the Homematic thermostat HM-CC-RT-DN is more complicated than it looks at the first glance. I have put together a working configuration (OH 1.7.1) consisting of all the items, rules, sitemap required control these thingies. Adding in some NetAtmo public data (without using the binding) and a remote control for switching both a lamp and the thermostats leads to a quite complex configuration spiced up with nice graphs.
It runs on a Raspi 2 and uses Homegear for the radio interface to the devices.
A great detail about is described here (only in German – sorry…): my Homegear forum entry
The configuration is available as download. The thread contains quite a lot of details about this thermostat.
Maybe someone will find it useful…
Thanks a lot for your example! Always interesting to see other configurations.
I didn’t know about NetAtmo and I’m trying to integrate your solution into my setup. I found a public station nearby and managed to get its device_id. Can you please explain how I can get the module_id now?
So far your script only extracts the pressure as this is the only request that doesn’t need a module_id.
I’m also using one HM-CC-RT-DN (which is why I stumbled on your post), but didn’t implement a lot of rules for it yet.
to figure out the available stations and their modules (and thus getting all the required IDs), take a look here: NetAtmo-getpublicdata. The initial setup is required only once (or if the stations change…).
- Define a small geographic rectangle around the area you are interested in.
- Make the API call to getpublicdata and look at the JSON output.
- Select the stations of your choice…
- Use the station and module IDs for the script.
Perfect! Thanks a lot for the fast response, works like a charm. Will try to integrate this into my setup now.