Simple Python lib for the ISY home automation controller
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ISYlib-python

by: Peter Shipley

Simple Python lib for the ISY home automation netapp Supporting a Simple and OO interface

The Goal / design concept is to provide a fast and simple to use interface supporting both object oriented and procedural methods

Also Supports real time cache updating by optionally running a sub-thread subscribing to event stream )

Note: This Lib has grown to the point it needs to be restructured / split up


This is a work in progress ( so expect new features )

see /bin for more examples

nodes, programs and iay vars can be controlled via objects or call methods.

Get and print the status for the node called "Garage Light"

import ISY
myisy = ISY.Isy(addr="admin", userp="admin, userl="isy")

garage_light = myisy.get_node("Garage Light")

print "Node {:} is {:}".format(garage_light.name, garage_light.formatted)

Get an object that represents the node called "Garage Light" and turn it off if it is on

import ISY
myisy = ISY.Isy()

garage_light = myisy.get_node("Garage Light")
if garage_light :
    garage_light.off()

Alternately you can obtain a Node's object by indexing a Isy obj my the node name or address

import ISY
myisy = ISY.Isy()
myisy["16 3F E5 1"].off()

or myisy["Garage Light"].off()

on 50% :

garage_light = myisy["Garage Light"]
garage_light.on(128)

or without node device objs

myisy.node_comm("Garage Light", "on", 128)

list all nodes and scenes and their status :

pfmt = "{:<22} {:>12}\t{:<12}{!s:<12}"
print(pfmt.format("Node Name", "Address", "Status", "Enabled"))
print(pfmt.format("---------", "-------", "------", "------"))
for nod in isy :
    if nod.objtype == "scene" :
        print(pfmt.format(nod.name, nod.address, "-", "-", ))
    else :
        print(pfmt.format(nod.name, nod.address, nod.formatted, nod.enabled, ))

Callbacks can be set up as easy as

def mycall(*args):
    print "mycall called: "
    for i in args :
        print "arg : ", type(i), i

myisy = ISY.Isy(addr="10.1.1.3", eventupdates=1)
myisy.callback_set("Garage Light", mycall, "my extra args")

or

garage_light = myisy["Garage Light"]
garage_light.set_callback(mycall, "my extra args")

or if your not passing extra arguments you can just :

garage_light = myisy["Garage Light"]
garage_light.set_callback = mycall

Callback will be call for all events relating to the node it is registared to

Callbacks are executed as a part of the event subthread

see also : http://www.universal-devices.com/residential/ and/or http://wiki.universal-devices.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

NOTE: This Libaray is not written by or supported by universal devices

ISYlib-python Documentation

[This needs to be updated]

  • Using_Isy_Class This is the main class that used to represent the ISY device iitself

  • Using_IsyNode_Class This class is used to represent and control individual Nodes ( aka: sensors and light switches )

  • Using_IsyVar_Class This class is used to represent varabibles internal to the ISY

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