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  • HAI Homeseer User list and support list

    I moved a post here: (please note that I am editing this post and it is not complete yet).

    Current Homeseer II users of the legacy HS2 HAI serial plugin.

    July 26, 2013

    Count: 32

    User List from reading a couple of threads here:

    1 - Pete
    2 - JLehnert
    3 - Bart1
    4 - IPITMan
    5 - Garciacg
    6 - anogee
    7 - mikecoffey
    8 - overst
    9 - Jayhawk
    10 - rpeck
    11 - wazoo
    12 - basshook
    13 - lamanmi
    14 - rirvine
    15 - iskok
    16 - rileydogmi
    17 - nightwalker
    18 - jgary
    19 - milll36
    20 - FryGuy
    21 - ctdeng0
    22 - pnord
    23 - mbreeden
    24 - Kiwi
    25 - Ray
    26 - Randy Russell
    27 - acromion
    28 - GlennWo
    29 - cowsr4eating
    30 - robilium
    31 - rmasonjr
    32 - ray
    Current list of folks that provided funding for the new HS3 plugin.

    Folks paid into development costs.

    Total commitment so far is $1818.15 on 17 September, 2013.

    1 - rmasonjr - Rob Mason $1204.00 - 08/06/2013
    2 - Pete - $125.00 - 08/01/2013
    3 - cowsr4eating Guy Patrick $121.70 - 08/05/2013
    4 - jgary - Gary Mull $125.00 - 08/08/2013
    5 - overst - Adrian Overstreet $242.45 - 09/17/2013
    ======================================
    Total $1818.15 - 09/17/2013

    1 - HAI-1105W - Dealer Access software
    2 - HAI-33A00-1 - HAI Omni Console
    3 - HAI-33A00-3 - HAI Console/Keypad flush mount
    4 - ELK-12120 - Elk Sealed lead acid battery, 12V, 12Ah
    =============================================
    Total = = = = = = > $294.02

    Balance=====> $1524.13

    HAI OPII Panel - $1079.00
    1 - HAI OPII board / can
    2 - 24VAC transformer
    3 - R31X jack
    4 - UPB PIM and cable
    5 - Owner Manual and installation manual, EOL resistors, keys
    6 - serial cable and RS-232 interface
    ======================$1079.00
    Balance ==============> $445.13

    UPS shipping of OmniProII to Rob. Shipped today 09/10/2013
    =============> $25.44

    Balance = = > $419.69

    TW-523 and Serial Cable $104.00 09/14/2013

    Balance = = > $315.69

    UPS Shipping of TW-523 to Rob
    ========> $6.00

    Balance ==> $309.69

    Current funding balance remaining $309.69

    Current Hardware being utilized for testing new plugin:

    1 - HAI-1105W - Dealer Access software
    2 - HAI-33A00-1 - HAI Omni Console
    3 - HAI-33A00-3 - HAI Console/Keypad flush mount
    4 - ELK-12120 - Elk Sealed lead acid battery, 12V, 12Ah
    5 - HAI OPII board / can
    6 - 24VAC transformer
    7 - R31X jack
    8 - UPB PIM and cable
    9 - Owner Manual and installation manual, EOL resistors, keys
    10 - serial cable and RS-232 interface
    11 - XTB - TW-523

    Note that Plugin works in HS3 Wintel and Linux and will also work autonomously in Wintel or Linux talking to HS3.

    Early on we spoke about a Raspberry Pi for contributors. The Pi would be just the plugin running in Linux talking to Homeseer 3.
    It would have to be configured to run talking to IP of HS3 server whatever they will be (Wintel or Linux).

    Funding balance would be: $309.69 / 3 (rob and I have plugin devices) for $103.23 per device.

    Will this work?

    Looking at an ARM device with case and maybe a quad core ARM CPU. We could have devices shipped here to me.

    I will configure an identical Linux build for each with plugin and instructions for IP configuration.

    Here are alternative Raspberry Pi devices. Not sure on the cost. These would have a base Linux / mono to run plugin.
    Entertaining the idea of putting the device inside of the OPII can being powered by HAI PS / battery backup.

    http://www.techshout.com/alternative...-alternatives/

    1 - Snowball - estimated price with case, power supply and SD card =

    2 - BeagleBone Black - estimated price with case, power supply and SD card =

    3 - Origen 4 - estimated price with case, power supply and SD card =

    4 - Odroid-X2

    5 - Arndale Board

    6 - Rikomagic Quad Core MK802IV

    7 - Cubox with Linux (not android).

    8 - Intel based small footprint PC (my preference) - bulk purchase (I would pay separately) - you could even run HS3 on this box in Linux or Wintel mode.
    Last edited by Pete; April 13th, 2014, 06:45 AM.
    - Pete

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    Another thing that could be done is to provide Rob Mason with an Omnistat 1000 / 2000.
    - Pete

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    Homeseer Zee2 (Lite) - 3.0.0.548 (Linux) - Ubuntu 18.04/W7e - CherryTrail x5-Z8350 BeeLink 4Gb BT3 Pro - Mono 6.8X
    HS4 pro - 4.0.3.0 - Ubuntu 18.04/W7e 64 bit Intel Kaby Lake CPU - 32Gb - Mono 6.8X

    X10, UPB, Zigbee, ZWave and Wifi MQTT automation. OmniPro 2, Russound zoned audio, Smartthings hub, Hubitat Hub, and Home Assistant

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