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pimatic-plugin-openhr20

0.16.0 • Public • Published

pimatic-plugin-openhr20

control openhr20 devices from within pimatic

Configuration

  • path to database file

Device Configuration

  • addr: address of device
  • batteryType: choose rechargeable or non rechargeable. Used to display the battery status. Non rechargeable batteries discharge linear, rechargeable stay mostly at 1.2V. Hence the display has to be handled different and i recommend to set the correct value here.
  • sync_devices: addresses of devices to be synced with this device on change (comma seperated list e.g 11,12)
  • further configuration not necessary and self explanatory

The battery icon is computed by the plugin shows empty when rechargeable batteries reach a voltage level below 1.05V per cell so one should have a few days time before the voltage drops below 0.9V/cell and the battery could be damaged. The 'Bat. warn' and 'Bat. low' error messages are computed by the valve itself and can be configured within the openhr20 web frontend.

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install

npm i pimatic-plugin-openhr20

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65

version

0.16.0

license

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homepage

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