Node being digital input and output

6 years 10 months ago #158 by ralleboehm
Awesome project. Best one i have seen so far! Good job.

I am using the mysensors sketch for relay-with-button-actuator, and on the debug console i can see the digital reads submitted by the node on the nrf network when i switch the button.

I assume i could use automation tasks to send back a message to the same node to switch the relay state when this read has been received.

Could someone give me a hand how to syntax this right?

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6 years 10 months ago - 6 years 10 months ago #159 by EasyIoT

ralleboehm wrote: Awesome project. Best one i have seen so far! Good job.

I am using the mysensors sketch for relay-with-button-actuator, and on the debug console i can see the digital reads submitted by the node on the nrf network when i switch the button.

I assume i could use automation tasks to send back a message to the same node to switch the relay state when this read has been received.

Could someone give me a hand how to syntax this right?


Thx.
Here is example. Put this code in automation Setup function:
EventHelper.ModuleChangedHandler((o, m, p) =>
    {
    	//Console.WriteLine(m.Address + " in program id "+ Program.ProgramId.ToString()+ " property "+ p.Property + " value " + p.Value);
	
	if ((m.Domain == "MySensors") && (m.Address = "N1S1") && (P.Value == "1"))
	  DriverHelper.ProcessCommad(Domains.MYSENSORS, "N1S3", "ControlOn", "");

        return true;
    });

This code sample sends command ON to MySensors module with address N1S3 when module N1S1 is switched ON. See beta release thread for details.
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6 years 9 months ago #313 by ralleboehm
Thanks.
Finally had some time on my hand to play with my toys again.
a simple crontab setting of * * * * * will not do the trick i suppose ?

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6 years 9 months ago #317 by EasyIoT

ralleboehm wrote: Thanks.
Finally had some time on my hand to play with my toys again.
a simple crontab setting of * * * * * will not do the trick i suppose ?

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no, cron is not good solution. It must be event based solution. I'm preparing tutorials about automation, and everything will be described.

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