Needless Patchouli Manufacture

    node-red-contrib-tplink

    1.0.1 • Public • Published

    node-red-contrib-tplink

    TP-Link Smart Home Node-Red Nodes

    GitHub release NPM Version GitHub last commit

    Node version GitHub repo size in bytes

    Github All Releases

    npm GitHub contributors contributions welcome

    This is a Node-RED node that allows you to control smart plugs, switches, and bulbs from the TP-Link Kasa Smart ecosystem.

    Under the hood, this uses TP-Link Smart Home API.

    Installation

    Run the following command in the root directory of your Node-RED install

    $ npm install node-red-contrib-tplink

    or you can use the Palette Manager in Node-RED.

    Parameters

    Name - Type in the name of the host manually or keep the default device name

    Device IP - Type in the Device IP address manually or press the button to retrieve all locally available plug devices. To specify a plug in a multi-plug device, append a / followed by the plug number (zero-indexed). Use is optional. Alternatively, or additionally, an input message can include msg.topic with a device IP (and optional plug number). Examples: 192.168.1.101 or 192.168.1.101/3

    Connection poll interval - Interval that is used to poll availability of devices (>500ms / Recommended 5000-10000ms). Set to 0 to disable availability checks (in which case, OnlineEvents will not trigger, even if started).

    Event poll interval - Interval that is used to poll active devices for events (>500ms / Recommended 1000-3000ms). Set to 0 to disable event polling (in which case, all events except OnlineEvents will not trigger, even if started).

    Output payload - Types are info, none, string, number, boolean, JSON, and timestamp. Default type is info with a value of getInfo. If set to info, the selected payload command will be fired after completion, and the payload set accordingly. Output payload is ignored if the node input is a command or an event, in which case see below for more information

    Debug - If enabled, will output device information to the flow editor debug tab.

    Inputs

    Send in a message to control, command, or start/stop events.

    • topic - Optional. The device IP (and optional plug). Any message without a topic will use the device configured via the parameters. If no topic is included, and no device is configured, the message will be ignored.

    • payload - Required. Either a control, command, or event action. See below for details of each.

    Controls

    Control a device by setting its properties.

    string | Object

    • true | on - Turn on the device
    • false | off - Turn off the device
    • toggle - Switch the power state of the device.
    • Or as an object, all properties optional:
      • state: true | on | false | off - Set device on or off
      • brightness: [1-100] - Set brightness, if supported
      • temperature: [2700-6500, 0] - Set brightness (in kelvin), or zero to leave temperature mode and return to previous hsb value if supported
      • hsb: {hue, saturation, brightness} - Set the color, if supported
      • led: true | false - Turn the LED on or off, if supported

    Commands

    string

    • getInfo - Fetch the device information.
    • getCloudInfo - Fetch the device information from the cloud.
    • getQuickInfo - Fetch most popular proprieties, such as username, device consumption, mode, lighting state, and many more. Supports multi-plug.
    • getMeterInfo - Fetch the current device consumption. Supports multi-plug.
    • eraseStats - Clear all the meter statistics. Supports multi-plug.

    Events

    string | array | Object

    • startMeterEvents/stopMeterEvents - Subscribe to meter information events. Event emits on event polling interval.
    • startInfoEvents/stopInfoEvents - Subscribe to information events. Event emits on event polling interval.
    • startPowerEvents/stopPowerEvents - Subscribe to power on/off events. Event emits on device/plug change.
    • startPowerUpdateEvents/stopPowerUpdateEvents - Subscribe to power on/off events. Event emits on event polling interval.
    • startInUseEvents/stopInUseEvents - Subscribe to device usage events. Event emits on device/plug change.
    • startInUseUpdateEvents/stopInUseUpdateEvents - Subscribe to device usage events. Event emits on event polling interval.
    • startOnlineEvents/stopOnlineEvents - Subscribe to online/offline events. Event emits on poll interval.
    • stopAllEvents - Unsubscribe all events.

    Multiple event actions can be sent at once, either as an array or as a string separated by "|". Alternatively, an array or string can be sent in the events property of an object. Examples:

    ['startMeterEvents', 'stopPowerEvents']

    or

    { events: 'startMeterEvents|stopPowerEvents' }

    For developers

    This repo. is (mainly) coded on Node 10.3.0 with Node-RED 0.18.7 on Windows 10 Home Build 17134.81.

    Runs succesfully in a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ on standard Raspbian Stretch's Node 0.10.29 and matching Node-RED.

    https://nodei.co/npm/node-red-contrib-tplink.png?downloads=true&downloadRank=true&stars=true

    Install

    npm i node-red-contrib-tplink

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    94

    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    52.1 kB

    Total Files

    10

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • caseyjhol