EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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krambriw
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EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

I have uploaded a new version of the plugin for TellStick Duo. This version and any future updates will be published here:
http://www.eventghost.net/forum/viewtop ... f=9&t=3512
Best regards, Walter

jaaahaaa
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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

krambriw wrote:I have uploaded a new version of the plugin for TellStick Duo. This version and any future updates will be published here:
http://www.eventghost.net/forum/viewtop ... f=9&t=3512
Best regards, Walter
Plugin works but it still crashes... :(
Crashed for me when running a single "lights off"

krambriw
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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

How crashes? Something in EG log window?

Can you try the very latest version, you find a beta at the end of the thread at the EG forum

Best regards, Walter

jaaahaaa
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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

Usually the whole service crashes and I have to restart windows. (updated to the on on eg forum). Tried this for a bit and got:

TellStickDuo: Turn on Livingroom-T1
TellStickDuo: Turn off Livingroom-C1
TellStickDuo: Turn off Hall-C1
TellStickDuo: Turn off Kitchen-T2
Retry nbr: 1
Retry nbr: 2
Retry nbr: 3
Retry nbr: 4
An error occurred while trying to transmit
TellStickDuo: Turn off Kitchen-C1
Retry nbr: 1
Retry nbr: 2
Retry nbr: 3
Retry nbr: 4
An error occurred while trying to transmit
TellStickDuo: Turn off Kitchen-T1
Retry nbr: 1
Retry nbr: 2
Retry nbr: 3
Retry nbr: 4
An error occurred while trying to transmit
TellStickDuo: Turn off Livingroom-T2
Retry nbr: 1
Retry nbr: 2
Retry nbr: 3
Retry nbr: 4
An error occurred while trying to transmit
TellStickDuo.Livingroom-T1.ON 'selflearning-switch:nexa.5'
TellStickDuo.Livingroom-C1.OFF 'selflearning-dimmer:nexa.8'
TellStickDuo..OFF 'selflearning-dimmer:nexa.13'


Did work the next event I tried though... gonna try it out a bit more too see if it crashed like it did before as well

krambriw
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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

service crashes and I have to restart windows
This is not due to EG or the plugin. It is the Telldus Service that doesn't work or respond when you see those entries in the logg. Has nothing to do with EG.

Best regards, Walter

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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

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

I have added some new actions to the plugin to allow you to control dimming of lamps in steps during a configurable snooze time. It is getting popular with so called wake-up lamps and here is a variant you could use (I call them Good Morning and Good Night).

It works like this:

You define the lamp control action and set a snooze time. Then when the action is triggered it will automatically dim the lamp in delayed steps during the snooze time (the action calculates the number of steps and each dim level required to cover the snooze time). The action can be triggered by any type of event when it is put into a macro.

Please be aware that not all devices supports absolute dim levels (Nexa selflearning dimmers does).

Visit the EvenGhost forum to download the updated plugin

Sergio
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Re: EventGhost plugin: TellStick Duo

Post by Sergio » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:18 pm

Hi,
i use telldus duo & eventghost/telldus center on my 24/7 PC.
I would like to have email notification when batteries at outdoor temperature sensors deplete.
So the goal is: if EG didnt receive any info from sensor with id:xxx... e-mail plugin EG send me an email.
Plan is here, but i lack in execution :)

Since raw events of temp sensors appear in EG log,
I guess I will start from that, but is there any plugin (or pyton script?)
that will monitor EG log and, eg. if sensor with id:151 is not sending any data in last 12 hours, it can generate an event?

I hope I made sense :)

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