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Siegenia AEROPAC
#1
Next device to control: the Siegenia AEROPAC Smart

There is one product on the web that supports this device, iobroker:
https://github.com/Apollon77/ioBroker.siegenia

Is it easy to control them with a LM/HL?

I see they use a websocket in: https://github.com/Apollon77/ioBroker.si...iegenia.js
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#2
See this thread for websocket library: https://forum.logicmachine.net/showthrea...23#pid7823
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#3
mmm i only receive a 1006 error

Code:
* arg: 1
  * nil
* arg: 2
  * nil
* arg: 3
  * bool: false
* arg: 4
  * number: 1006
* arg: 5
  * string: wrong state


Code:
iIp  = '192.168.x.x'
iUsr = 'admin'
iPwd = 'xxxxxxxx'

if not ws then
  ws = require('user.websocket')
  url = 'wss://'..iUsr..':'..iPwd..'@'..iIp..':443/WebSocket'
  -- mode is either sync or copas, second parameter sets timeout in seconds
  client = ws.client('sync', 10)
  client:connect(url)
end

log(client:receive())

Anyone a suggestion how to find a detailed error?

30-10-2019: change the protocol from ws to wss gives no error 1006, but how to control the box?
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#4
i like to turn this device on/off and set my fanlevel.

Who can help me?
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#5
From JS code it looks like you don't have to pass user/password via URL but send a login request via WS.

Each request is encoded using JSON:
Code:
login = json.encode({
  command = 'login',
  user = user,
  password = password,
  long_life = false,
})

For On/Off and fan control try this (change deviceactive value as needed):
Code:
req = json.encode({
  command = 'setDeviceParams',
  params = {
    devicestate = { deviceactive = true },
    fanlevel = 3, -- 0..7
    fanpower = 50, -- 0..100  
  }
})
Either fanlevel or fanpower value is needed, AEROPAC probably uses fanlevel.
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#6
There's missing id parameter in my example. Use this helper function to send requests:
Code:
function send(data)
  reqid = (reqid or 0) + 1
  data.id = reqid
  data = json.encode(data)
  return client:send(data)
end

send({
  command = 'login',
  user = iUsr,
  password = iPwd,
  long_life = false,
})

send({
  command = 'setDeviceParams',
  params = {
    devicestate = { deviceactive = false },
    fanlevel = 0, -- 0..7
  }
})

send({
  command = 'logout'
})

If you want to keep the connection open then you should send keep-alive every 10 seconds or so:
Code:
send({
  command = 'keepAlive',
  param = {
    extend_session = true
  }
})
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#7
(30.10.2019, 14:40)admin Wrote: There's missing id parameter in my example. Use this helper function to send requests:
Code:
function send(data)
  reqid = (reqid or 0) + 1
  data.id = reqid
  data = json.encode(data)
  return client:send(data)
end

send({
  command = 'login',
  user = iUsr,
  password = iPwd,
  long_life = false,
})

send({
  command = 'setDeviceParams',
  params = {
    devicestate = { deviceactive = false },
    fanlevel = 0, -- 0..7
  }
})

send({
  command = 'logout'
})

If you want to keep the connection open then you should send keep-alive every 10 seconds or so:
Code:
send({
  command = 'keepAlive',
  param = {
    extend_session = true
  }
})

Many thanks, it works great..  Big Grin
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