This page last changed on Apr 02, 2015 by woutdb.

Hi everyone

I'm looking for a way to control my AC-unit with openremote through Raspberry Pi. What I'd like to do is getting the values (0-100%, 0-255, 0/1 ...) from pressing or sliding something on openremote to my raspberry pi. So I can use them in python codes. So by example, if I press the "ON" button it sends a "1" signal that I can call in my python code. Does anyone know how to do this? I have only used openremote with knx directly and running the controller on the pc...
Is there a way to run the controller on raspberry pi and read out the signals?

Thanks in advance!

Kind regards,

Wout

Just search the forum with "Openremote Raspberry Pi" and you get plenty hits for your question.

Posted by pz1 at Apr 02, 2015 16:48

Yeah, I did that... But I mostly find ways to install openremote controller on raspberry pi. But getting the server of OR on the raspberry is one thing, I want to design the commands that they are send to the raspberry pi so I can use them in my python program...

Posted by woutdb at Apr 03, 2015 07:53

How does your AC-unit communicate with the outside world. What protocol?

Posted by pz1 at Apr 03, 2015 08:15

With IR-signals. I decoded the IR signals with the raspberry pi using LIRC. Now I have the command irsend to send out the signals. But I want to program this with a visualisation from openremote...

Posted by woutdb at Apr 03, 2015 10:01

Again a search on the site with "howto ir" gives quite a few relevant links I think

Posted by pz1 at Apr 03, 2015 10:29

And again, I did that already. But I don't want to send IR signals with openremote, the IR signals are send by the Raspberry Pi. I just want to press a button on the raspberry pi so it sends a "1" signal or something like that to my raspberry that I can read for that specific button. So I can program it in python.

Posted by woutdb at Apr 03, 2015 11:43
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