')
	for data in response['data']:
		print("Id: %s Temp: %s c  Last update:  %s" % (sensorId, data['value'], lastUpdatedReadable));

def doMethod(deviceId, methodId, methodValue = 0):
        response = doRequest('device/info', {'id': deviceId})
        if (methodId == TELLSTICK_TURNON):
                method = 'on'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_TURNOFF):
                method = 'off'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_BELL):
                method = 'bell'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_UP):
                method = 'up'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_DOWN):
                method = 'down'
        if ('error' in response):
                name = ''
                retString = response['error']
        else:
                name = response['name']
                response = doRequest('device/command', {'id': deviceId, 'method': methodId, 'value': methodValue})
                if ('error' in response):
                        retString = response['error']
                else:
                        retString = response['status']
        if (methodId in (TELLSTICK_TURNON, TELLSTICK_TURNOFF)):
                print("Turning %s device %s, %s - %s" % ( method, deviceId, name, retString));
        elif (methodId in (TELLSTICK_BELL, TELLSTICK_UP, TELLSTICK_DOWN)):
                print("Sending %s to: %s %s - %s" % (method, deviceId, name, retString))
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_DIM):
                print("Dimming device: %s %s to %s - %s" % (deviceId, name, methodValue, retString))

def doRequest(method, params):
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        token = oauth.OAuthToken(config['token'], config['tokenSecret'])
        oauth_request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, token=token, http_method='GET', http_url="http://api.telldus.com/json/" + method, parameters=params)
        oauth_request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, token)
        headers = oauth_request.to_header()
        headers['Content-Type'] = 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection("api.telldus.com:80")
        conn.request('GET', "/json/" + method + "?" + urllib.urlencode(params, True).replace('+', '%20'), headers=headers)
        response = conn.getresponse()
        return json.load(response)

def requestToken():
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, http_url='http://api.telldus.com/oauth/requestToken')
        request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, None)
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection('api.telldus.com:80')
        conn.request(request.http_method, '/oauth/requestToken', headers=request.to_header())
        resp = conn.getresponse().read()
        token = oauth.OAuthToken.from_string(resp)
        print 'Open the following url in your webbrowser:\nhttp://api.telldus.com/oauth/authorize?oauth_token=%s\n' % token.key
        print 'After logging in and accepting to use this application run:\n%s --authenticate' % (sys.argv[0])
        config['requestToken'] = str(token.key)
        config['requestTokenSecret'] = str(token.secret)
        saveConfig()

def getAccessToken():
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        token = oauth.OAuthToken(config['requestToken'], config['requestTokenSecret'])
        request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, token=token, http_method='GET', http_url='http://api.telldus.com/oauth/accessToken')
        request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, token)
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection('api.telldus.com:80')
        conn.request(request.http_method, request.to_url(), headers=request.to_header())
        resp = conn.getresponse()
        if resp.status != 200:
                print 'Error retreiving access token, the server replied:\n%s' % resp.read()
                return
        token = oauth.OAuthToken.from_string(resp.read())
        config['requestToken'] = None
        config['requestTokenSecret'] = None
        config['token'] = str(token.key)
        config['tokenSecret'] = str(token.secret)
        print 'Authentication successful, you can now use tdtool'
        saveConfig()
def authenticate():
        try:
                opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], '', ['authenticate'])
                for opt, arg in opts:
                        if opt in ('--authenticate'):
                                getAccessToken()
                                return
        except getopt.GetoptError:
                pass
        requestToken()

def saveConfig():
        global config
        try:
                os.makedirs(os.environ['HOME'] + '/.config/Telldus')
        except:
                pass
        config.write()

def main(argv):
        global config
        if ('token' not in config or config['token'] == ''):
                authenticate()
                return
        try:
		opts, args = getopt.getopt(argv, "lsn:f:d:b:v:i:h", ["list", "on=", "off=", "dim=", "bell=", "dimlevel=", "up=", "down=", "help", "sensor", "info="])
        except getopt.GetoptError:
                printUsage()
                sys.exit(2)
        dimlevel = -1
        for opt, arg in opts:
                if opt in ("-h", "--help"):
                        printUsage()
                elif opt in ("-l", "--list"):
                        listDevices()
		elif opt in ("-s", "--sensor"):
			listSensors()
                elif opt in ("-i", "--info"):
                        infoSensor(arg)
                elif opt in ("-n", "--on"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_TURNON)
                elif opt in ("-f", "--off"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_TURNOFF)
                elif opt in ("-b", "--bell"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_BELL)
                elif opt in ("-d", "--dim"):
                        if (dimlevel < 0):
                                print("Dimlevel must be set with --dimlevel before --dim")
                        else:
                                doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_DIM, dimlevel)
                elif opt in ("-v", "--dimlevel"):
                        dimlevel = arg
                elif opt in ("--up"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_UP)
                elif opt in ("--down"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_DOWN)
if __name__ == "__main__":
        config = ConfigObj(os.environ['HOME'] + '/.config/Telldus/tdtool.conf')
        main(sys.argv[1:])




mwd123
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by mwd123 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Great work thanks

Edit, does not work for me doh :)

suse:/usr/local/bin # ./tdsens.py --list
File "./tdsens.py", line 101
lastUpdated = response['lastUpdated']
^
IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level

Anye clue?
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by Zaman » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Python is very sensitive when it comes to indentation. All code that is part of the same function, loop or whatever has to be indented in exactly the same way. Python doesn't use {}, begin-end or anything else to mark beginning and end of code sections.
That is: three spaces and a tab is not the same, three or for spaces is not the same and so on.

If you look at the usage section there is one print statement that is more to the left than the rest. The python interpretor will interpret that as of the function has ended and a new function starts.
What you have to do is go through the code and make sure that the indentation is correct and always use the same character (either space or tab, never both).

Hope this helps.

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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by mwd123 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

I tried that too, but it didnt work.
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by Zaman » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

The error message is quite clear - your indentation is incorrect and if you look at lines 100 and 101 they don't have the same indentation level.
Try using the following code instead where I've fixed the indentation (not taking any responsibility for the rest of the code):

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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import datetime;
import time;
import sys, getopt, httplib, urllib, json, os
import oauth.oauth as oauth
from configobj import ConfigObj
#insert your own public_key and private_key
PUBLIC_KEY = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
PRIVATE_KEY = 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'
TELLSTICK_TURNON = 1
TELLSTICK_TURNOFF = 2
TELLSTICK_BELL = 4
TELLSTICK_DIM = 16
TELLSTICK_UP = 128
TELLSTICK_DOWN = 256
SUPPORTED_METHODS = TELLSTICK_TURNON | TELLSTICK_TURNOFF | TELLSTICK_BELL | TELLSTICK_DIM | TELLSTICK_UP | TELLSTICK_DOWN;

def printUsage():
        print("Usage: %s [ options ]" % sys.argv[0])
        print("")
        print("Options:")
        print("     -[lnfdbvhs] [ --list ] [ --sensor ] [ --info ] [ --help ]")
        print("                      [ --on device ] [ --off device ] [ --bell device ]")
        print("                      [ --dimlevel level --dim device ]")
        print("                      [ --up device --down device ]")
        print("")
        print("       --list (-l short option)")
        print("             List currently configured devices.")
        print("")
        print("       --sensor (-s short option)")
        print("             List all sensors.")
        print("")
        print("       --info (-i short option)")
        print("             Show temp. 'sensor' must be an integer of the sensor-id.")
        print("             Sensor-id and name is outputed with the --sensor option")
        print("")
        print("       --help (-h short option)")
        print("             Shows this screen.")
        print("")
        print("       --on device (-n short option)")
        print("             Turns on device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --off device (-f short option)")
        print("             Turns off device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --dim device (-d short option)")
        print("             Dims device. 'device' must be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("             Note: The dimlevel parameter must be set before using this option.")
        print("")
        print("       --dimlevel level (-v short option)")
        print("             Set dim level. 'level' should an integer, 0-255.")
        print("             Note: This parameter must be set before using dim.")
        print("")
        print("       --bell device (-b short option)")
        print("             Sends bell command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --up device")
        print("             Sends up command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("       --down device")
        print("             Sends down command to devices supporting this. 'device' must")
        print("             be an integer of the device-id")
        print("             Device-id and name is outputed with the --list option")
        print("")
        print("Report bugs to <info.tech@telldus.se>")

def listDevices():
        response = doRequest('devices/list', {'supportedMethods': SUPPORTED_METHODS})
        print("Number of devices: %i" % len(response['device']));
        for device in response['device']:
                if (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_TURNON):
                        state = 'ON'
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_TURNOFF):
                        state = 'OFF'
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_DIM):
                        state = "DIMMED"
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_UP):
                        state = "UP"
                elif (device['state'] == TELLSTICK_DOWN):
                        state = "DOWN"
                else:
                        state = 'Unknown state'
                print("%s\t%s\t%s" % (device['id'], device['name'], state));

def listSensors():
   ignored = 0 #set to 1 to include ignored sensors
   response = doRequest('sensors/list', {'includeIgnored': ignored})
   for sensor in response['sensor']:
      print("%s %s" % (sensor['id'], sensor['name']));

def infoSensor(sensorId):
   response = doRequest('sensor/info', {'id': sensorId})
   lastUpdated = response['lastUpdated']

   lastUpdatedReadable = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(int(lastUpdated)).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')
   for data in response['data']:
      print("Id: %s Temp: %s c  Last update:  %s" % (sensorId, data['value'], lastUpdatedReadable));

def doMethod(deviceId, methodId, methodValue = 0):
        response = doRequest('device/info', {'id': deviceId})
        if (methodId == TELLSTICK_TURNON):
                method = 'on'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_TURNOFF):
                method = 'off'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_BELL):
                method = 'bell'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_UP):
                method = 'up'
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_DOWN):
                method = 'down'
        if ('error' in response):
                name = ''
                retString = response['error']
        else:
                name = response['name']
                response = doRequest('device/command', {'id': deviceId, 'method': methodId, 'value': methodValue})
                if ('error' in response):
                        retString = response['error']
                else:
                        retString = response['status']
        if (methodId in (TELLSTICK_TURNON, TELLSTICK_TURNOFF)):
                print("Turning %s device %s, %s - %s" % ( method, deviceId, name, retString));
        elif (methodId in (TELLSTICK_BELL, TELLSTICK_UP, TELLSTICK_DOWN)):
                print("Sending %s to: %s %s - %s" % (method, deviceId, name, retString))
        elif (methodId == TELLSTICK_DIM):
                print("Dimming device: %s %s to %s - %s" % (deviceId, name, methodValue, retString))

def doRequest(method, params):
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        token = oauth.OAuthToken(config['token'], config['tokenSecret'])
        oauth_request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, token=token, http_method='GET', http_url="http://api.telldus.com/json/" + method, parameters=params)
        oauth_request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, token)
        headers = oauth_request.to_header()
        headers['Content-Type'] = 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection("api.telldus.com:80")
        conn.request('GET', "/json/" + method + "?" + urllib.urlencode(params, True).replace('+', '%20'), headers=headers)
        response = conn.getresponse()
        return json.load(response)

def requestToken():
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, http_url='http://api.telldus.com/oauth/requestToken')
        request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, None)
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection('api.telldus.com:80')
        conn.request(request.http_method, '/oauth/requestToken', headers=request.to_header())
        resp = conn.getresponse().read()
        token = oauth.OAuthToken.from_string(resp)
        print 'Open the following url in your webbrowser:\nhttp://api.telldus.com/oauth/authorize?oauth_token=%s\n' % token.key
        print 'After logging in and accepting to use this application run:\n%s --authenticate' % (sys.argv[0])
        config['requestToken'] = str(token.key)
        config['requestTokenSecret'] = str(token.secret)
        saveConfig()

def getAccessToken():
        global config
        consumer = oauth.OAuthConsumer(PUBLIC_KEY, PRIVATE_KEY)
        token = oauth.OAuthToken(config['requestToken'], config['requestTokenSecret'])
        request = oauth.OAuthRequest.from_consumer_and_token(consumer, token=token, http_method='GET', http_url='http://api.telldus.com/oauth/accessToken')
        request.sign_request(oauth.OAuthSignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1(), consumer, token)
        conn = httplib.HTTPConnection('api.telldus.com:80')
        conn.request(request.http_method, request.to_url(), headers=request.to_header())
        resp = conn.getresponse()
        if resp.status != 200:
                print 'Error retreiving access token, the server replied:\n%s' % resp.read()
                return
        token = oauth.OAuthToken.from_string(resp.read())
        config['requestToken'] = None
        config['requestTokenSecret'] = None
        config['token'] = str(token.key)
        config['tokenSecret'] = str(token.secret)
        print 'Authentication successful, you can now use tdtool'
        saveConfig()
def authenticate():
        try:
                opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], '', ['authenticate'])
                for opt, arg in opts:
                        if opt in ('--authenticate'):
                                getAccessToken()
                                return
        except getopt.GetoptError:
                pass
        requestToken()

def saveConfig():
        global config
        try:
                os.makedirs(os.environ['HOME'] + '/.config/Telldus')
        except:
                pass
        config.write()

def main(argv):
        global config
        if ('token' not in config or config['token'] == ''):
                authenticate()
                return
        try:
                opts, args = getopt.getopt(argv, "lsn:f:d:b:v:i:h", ["list", "on=", "off=", "dim=", "bell=", "dimlevel=", "up=", "down=", "help", "sensor", "info="])
        except getopt.GetoptError:
                printUsage()
                sys.exit(2)
        dimlevel = -1
        for opt, arg in opts:
                if opt in ("-h", "--help"):
                        printUsage()
                elif opt in ("-l", "--list"):
                        listDevices()
                elif opt in ("-s", "--sensor"):
                        listSensors()
                elif opt in ("-i", "--info"):
                        infoSensor(arg)
                elif opt in ("-n", "--on"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_TURNON)
                elif opt in ("-f", "--off"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_TURNOFF)
                elif opt in ("-b", "--bell"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_BELL)
                elif opt in ("-d", "--dim"):
                        if (dimlevel < 0):
                                print("Dimlevel must be set with --dimlevel before --dim")
                        else:
                                doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_DIM, dimlevel)
                elif opt in ("-v", "--dimlevel"):
                        dimlevel = arg
                elif opt in ("--up"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_UP)
                elif opt in ("--down"):
                        doMethod(arg, TELLSTICK_DOWN)
if __name__ == "__main__":
        config = ConfigObj(os.environ['HOME'] + '/.config/Telldus/tdtool.conf')
        main(sys.argv[1:])

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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by mwd123 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Yes now it works :) thanks
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by Zapper » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

I'm guessing that the code windows on the forum aren't using hard tabs. So all python will be messed up.

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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by forzaKGB » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Hi

I do not see any information on hunidity, I have three sensors from Clas Ohlson () that also gives med Humidity and would very mych like to have that info aswell. How do I change the code in order to get that value?

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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by esbemb » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

forzaKGB wrote:Hi

I do not see any information on hunidity, I have three sensors from Clas Ohlson () that also gives med Humidity and would very mych like to have that info aswell. How do I change the code in order to get that value?
Unfortunately I cannot add the humidity function at the present time. I don't :cry: have a humidity sensor, so I'm not able to test it.

Zaman
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by Zaman » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

If you log on to, and run a few tests on api.telldus.com you might be able to figure out how to extract the humidity together with the temp.
(It's a data set with the name "humidity" instead of "temp")

mountaindude
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Re: tdtool for python with temperature functions

Post by mountaindude » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Zaman wrote:If you log on to, and run a few tests on api.telldus.com you might be able to figure out how to extract the humidity together with the temp.
(It's a data set with the name "humidity" instead of "temp")
Yup, the sensor/Info API call returns a json with the format:

{"id":"<sensorid>","clientName":"YourLocationName","name":"Frysen","lastUpdated":1349046473,"ignored":0,"editable":1,"data":[{"name":"temp","value":"-23.8"},{"name":"humidity","value":"72"}],"protocol":"mandolyn","sensorId":"13","timezoneoffset":7200}

I am using thermometers from Clas Ohlson, modified with a better transmitter in each thermometer (otherwise the range is pretty lousy). Works great across the house and over the back yard to a small house there.

kea
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Transmitter modification in CO sensor

Post by kea » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

mountaindude wrote: I am using thermometers from Clas Ohlson, modified with a better transmitter in each thermometer (otherwise the range is pretty lousy). Works great across the house and over the back yard to a small house there.
Sorry for tread hijacking. Could you share the info on how you have modified the sensors?

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