[Ovmsdev] Fireplace app
dexter at expeedo.de
Mon Dec 28 18:15:29 HKT 2020
TL;DR: simply add the command to execute after the "7," intro, e.g.
The SendCommand API was built around the V2 message protocol, so you
need to send commands as MP commands, see
https://docs.openvehicles.com/en/latest/protocol_v2/commands.html for a
list. MP command code 7 passes standard text (former SMS) commands to
the shell, that's what the Wiki example shows (for V2 command "STAT?").
You can get the command response by listening to the CommandResult
intent and reading the "cmd_data" extra. Be aware all command result
will be sent as intents, so you need to check if a result matches your
command (could possibly be improved if needed).
Am 28.12.20 um 10:34 schrieb Chris van der Meijden:
> I'm writing a little Android app with Cordova to do something similar
> as Tesla's "Romance mode". The app will turn climate control on or off
> and will show a burning log fire while the car is heating.
> When you click or tap on the fireplace the countdown for turning
> "climatecontrol" on ticks down for 17 seconds. After that the fire
> starts "moving" and on webkit browsers you will hear a tickling sound.
> When you click or tap again the tickling will stop and you will get a
> static image again. You will also get a red bar for 10 seconds, turning
> "climatecontrol" off and blocking any new commands for those 10
> When you click or tap on the yellow bar you will be able to store your
> OVMS credentials (vehicle ID and password). Cave: this is done in plain
> text with window.localstorage so the password will be plain readable
> from the local storage within the browser on your device.
> The credentials are needed to communicate with the Android OVMS app, as
> I am planning to use the "SendCommand Broadcast Intent data"
> functionality of the OVMS app. I should be able to do that via this
> cordova plugin:
> I read the OVMS "SendCommand Broadcast Intent data" documentation here:
> but it is not clear to me, how I can initiate the "climatecontrol on"
> shell command over the broadcast. So would like to ask for help on that
> Once the app is up and running it should be usable for any vehicle with
> OVMS climate control implemented.
> Just a little gimmick. But fun :-))
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