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mqtt [2019-05-08 21:49]
alfie [Lighting]
mqtt [2020-03-08 21:13] (current)
cazagen
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 | environment/​g1/​heating | 0-30, off | Send a numeric value to set a target temperature for G1, off to turn the heating off | | environment/​g1/​heating | 0-30, off | Send a numeric value to set a target temperature for G1, off to turn the heating off |
 | environment/​g8/​extractor/​relay/​0 | 0=off, 1=on | Wall extractor in workshop | | environment/​g8/​extractor/​relay/​0 | 0=off, 1=on | Wall extractor in workshop |
 +| environment/​g14/​heating | 0-30, off | Send a numeric value to set a target temperature for G14, off to turn the heating off |
  
 ===== Lighting ===== ===== Lighting =====
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 ===== Displays ===== ===== Displays =====
 +
 +==== Ferrograph Rhapsody LED Display ====
  
 The [[rhapsodydisplay|Ferrograph Rhapsody LED Display]] is configured to display a list of message chunks on it's main scrolling area. Use the //​submessage//​ topic below to add a message to the scroller. Messages time out after 10 minutes, so resend the message every 1-5 minutes using the same //id//. The [[rhapsodydisplay|Ferrograph Rhapsody LED Display]] is configured to display a list of message chunks on it's main scrolling area. Use the //​submessage//​ topic below to add a message to the scroller. Messages time out after 10 minutes, so resend the message every 1-5 minutes using the same //id//.
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 | display/​rhapsody/​reset | | Reset the Rhapsody display (only required if the display is corrupted) | | display/​rhapsody/​reset | | Reset the Rhapsody display (only required if the display is corrupted) |
  
-//Doorbot// is the wooden box by the door in G1, with two buttons and a 16x2 LCD:+==== Doorbot ​==== 
 + 
 +The wooden box by the door in G1, with two buttons and a 16x2 LCD:
  
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
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 | display/​doorbot/​buttons/​green/​state | up, down | Sent by device, do not write | | display/​doorbot/​buttons/​green/​state | up, down | Sent by device, do not write |
  
-G1 LED strip (the one that goes around the edge of the room):+==== G1 LED strip (the one that goes around the edge of the room) ====
  
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
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 The LEDs can also be addressed in real time via a UDP network protocol. See [[https://​gist.github.com/​timhawes/​910ee6b5bf9c36833235b0e075f01cbf|this example]]. The LEDs can also be addressed in real time via a UDP network protocol. See [[https://​gist.github.com/​timhawes/​910ee6b5bf9c36833235b0e075f01cbf|this example]].
  
-G1 LED String, that goes across the ceiling in the middle of the room:+==== G1 LED String ​====
  
-This is not on mqtt yet, but can be controlled with a web interface at http://​ceilingleds.hacklab.+The one that goes across the ceiling in the middle of the room.
  
-G1 Warning Turret:+These are running the WLED firmware, which is ridiculously comprehensive and can talk to basically everything. 
 + 
 +There is a web interface at http://​ceilingleds.hacklab. 
 + 
 +Full MQTT docs at https://​github.com/​Aircoookie/​WLED/​wiki/​MQTT 
 + 
 +^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ 
 +| display/​g1/​wled/​$STRIP_NAME | 0-255, "​ON",​ "​OFF",​ or "​T"​ |  "​T"​ means toggle | 
 +| display/​g1/​wled/​$STRIP_NAME/​col | #RRGGBB | | 
 +|||STRIP_NAME can be replaced with "​dangle"​ for the strip dangling in G1 or "​all"​ for every strip running this firmware in G1| 
 + 
 +==== G1 Warning Turret ​====
  
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
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 | display/​g1/​turret/​green| 0=off 1=on | Turns on the green band on the Turret light | | display/​g1/​turret/​green| 0=off 1=on | Turns on the green band on the Turret light |
  
-NEC Digital Signage Display+==== NEC Digital Signage Display ​====
  
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
-<del>display/​nec/​brightness</​del> ​<​del>​[0-100]</​del> ​<​del>​changes ​the brightness of the display to //n// percent</​del> ​+| display/​nec/​image Image URL Display an image on the screen ​
-| CURRENTLY BORKED ||| + 
-Shorekarn scrolling display (in G1 window)+ 
 +==== Shorekarn scrolling display (in G1 window) ​====
  
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
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 | Not currently set up ||| | Not currently set up |||
  
-New Window display+==== New Window display ​==== 
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
 | display/​g1/​windowled/​text | text | seems to slow down render with large text| | display/​g1/​windowled/​text | text | seems to slow down render with large text|
 | display/​g1/​windowled/​colour | r,g,b | comma separated string of red, green, and blue (0-255) Takes effect on next text change |  ​ | display/​g1/​windowled/​colour | r,g,b | comma separated string of red, green, and blue (0-255) Takes effect on next text change |  ​
  
-G1 Projector+==== G1 Projector ​==== 
 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
 | display/​g1/​projector/​on | empty | Turns on projector |  | display/​g1/​projector/​on | empty | Turns on projector | 
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