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Home Automation System - OpenHAB 3 Migration - 45. Speedtest integration in OpenHAB Part 2

27/02/2022

Forty-fifth chapter related to my OpenHAB 2.5 to OpenHAB 3 migration.

In this second part let's conclude the integration of speedtest in OpenHAB, configuring InfluxDB persistence and creating dashboard on grafana.

This video does not presume to be a tutorial, but simply a step by step of what has been done to achieve the goal. I hope that it will help someone.

Bigbasec Github page: https://github.com/bigbasec/openhab-addons

Post on OpenHAB forum: https://community.openhab.org/t/oh3-new-binding-speedtest/114242/133

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Home Automation System - OpenHAB 3 Migration - 45. Speedtest integration in OpenHAB

25/02/2022

Forty-fifth chapter related to my OpenHAB 2.5 to OpenHAB 3 migration.

In this video let's see the integration of speedtest.net in OpenHAB 3, running it at regular intervals and view the results on our sitemap.

We will also make the results persistent on influxdb in order to analyze the historical trend.

The binding used is not registered in the official OpenHAB ones but it is a community binding, written by the github user bigbasec (thanks !!!!).

I found it by following a post on the official openhab forum (see link below).

This video does not presume to be a tutorial, but simply a step by step of what has been done to achieve the goal. I hope that it will help someone.

Bigbasec Github page: https://github.com/bigbasec/openhab-addons

Post on OpenHAB forum: https://community.openhab.org/t/oh3-new-binding-speedtest/114242/133

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Home Automation System - OpenHAB 3 Migration - 44. Tasmota Buttons Multipress

17/02/2022

Forty-fourth chapter related to my OpenHAB 2.5 to OpenHAB 3 migration.

In this video let's see the multipress feature of Tasmota firmware to use the physical buttons connected, in my case, to the sonoffs, obviously updated with Tasmota firmware.

Using the Tasmota Multipress feature I configure the switching on of a SMART Yeelight bulb by double pressing a wall button connected to a sonoff that does not manage the Yeelight bulb directly.

In this way I can manage the switching on and off of a light bulb that has no buttons connected and that I have always and only controlled via app and with voice commands

This video does not presume to be a tutorial, but simply a step by step of what has been done to achieve the goal. I hope that it will help someone.

TASMOTA FIRMWARE: https://tasmota.github.io/docs

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