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ISY and iAqualink


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I have both the iAqualinc and one of these devices installed http://www.autelis.com/wiki/index.php?t ... ndy/Zodiac

 

Do yourself a favor and get one, it integrates very easily and coexists great.

 

Bill

 

I realize this is an old post, but why do you need both iAqualink and the Autelis?

 

I could recreate all the functionality with just the Autelis but already had the iAqualink and the app is ok so saw no reason to rip it out since it coexists fine...

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I don't know how well this is known, but at my request the Autelis people added a UDP broadcast to the Autelis pool control. I recently asked them to change the format to a JSON message and they have stated that they will look at that.

 

Basically a UDP message is brodcast every time anything changes. The message is sent n times (n being configurable). Messages are sequence numbered and are of the form of name=value sets. Duplicated messages have the same sequence number so no polling is needed any longer other than for initial state. I use the utelis both with my iPads (using code I developed) and with Homeseer. I could do the ISY if I ever boiught the networking module, I just haven't seen the need to do so yet.

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I don't know how well this is known, but at my request the Autelis people added a UDP broadcast to the Autelis pool control. I recently asked them to change the format to a JSON message and they have stated that they will look at that.

 

Basically a UDP message is brodcast every time anything changes. The message is sent n times (n being configurable). Messages are sequence numbered and are of the form of name=value sets. Duplicated messages have the same sequence number so no polling is needed any longer other than for initial state. I use the utelis both with my iPads (using code I developed) and with Homeseer. I could do the ISY if I ever boiught the networking module, I just haven't seen the need to do so yet.

 

I never noticed that. Is the port/format documented somewhere? Might as well write a listener for my rasperrypi's since they monitor pretty much everything else now too.

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