I created a slightly modified version of my rule that is running on OH 2.1:
Item Fenster_Arbeitszimmer changed or
Item Fenster_Bad changed or
Item Fenster_Schlafzimmer changed or
Item Tuer_Wohnzimmer changed or
Item Balkon_Temperatur changed
val temp = "Line 1"
var fensterIcon = "OK";
sendCommand(DT_L2, "Line 2")
sendCommand(DT_L3, "Line 3")
sendCommand(DT_Submit, ON) // always execute at the end
Item DT_L1 ist connected with channel DISPLAY_LINE_1, DT_L2 with channel DISPLAY_LINE_2, …
The result of this rule looks like this:
The texts “CCU Line 2” and “CCU Line 3” can only be set on the CCU.
Thanks a lot for the good feedback! Well, my lines are off by 1, so when I write to line 2, it appears where you have line 1. Text written to line 1 does not appear anywhere…
I assume it is related to this update, where @Thomas_G mentioned that the lines have been shifted? I think it made things worse for the EP device. Could you make that last change only for the OLED version and revert for EP?
What binding version are you using? I could try it in my environment, too.
@gerrieg What do you think? Would it be feasible to use different channel names for the EP device?
I am using the 184.108.40.206803141920 snapshot.
How can I manually change a single binding (I installed with apt-get)?
These devices are driving me crazy
A summary for me, there are two devices with display:
HM-DIS-WM55 -> OLED -> 5 lines -> but @Thomas_G says 6 lines???
HM-Dis-EP-WM55 -> E-Paper -> 3 lines -> lines are shifted by one. If i revert my change only for the EP device, it should work again.
Can someone confirm my assumptions for the EP device?
@gerrieg Yes, they are really “interesting” devices :-).
Strictly speaking, the EP device has got 5 lines. But via the binding only the 3 lines in the middle can be set (see my picture above). In version 2.1 of the binding there were 3 channels for the text and 3 channels for the icons:
DISPLAY_LINE_1 to DISPLAY_LINE_3 and DISPLAY_ICON_1 to DISPLAY_ICON_3.
In the next days I can find some time for testing (and probably migrating my production environment to 2.3).
The OLED HM-DIS-WM55 device has 6 lines. Your changes made the device completely usable. (One more line and shifting the content one line up).
For the EP device you must revert the shifting-change. But only for EP, not for “my” device.
I think that is the only “To-Do”.
That’s what I interpret here.
Hi @gerrieg, did you have time to fix this issue? Would help me a lot because right now, I cannot use the device properly. When you make the changes in a snapshot I can test it right away.
By the way, that did it! Works for the EP device now, thx!