File Name: HomeSeer HS3 Connector Module
File Submitter: doczaius
File Submitted: 15 Jun 2016
File Category: Premise
Contact: [email protected]
' This driver interfaces with HomeSeer HS3 through its JSON and ASCII interface
' Essentially HomeSeer acts as a hardware controller, allowing you to use all the modern
' devices that are available to HomeSeer. Meanwhile you can use Premise's unparalleled object
' oriented logic programming, or any other sort of custom functions built by yourself
' or others.
' Version: 0.1a
' - Proof of concept
' - Only has functionality supporting Dimmer & Switch
' - Other device types may be discovered but their implementation is incomplete.
' - Code to auth with ASCII server is complete but not implemented in this release.
' - Priorities:
' - Add Sensors (Motion, Temperature, Humidity, Luminance)
' - Add Climate Control (Thermostat)
' - Add Locks
' - Notification Devices (Alarm, Tamper, Intrusion etc)
' - Cleanup buthered code from ViziaRF, remove unnecessary scripts and objects
' - The vast majority of this driver is built off of the very hard work of CocoonTech members
' 123, markh and etc6849. The wonderful ViziaRF driver built by them has been repurposed,
' trading the VRC0P for HS3. Many Z-wave and Leviton specific functions have been removed
' but anyone familizar with the ViziaRF driver will recognize its massive contribution.
' - A9K aka docz (myself) on the CocoonTech Forums. In addition to the incorporation of the
' aspjson function and the homeseer conversion of the driver, also bundled and required for this
' module to function is my Generic HTTP (modules/a9k/xmlhttp) driver which I built some time
' ago to interface with other modules ive built like OpenSprinklerPi & RPiCamControl that use
' HTTP get/post methods to transmit and receive data.
' - HomeSeer HS3 (any licenses supporting remote control will work)
' - A username/password in HS3 for premise to use.
' - Lantronix Add-in/driver
' - A9K/XMLHTTP Generic Driver
' - Bundled with the HS Driver. All are welcome to use and incorporate into their own
' projects as long as you post about them on CocoonTech!
' - BACKUP YOUR ENTIRE SERVER USING THE BACKUP TO CLIENT OR BACKUP TO SERVER OPTION.
' - Install the HomeSeer.xdo module (Click Modules, File, Import, browse to file, ok)
' - Create 1 virtual port in Lantronix to connect to your HomeSeer server.
' - Enable ASCII control within HS3 setup.
' - Enable JSON control within HS3 setup
' - Create a username/password combination for Premise to use when it talks to HS3
' - Configure the username, password, address, and port (lantronix) under the main HS3 object.
' - Click devices and then Discover Devices.
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