The first part of this guide focuses specifically on how to get Open HAB setup with a Raspberry Pi 2, but further on, the tutorials and advice can be applied to anywhere Open HAB is installed.
This guide covers three introductory topics, and one slightly more advanced.). Note that Open HAB will run on the original Raspberry Pi too, but there’s a known issue with slower processing and Z-Wave devices.
Open HAB is a mature, open source home automation platform that runs on a variety of hardware and is protocol agnostic, meaning it can connect to nearly any home automation hardware on the market today.
If you’ve been frustrated with the number of manufacturer specific apps you need to run just to control your lights, then I’ve got great news for you: Open HAB is the solution you’ve been looking for – it’s the most flexible smart home hub Unfortunately, it’s about as far as you can get from consumer friendly – but as ever, that’s where Make Use Of comes in: we’ll show you how to get up and running with the ultimate smart home system money needn’t buy (because Open HAB is 100% free – just supply the hardware).
If you’ve got your eye on the debug log file, you should see a flutter of activity as it notices the new bindings and whirs into action. A sitemap describes the user interface – not the actual devices on your network or sensors – just the interface to view them. To have a look at how this one has been created, open up the sitemaps/demo.sitemap file on the Open HAB Config share.
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You’ll find “Demo Setup” under the downloads section of Open
Once you’ve unzipped it, there’s two folders: addons and configurations.
It’s pretty daunting, but for the most part you’ll be copy pasting code fragments from examples elsewhere to create your own custom interface.