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Cyber-Rain Sprinkler System

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325xi:
Just an update - plugin for Etherrain 8 valves controller is alive and well.
http://www.quicksmart.com/qs_etherrain.html

CMRancho:
I have two Cyber-Rain sprinkler controllers, and I'm pretty happy with them. The whole point of their system is that you don't need to intervene at all once they're set up. It would still be nice to monitor (and even control) the system remotely, and they say they're working on a web interface that will do this.

LibraSun:
CMRancho, what you're after makes complete sense.  After all, with much of the nation affected by periodic droughts, surely one day Vera will be able to respond to "Please conserve water!" requests from municipal or regional authorities ... in much the same way Vera can now react to similar "Flex Alerts" in California.

It would be cool if Vera could throttle back the Cyber-Rain sprinkler controllers under the appropriate circumstances, then later return them to normal operation.

techyman99:

--- Quote from: micasaverde on December 20, 2008, 07:45:16 pm ---When we get the LUA-based scripting engine built-in, this will be a great add-on.  With the LUA engine, users can add their own plugins and share them.

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New here, but I just got my Cyber-Rain Cloud version... Is there a way for my Vera2 to be able to hook up to this puppy? Any help would be great.

Thanx

Ndemarco:

--- Quote from: micasaverde on December 20, 2008, 07:45:16 pm ---When we get the LUA-based scripting engine built-in, this will be a great add-on.  With the LUA engine, users can add their own plugins and share them.

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Using the Lua scripting, can we get deep into the Z-Wave protocol to, for example, control the Intermatic MultiWave?

Nick

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