After adding the module to the project, fill in the setup, where we specify the IP, Port gate and SubnetID and DeviseID, which are assigned to the HDL Enviro Panel.
After filling up the setup module, in order to add the necessary devices associated with the HDL Enviro Panel, you must click the “plus” button:
In the menu that opens, you can select the devices you need:
When you select a device, a window is displayed in which you must specify the device number, which can be viewed in HDL Buspro (for example, AC):
In i3 lite, this parameter is entered in this field (for example, AC):
After these actions, the widget of the device you need will be added and you can manage it via i3 lite.
I would be interesting to enable/dsable the sever's routines by script.
Get access to the property 'Enable' of routines would be interessting for our end customer..
This point will complet the property of schedule what you are rending access by script...
On the iPhone X, there is in the bottom a 'white stripe' (bar).
This is for swiping to other apps that are running on the iPhone.
Our installer is asking: can we de-activate this 'white stripe' in iRidium i3 pro app? So, it's not more visible?
What way is the best to make a button go in the ON state at a certain number and only at that number? This without using JS?
For example: I have a button with a relation where it reads in the value from a scene of a light. And i want that the button is in the ON state when the value is 13. With any other value the button needs to be in the OFF state.
At the moment i'm doing ith by writing the value in the value of the button, i change the button in a trigger button and change both values to the number it needs to be ON at. And i choose for feedback the invert channel. This seems to work but i don't even understand why it works.
So is there any better way to do this?
I am building or own application on android.
I want to start i3 Pro application from my application.
I need the intent from the app. For startin the activity.
For example this is the intent for starting the settings application: android.procider.Settings.ACTION_Settings.
startActivityForResult(new Intent(android.provider.Settings.ACTION_SETTINGS), 0)
We have a server project with a KNX IP Router driver present that occasionally fails to receive an update from the KNX bus when bus activity is high.
By monitoring the KNX bus I can see that both the command and feedback is sent across the KNX bus, but the feedback simply doesn't make it to the iRidium server driver. This causes an issue in that the tags storing these levels will be incorrect until the knx address makes another change.
To retrieve the value of a specific KNX address I am indexing
`var value = IR.GetVariable("Drivers.KNX Server.KNX IP Router.1/6/250");`
which retrieves the old value.
My question is this - is there a way I can force a re-read of a specific KNX address? So that if I detect that no update has been received when it should, I can force the KNX IP Router driver to actively read the KNX bus, instead of relying on its cached value?
Looking forward to your reply,
I'd like to setup a spare or failover server on a raspberry pi. The presentation https://www.slideshare.net/iRidiumMobile365/how-to-set-iridium-server states that it should be possible.
Can you give me any directions?
I just found that I can set Feedback "On server" to "False"
while "Read On Start" set to "True"
So when server restart this Feedback will send READ request to KNX
but IR will not use it at all
it this expect behavior or it is a bug?
Is it possible to send a value from js to a tag on the server?
I have a UMC with a mqtt driver on it.
I would like to send a value from JS but cannot get it done with IR.GetDevice ("iRidium Server"). Set ("MQTT.Address", 1);
What am I doing wrong?
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