FineOffset rain gauge is now also included in OpenNetHome. The new FineOffsetRainGauge-Item keeps track of rain fallen the last hour, the last 24 hours, the last week, the last month and the total amount of rain. The graph shows the amount of rain fallen between each log point, which is every 15 minutes. The resolution of the sensor is 0,3 mm.
Unfortunately, the Tellstick does not currently support this sensor, so it will only work if you use the audio interface with OpenNetHome.
It is available in the nightly build.
Support for the FineOffset protocol for temperature and humidity sensors is now added to OpenNetHome. As usual, the brand names of the products vary between countries, and in Sweden for example they are sold under the name “Viking”. The usage in NetHomeServer is similar to the Oregon Scientific, so there are two new HomeItems: FineOffsetThermometer and FineOffsetHygrometer. As with the Oregon sensor, auto discovery is supported in OpenNetHome, so if there are sensors in range, they will automatically be presented on the Create/Edit-page. Note that not all FineOffset-sensors actually have a humidity sensor included. Graphing of values is of course supported as for the other sensors. Implementation is available in the nightly build.
I am also working on support for the FineOffset Rain Gauge, but that is not finished yet.
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Labels: home automation, Termometer, thermometer, Viking, wireless
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