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  • enigmatheatre
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    I am working on it with another user but there is a bug causing various problems I need to hunt down. I hope to have it out soon.

    Grieg.

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  • feman
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    When will the next build be available?

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  • enigmatheatre
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    FYI This should be fixed in the next build.

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  • Mike Johnson
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    I've had a similar experience with the output control. The following quote of mine is from another thread I started when trying to get the plugin up and running - https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/an...being-detected

    ...However, the one anomaly that still exists is the output commands still function when the plugin is 'Disconnected'. The input pins do not work, as I would expect, but the output function doesn't seem to care whether is 'Connected' or not, I can still change the output state from Homeseer. This is not a problem for my current usage, but I would consider it unexpected behavior. I would think that if the plugin is disconnected, all communication to the Uno would cease.
    Mike

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  • Horse
    started a topic Disconnected - But still Connected

    Disconnected - But still Connected

    I was testing the "Alive" function and disconnected my Ethernet attached board using the plugin page.
    Device status now shows disconnected, however the LED on the Alive pin did not go out.
    I have a number of Outputs controlling relays and they all still can be controlled..
    It seems the Disconnect function is not actually closing the connection to the board.

    Auto Connect unchecked.
    Arduino Uno with SunPower Ethernet shield
    Plugin 1.0.0.148
    Sketch 1.0.0.145

    Also tried this on a USB attached Arduino Uno and when disconnected on the plugin page I cannot control the output. (good)
    The debug log gives me a warning that the Com port is not open. (expected)
    Waited for 180 seconds, which seems to be twice as long as the values in the sketch and still my LED does not turn off.

    Am I misunderstanding something?
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