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    Hi to all

    First, my name is Helmut and I'm from Austria (not Australia ). I installed the evohome system last week with the gateway, the relay to controll my heating and three units on the radiators. Everything is working fine.
    I'm using the app on verious devices. The app is ok, but on my Win8 tablet it is not possible to use. So I was searching for some options to controll the system over the web. I found nothing. I think, this is very poo for Honeywell.
    At last, I found this forum and this thread. The pictures are looking nice and I tried the web address https://customer.maginternet.co.uk/heating/login.php but I always get an login error. I used my credentials (I changed them ).
    So, is this project still allive? Is it possible to install it on my NAS? or will Honeywell do the job paid for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by courcirc8 View Post
    I received my HGI80, it works very nicely with domoticz!! Now I can switch off Evo's internet gateway...I don't like to have a device spreading "personal data" over the internet (presence or absence for example). You never know the security level of the system.
    Could you explain a bit more on the setup?

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    Hi Magga I must say very impressed with all the speak here, I have absolutely no idea of coding at all but love the idea of being able to see what is happening in respect to graphs showing temp. set points and valve openings. Any chance of it working on a mac?

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    You can run scripts on the MAC of various types. Most of this post was on PHP ( http://php.net/manual/en/install.macosx.php ). I rarely use MAC's myself, but the link would imply things might work.

    You can also use Python ( https://www.python.org/downloads/mac-osx/ ), same caveat as before, seems it would work.

    I was hoping to post a complete setup 'graphs an all', two things stopped me.
    1) Getting the bar graphs to work for the schedule is taking more time than I would like
    2) The instructions to set it all up are long! Could really do with an automated script.

    I have over 200 lines (with some documentation) for a RASPI install! As I said, could really do with an automated script.

    Quote Originally Posted by private4587 View Post
    Hi Magga I must say very impressed with all the speak here, I have absolutely no idea of coding at all but love the idea of being able to see what is happening in respect to graphs showing temp. set points and valve openings. Any chance of it working on a mac?

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    Hi,
    Is there a c# version of the library available online?
    I was pondering a universal app and if someone has done any work they could share it would be helpful.
    cheers.
    Dave

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    Hi Magga, is your web version still running? I wasn't able to log in with my Evohome username and password.

    Of course, you might just be harvesting those, and going to turn my hot water off when I'm not watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conseils View Post
    Below are some pics. I will try to post an update around December 23rd.
    Did you get any further, @Conseils?

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    Hi, two pieces of info.
    1 yes added lots of stuff and modding the user interface, to avoid potential copyright issues.
    Re engineered the database to make it flexible
    2 PM Honeywell to start release, they said "we are overloaded with requests".
    So I was left a little high and dry, at that point.

    If anyone can help in how to release without breaking Honeywell rules, I am listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conseils View Post
    If anyone can help in how to release without breaking Honeywell rules, I am listening.
    Having had a chat with a senior voice at Honeywell during the week I think you'll be OK. They are really proud of the 'tinkerer' community that's developing around the product.

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    Default Storing Values / Local weather conditions

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    for device in fullData['devices']:
    print device['thermostatModelType'], device['deviceID'], device['name'], device['thermostat']['indoorTemperature']

    [/CODE]

    It would be easy to change the print line near the end to write to a file or database to store these values for further analysis[/QUOTE]

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    Hi thanks for posting this script amazing work

    I have been saving the room temperatures for the last couple of days. I have noticed that the values are reasonably static I was thinking I should add a delay after connecting so the Honeywell server could poll the device ?

    On the last line does anyone know how to display the local weather conditions so I can record that

    for device in fullData['devices']:
    print device['thermostatModelType'], device['deviceID'], device['name'], device['thermostat']['indoorTemperature']

    I'm new to JSON I can see it in the raw JSON information but struggled getting it out to a string

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