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eHome Switches
#91
somehow development stopped here, sadly!

It's implemented within pimatic-homeduino now! With a lot help from @Icesory I created a new switch (which hopefully soon finds it's way in pimatic-homeduino)

I'd like to post this link for future reference:
https://github.com/pimatic/rfcontroljs/pull/23
 
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#92
If you can create it in pimatic, why not in pilight itself?

And as you might have seen on github, i can only focus on one thing at the time. I'm currently working on big feature request such as the config rewrite and eventing. When that's done, i will implement some protocols again. I also added support for the Hummingboard, Radxa, and BananaPi. So development has clearly not halted but shifted in priority a bit.
 
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#93
(11-21-2014, 11:14 AM)curlymo Wrote: If you can create it in pimatic, why not in pilight itself?

And as you might have seen on github, i can only focus on one thing at the time. I'm currently working on big feature request such as the config rewrite and eventing. When that's done, i will implement some protocols again. I also added support for the Hummingboard, Radxa, and BananaPi. So development has clearly not halted but shifted in priority a bit.

No mean to offend ;-)
Just the eHome development stopped, since a lot of people were interested in a protocol but since development started not many contributed..sadly!

I got some help as you can see on github to implement it in pimatic. Although I moved the entire sending/receiving to pimatic-homeduino, since the arduino reacts much more "instant" compared to the pi. I for myself don't need a native pilight implementation. But I wanted to share the result so others that are looking for a pilight implementation have a point to start.
 
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#94
And no means to offend likewise Wink but i found it hard to believe that the arduino is any faster that a direct GPIO interfacing on the Raspberry Pi.
 
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#95
My Setup was the following:

pimatic running on dedicated server (zbox with i5)
raspberry pi running pilight & a calendar overview on a 22" Monitor

So every sending/receiving will follow this way:

switch ~~433mhz~~ raspberry pi ---lan--- router ---lan--- zbox (and reverse)

You'll see, this isn't efficient.

Now I have the arduino connected to the zbox - Signal is a lot more "instant" also when the pi was on high load (cause of updating the Interface etc.) it's missing pulses or sending is interrupted..so I got corrupt sending/receiving which results in an unreliable behaviour or feeling when using the system (at least my girlfriend though so..)
 
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#96
Of course, in those cases it will be faster. I will releaes the pilight arduino implementation soon so it will be again faster then pimatic Wink All in pure C.
 
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