TP-Link HS110

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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 07, 2019 21:17

Hi All

badidea , the computer on which this will run is a Beaglebone Black.
I have made a cape to fit on it which has 8 inputs and 20 1 amp outputs (O/P)
So perhaps that is where the O/P came from.

The reason the Enter key does that is that the Quit command = 0 and pressing Enter basically means 0.

Whole heartedly agree on the comments, but I usually leave them untill I am happy with the way it works.
If you were to see some of my gui projects, you would think the comments were excessive.

I have been doing a bit more to overcome the "pipe" problems.
The macscan.sh script works if you want to use it seperately, but it takes to long for my liking.
So, came up with this sofar using a script.

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#!/bin/sh
arp-scan -l -I $(ls /sys/class/net | grep -o "wl[^\t]\+")
That is then filtered by this very rough code to see if it is quicker and it is.(Typically 1.5 Sec)

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Sub mac2ip
    With NetDevice(Control.Device)
        Dim as Integer Cnt0 = Instr(.RxData,"responded")
        Dim as Integer NbrOfIP = Val(Mid(.RxData,Cnt0 - 3,3))
        Print NbrOfIP;" responded"

        Dim as Integer Cnt1 = Instr(.RxData,"192.168.0.1")          'find router
        Dim as String ip1 = Mid(.RxData,Cnt1,11)                    'extract it
        .RxData = Mid(.RxData,Cnt1 + 11,Len(.RxData)- Cnt1 + 11)    'shorten the string
        Print "Stripped ip1 ", ip1                                     'show ip 1 found
        Dim as Integer Cnt2  = Instr(.RxData,":")                   'look for first mac
        Dim as String mac1 = Mid(.RxData,Cnt2-2,17)                 'strip first mac found
        Print "Stripped mac1 ";mac1                                   'show mac 1 found
        Print
        .RxData = Mid(.RxData,Cnt2 + 15,Len(.RxData)- Cnt2 + 15)    'shorten the string
        Print
       
        Cnt1 = Instr(.RxData,"192.168.0.")          'find router
        Cnt2 = Instr(.RxData,":")                   'look for first mac
        Dim as String ip2   = Mid(.RxData,Cnt1,Cnt2 -2 -Cnt1)        'extract it
        Dim as String mac2  = Mid(.RxData,Cnt2-2,17)                'strip first mac found
        .RxData = Mid(.RxData,Cnt2 + 15,Len(.RxData)- Cnt2 + 15)    'shorten the string
        Print "Stripped ip2 ", ip2                                     'show ip 2 found
        Print "Stripped mac2 ";mac2                                   'show mac 2 found
        Print
    End With
End Sub
I have to write it to loop for the number that responded. Then will look in the Addresses.txt to see if I have collected a new one
and if I have find the first blank line and fill it in.(That will take a few days at the moment)

If you have time , it may be worth checking the V Gain and I gain.
I brought my multimeter home today, but I dont have a known load, so will have to experiment and measure.
For sure the Voltage is wrong (126V) , but that could be because I have a AU device and not a US one.

Regards
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 07, 2019 21:38

I get: {"emeter":{"get_vgain_igain":{"vgain":13264,"igain":17006,"err_code":0}}}
Not sure what those numbers mean, but last time with the 100 W lightbulb, values looked ok.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity wrote:In North America, the most common combination is 120 V and a frequency of 60 Hz

So 126 V could be right I think. The mains voltage can deviate a lot. Depends on supply, load and location.

I did some tests, results:

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No load

U [V] : 240.578
I [A] : 0.022
P [W] : 0.000
Power factor : 0.000

Cncandescent light bulb (rated: 100 W, 230 V)

U [V] : 241.571
I [A] : 0.454
P [W] : 109.743
Power factor : 1.001

Computer monitor (ASUS 24-inch)

U [V] : 240.204
I [A] : 0.108
P [W] : 12.531
Power factor : 0.483

Water boiler (Philips rated 2000 - 2400 W)

U [V] : 237.661
I [A] : 9.683
P [W] : 2301.261
Power factor : 1.000

Extractor fan (rated: 68 W, 900 m3/h)

U [V] : 240.772
I [A] : 0.543
P [W] : 72.602
Power factor : 0.555

The voltage clearly dropped with the water boiler. Which can be expected with that load.

My (cheap) multimeter reports 238.9 V (ac). But measured somewhat later.

My code is now multiple files. More difficult to post. Printing part:

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case E_CMD_GET_IV_NOW
   dim as single voltage = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "voltage_mv") ) * 1e-3
   print "U [V] : " & format(voltage, "0.000")
   dim as single current = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "current_ma")) * 1e-3
   print "I [A] : " & format(current, "0.000")
   dim as single power = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "power_mw")) * 1e-3
   print "P [W] : " & format(power, "0.000")
   dim as single cos_phi = power / (voltage * current)
   print "Power factor : " & format(cos_phi, "0.000")

Used this code viewtopic.php?f=3&t=27899&p=264834#p264883 for the getJsonValue().
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 08, 2019 23:26

A power logger. Logs to file, in tab separated format.
LibreOffice Calc refuses to understand the time format.
But if that works, some nice plots can be made this way.
Todo: Direct visual graph display of data.
Current issue: Programs ends on connection loss.

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#include "string.bi"
#include "vbcompat.bi"
#include once "SNC/snc.bi"
'#include once "json_parse.bas"

const as string ServerIP = "HS110-1" '"192.168.0.1"
const as ushort ServerPort = 9999
const EXIT_OK = 0, EXIT_NOK = 1 'Not Ok
const as string KEY_ESC = chr(27)
const as string LOG_FILE = "power_log.txt"

'--------------------------------- json parse-----------------------------------

const DQ = chr(34) 'double quote
const SQ = "'" 'single quote

function getJsonValue(jsonStr as string, key_ as string) as string
   dim as string key = !"\"" + key_ + !"\""
   dim as integer keyPos = instr(jsonStr, key)
   if keyPos = 0 then return "FAIL_NO_KEY" 'key not found
   dim as integer jsonStrLen = len(jsonStr)
   dim as integer cursor = keyPos + len(key) - 1
   dim as integer startPos, endPos '0 is first char
   'skip spaces
   while 1
      if cursor >= jsonStrLen then return "FAIL_END_SPC1"
      if jsonStr[cursor] <> asc(" ")  then exit while
      cursor += 1
   wend
   'check for colon
   if jsonStr[cursor] = asc(":") then
      cursor += 1
   else
      return "FAIL_NO_COLON"
   end if
   'skip spaces again
   while 1
      if cursor >= jsonStrLen then return "FAIL_END_SPC2"
      if jsonStr[cursor] <> asc(" ")  then exit while
      cursor += 1
   wend
   'check if char: [, {, ", number
   select case jsonStr[cursor]
      case asc("[")
         return "FAIL_IS_ARRAY"
      case asc("{")
         return "FAIL_IS_OBJECT"
      case asc(DQ)
         cursor += 1 'skip '"'
         startPos = cursor
         while 1
            if cursor >= jsonStrLen then return "FAIL_END_DQ"
            if jsonStr[cursor] = asc(DQ) then exit while
            cursor += 1
         wend
         endPos = cursor
      case asc("0") to asc("9"), asc("+"), asc("-")
         startPos = cursor 'include this last one in return value
         cursor += 1
         while 1
            if cursor >= jsonStrLen then return "FAIL_END_NUM"
            if jsonStr[cursor] < asc("0") or jsonStr[cursor] > asc("9") then exit while
            cursor += 1
         wend
         endPos = cursor
      case else
         return "FAIL_NO_SELECT"
   end select
   return mid(jsonStr, startPos + 1, endPos - startPos)
end function

function jsonKeyValue(jsonStr as string, key as string) as string
   return key + " : " + getJsonValue(jsonStr, key)
end function

'--------------------------------- Functions -----------------------------------

function encrypt(byref cmd as string) as string
   if len(cmd) > 0 then
      dim as ubyte key = 171 'same as -85
      for i as integer = 0 to len(cmd) - 1
         dim as ubyte a = key xor cmd[i]
         key = a
         cmd[i] = a
      next
   end if
   return cmd
end function

function decrypt(byref cmd as string) as string
   if len(cmd) > 0 then
      dim as ubyte key = 171 'same as -85
      for i as integer = 0 to len(cmd) - 1
         dim as ubyte a = key xor cmd[i]
         key = cmd[i]
         cmd[i] = a
      next
   end if
   return cmd
end function

'Prepend 4-byte length to string (max len = 255)
function TxLenStr(cmdStr as string ) as string
   return chr(0, 0, 0, len(cmdStr)) & cmdStr
end function

'Text -> "Text"
function quote(str1 as string) as string
   const DQ = chr(34)
   return DQ + str1 + DQ
end function

enum E_CMD
   E_CMD_OFF 'Turn Device Relay Off
   E_CMD_ON 'Turn Device Relay On
   E_CMD_INFO 'Get Device Info
   E_CMD_GET_TIME 'Get device date/time
   E_CMD_GET_TZONE 'Get device time zone
   E_CMD_SET_TZONE 'Set device time zone & date/time
   E_CMD_SET_AP 'Connect to AP with given SSID and Password
   E_CMD_SET_ALIAS 'Set Device Alias
   E_CMD_GET_IV_GAIN 'Get EMeter VGain and IGain Settings
   E_CMD_GET_IV_NOW 'Get Realtime Current and Voltage Reading
end enum

function generateCmdStr(iCmd as E_CMD) as string
   dim as string cmdStr
   select case iCmd
      case E_CMD_OFF
         cmdStr = !"{\"system\":{\"set_relay_state\":{\"state\":0}}}"
      case E_CMD_ON
         cmdStr = !"{\"system\":{\"set_relay_state\":{\"state\":1}}}"
      case E_CMD_INFO
         cmdStr = !"{\"system\":{\"get_sysinfo\":null}}"
      case E_CMD_GET_TIME
         cmdStr = !"{\"time\":{\"get_time\":null}}"
      case E_CMD_GET_TZONE
         cmdStr = !"{\"time\":{\"get_timezone\":null}}"
      case E_CMD_SET_TZONE
         '~ Dim as String Year  = Right(Date,4)
         '~ Dim as String Month = Left(Date,2)
         '~ Dim as String Day   = Mid(Date,4,2)
         '~ Dim as String Hour  = Left(Time,2)
         '~ Dim as String Min   = Mid(Time,4,2)
         '~ Dim as String Sec   = Right(Time,2)
         '~ 'Dim as String TZ = "00" 'Unknown
         '~ '{"time":{"set_timezone":{"year":2016,"month":1,"mday":1,"hour":10,"min":10,"sec":10,"index":42}}}
         '~ cmdStr = !"{\"time\":{\"set_timezone\":{\"year\":YYYY,\"month\":MM,\"mday\":DD,\"hour\":0,\"min\":mm,\"sec\":ss,\"index\":0}}}"
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "YYYY")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 4) = Year
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "MM")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = Month
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "DD")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = Day
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "hh")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = Hour
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "mm")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = Min
         '~ Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "ss")
         '~ Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = Sec
         '~ 'Cnt = Instr(cmdStr, "TZ")
         '~ 'Mid(cmdStr, Cnt, 2) = TZ
      case E_CMD_SET_AP
         '~ dim as string ssid, password
         '~ input "AP ssid: "; ssid
         '~ input "password: "; password
         '~ const KEY_WPA2 = 3
         '~ cmdStr  = !"{\"netif\":{\"set_stainfo\":{\"ssid\":" & quote(ssid)
         '~ cmdStr &= !",\"password\":" & quote(password)
         '~ cmdStr &= !",\"key_type\":" & KEY_WPA2
         '~ cmdStr &= !"}}}"
      case E_CMD_SET_ALIAS
         cmdStr = !"{\"system\":{\"set_dev_alias\":{\"alias\":\"StupidPlug\"}}}"
      case E_CMD_GET_IV_GAIN
         cmdStr = !"{\"emeter\":{\"get_vgain_igain\":{}}}"
      case E_CMD_GET_IV_NOW
         cmdStr = !"{\"emeter\":{\"get_realtime\":{}}}"
      case else
         print "Invalid option" : end
   end select
   return cmdStr
end function

type powerData_type
   dim as single voltage
   dim as single current
   dim as single power
   dim as single cos_phi
end type

'extract data from json string
function getPowerData(RxData as string) as powerData_type
   dim as powerData_type tempData
   with tempData
      .voltage = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "voltage_mv") ) * 1e-3
      .current = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "current_ma")) * 1e-3
      .power = val(getJsonValue(RxData, "power_mw")) * 1e-3
      .cos_phi = .power / (.voltage * .current)
   end with
   return tempData
end function

'display values on screen
sub printPowerData(powerData as powerData_type)
   print "U [V]:", format(powerData.voltage, "0.000"),
   print "I [A]:", format(powerData.current, "0.000"),
   print "P [W]:", format(powerData.power, "0.000"),
   print "Power factor:", format(powerData.cos_phi, "0.000")
end sub

'write values to file in append mode
function writePowerData(fileName as string, powerData as powerData_type) as integer
   dim as integer fileNum = freefile()
   dim as string outputStr
   dim as integer writeHeader = iif(fileexists(fileName), 0, 1)
   if open(fileName, for append, as fileNum) = 0 then
      if writeHeader then
         print "New file created: " & fileName
         print #fileNum, !"Time [hh:mm:ss]\tU [V]\tI [A]\tP [W]\tPower factor"
      end if
      outputStr  = time & !"\t"
      outputStr &= format(powerData.voltage, "0.000") & !"\t"
      outputStr &= format(powerData.current, "0.000") & !"\t"
      outputStr &= format(powerData.power, "0.000") & !"\t"
      outputStr &= format(powerData.cos_phi, "0.000")
      print #fileNum, outputStr
      close(fileNum)
   else
      return -1 'NOK
   end if
   return 0 'OK
end function

'----------------------------------- Main --------------------------------------

dim as E_CMD iCmd 'enum type
dim as string RxData, TxData, cmdStr
dim as double tEnd, tLoopWait, logInterval = 5
dim as zstring ptr pBuffer
dim as integer nBytes, quit = 0

dim as networkClient client = NetworkClient(ServerIP, ServerPort)
dim as networkConnection ptr pConnection = client.GetConnection()

iCmd = E_CMD_GET_IV_NOW
cmdStr = generateCmdStr(iCmd)
TxData = TxLenStr(encrypt(cmdStr))

print "Program started. Logs to file every " &  logInterval & " seconds"
while quit = 0
   tLoopWait = timer + logInterval

   'print "wait for allow sending data"
   tEnd = timer + 3.0
   while pConnection->CanPut() <> 1
      sleep 1
      if timer > tEnd then print "CanPut() timeout" : end(EXIT_NOK)
   wend

   'print "send data"
   if pConnection->PutData(strptr(TxData), len(TxData)) <= 0 then
      print "PutData() fail, LastError: " & pConnection->GetLastError
      end(EXIT_NOK)
   end if

   'print "wait for incomming data"
   tEnd = timer + 3.0
   while pConnection->CanGet() <> 1
      sleep 1
      if timer > tEnd then print "CanGet() timeout" : end(EXIT_NOK)
   wend

   'print "receive data"
   nBytes = pConnection->GetData(pBuffer, 1024, 1)
   if nBytes <= 0 then
      print "GetData() fail, LastError: " & pConnection->GetLastError
      end(EXIT_NOK)
   end if

   if nBytes > 4 then
      RxData = mid(*cast(zstring ptr, pBuffer + 4), 1, nBytes - 4)
      'RxData = *cast(zstring ptr, pBuffer + 4)
      decrypt(RxData)

      'check for set error field
      if getJsonValue(RxData, "err_code") = "0" then
         if iCmd = E_CMD_GET_IV_NOW then
            dim as powerData_type powerData = getPowerData(RxData)
            if writePowerData(LOG_FILE, powerData) <> 0 then
               print "Error: writePowerData()"
            end if
            printPowerData(powerData)
         else
            print RxData
         end if
      else
         print "RxData Error"
         print RxData : end(EXIT_NOK)
      endif
   else
      print "TxData Error"
      print RxData : end(EXIT_NOK)
   end if

   while timer < tLoopWait
      if inkey = KEY_ESC then quit = 1 : exit while
      sleep 1
   wend
wend

'free the buffer (allocated by snc.bi)
deallocate pBuffer
end(EXIT_OK)
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 09, 2019 2:05

Hi All

Looks good, will try it and report back.
I need confirmation from your HS110 as to the network name when it has been reset to Factory default.
Mine comes up as :"TP-LINK_Smart Plug_B83C"
This works , but will be no good if every HS110 has a different name.
Note the space in the name.

I am trying to add automatic Wifi detection to the program by this method so no program exit is needed.
Although I could look for any wifi with the word ":"TP-LINK_Smart Plug"

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    Dim as String s , Chrs
    Dim as Long PF = FreeFile
    Open pipe "nmcli dev wifi" For Input As #PF     'prints out all wifi's found
    Do Until Eof(PF)
        Line Input #PF, Chrs
        s += Chrs
    Loop
    Close #PF
    Print s
    If Instr(s,"TP-LINK_Smart Plug_B83C") > 0 Then  'if the Plug is found
        Print "Found it"
        s = ""                                      'need double quotes to hide space in name.
        Open pipe "nmcli dev wifi connect " + Chr(34) + "TP-LINK_Smart Plug_B83C" + Chr(34) + " password 0" For Input as #PF
        Do Until Eof(PF)
            Line Input #PF, Chrs                    'get reply in
            s += Chrs
        Loop
        Close #PF
        Print s       
        Print "Done"
    EndIf
    Sleep
End

Regards

EDIT:Tested your logger and works ok. But to do a decent load I need to get a converter from Australian Plug to US Socket.
I have only been using it with my AU Laptop power supply. Will see if I can get one here or else a wiring job.
EDIT: Get it on Friday + bought a US version of the HS110.
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 0:59

Hi All

Surprise when I bought the us version of the HS110.
The get_sysinfo command produces the output in a completely different order.
The Australian HS110

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.Cmnd            = get_sysinfo
.SubCmnd         = sw_ver=1.5.5 Build 181225 Rel.102720
.HwVer           = 2.0
.Type            = IOT.SMARTPLUGSWITCH
.Model           = HS110(AU)
.MAC             = B0:BE:76:C1:B8:3C
.DevName         = Smart Wi-Fi Plug With Energy Monitoring
.Alias           = TP-LINK_Smart Plug_B83C
.RelayState      = 0
.OnTime          = 0
.ActiveMode      = none
.Feature         = TIM:ENE
.Updating        = 0
.IconHash        =
.Rssi            = -33
.LedOff          = 0
.Longitude       = 0
.Latitude        = 0
.HwId            = A28C8BB92AFCB6CAFB83A8C00145F7E2
.FwId            = 00000000000000000000000000000000
.DeviceId        = 80061922201888E1FBE72378A55A2C581ADF3EAA
.OemId           = 6480C2101948463DC65D7009CAECDECC
.NextAction      = type=-1
.ErrCode         = 0
The US version of the HS110

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.Cmnd            = get_sysinfo
.SubCmnd         = err_code=0
.HwVer           = 1.1.1 Build 160725 Rel.164033
.Type            = 1.0
.Model           = IOT.SMARTPLUGSWITCH
.MAC             = HS110(US)
.DevName         = 68:FF:7B:B8:79:89
.Alias           = 800615E675E904C5E1ABA6AF646A0D611B7ACBB2
.RelayState      = 60FF6B258734EA6880E186F8C96DDC61
.OnTime          = 060BFEA28A8CD1E67146EB5B2B599CC8
.ActiveMode      = FFF22CFF774A0B89F7624BFC6F50D5DE
.Feature         = TP-LINK_Smart Plug_7989
.Updating        = Wi-Fi Smart Plug With Energy Monitoring
.IconHash        =
.Rssi            = 0
.LedOff          = 0
.Longitude       = none
.Latitude        = TIM:ENE
.HwId            = 0
.FwId            = -33
.DeviceId        = 0
.OemId           = 0
.NextAction      = 0=
.ErrCode         =
When you look at the software version and build you will see that the US version is much older.
Amazon's OLD stock ???

REgards
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 13, 2019 12:36

Dinosaur wrote:When you look at the software version and build you will see that the US version is much older.
Amazon's OLD stock ???

How does the RxData string look like? The parsing seems to go wrong.
Also, on Amazon I see several product reviews with burned devices. TP-link might have improved the hardware in later versions.
The official way to update the firmware is via the Kasa app, but it seems also possible in different ways when I search for 'tp link hs110 firmware update'. E.g.: https://web.archive.org/web/20170609052 ... q-949.html

Currently working on a data plotter:
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 13:47

Hi All

That display looks good, well done. And here I thought you lost interest. ;)

TP-Link does state that different regions have different firmware ??
I nearly bought another AU unit from Amazon Australia, but the model was an EU, is that what you have ?
My current one is an HS110(AU).
Have updated the US version to no avail, although I am not 100% sure if that program used the update included.
It said that it had downloaded the update. (Not possible as the Router is not connected to the Internet)

Interestingly, I can communicate with the AU version al day without an error, then I have failure after failure with the US version.
BUT, if I use the python script (the original) then it will communicate without problems.
Today I will write a very basic Tx/Rx (back to the start) and test each one again.

I read the feedback on the burned units, and be aware that the Chinese over rate everything they produce.
There is no way I would switch 12.5 Amps with it. Perhaps switch the plug ON, then switch the load ON.
But certainly not switch the load with the flimsy relay inside.

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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 13, 2019 15:49

Dinosaur wrote:I nearly bought another AU unit from Amazon Australia, but the model was an EU, is that what you have ?

On the back: Model: HS110(EU) Ver: 3.1
Also with a connector used in most of Europe (red & blue on this map: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schuko#/m ... _types.png)

Dinosaur wrote:I read the feedback on the burned units, and be aware that the Chinese over rate everything they produce.
There is no way I would switch 12.5 Amps with it. Perhaps switch the plug ON, then switch the load ON.

Yes, I see that people use this thing for everything: Electric car charging, Air conditioning units, etc.
This is what is inside: https://www.edn.com/design/consumer/445 ... automation (HS100)
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 16:49

Hi All

badidea, that's a good find.
I was already thinking about changing some of them for my own purpose and put a SSR in there.
I have a lot of experience with them.

The Australian HS110(EU) does have the correct socket, but the only other question is then,
Is this the start of your Rxdata when you call for sysinfo? This is US version

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{"system":{"get_sysinfo":{"err_code":0,
With the AU version the err_code is the last transmitted field.

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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 13, 2019 17:27

Dinosaur wrote:badidea, that's a good find.

Note that this is the HS100, without the energy measurement (I think).

Dinosaur wrote:I was already thinking about changing some of them for my own purpose and put a SSR in there.
I have a lot of experience with them.

The Omron relay should be fine as long as one does not start switching on highly capacitive loads or switching off highly inductive loads.

Dinosaur wrote:Is this the start of your Rxdata when you call for sysinfo?

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{"system":{"get_sysinfo":{"sw_ver":"1.5.4 Build 180815 Rel.121440","hw_ver":"2.0","type":"IOT.SMARTPLUGSWITCH","model":"HS110(EU)","mac":"68:FF:7B:80:40:DE","dev_name":"Smart Wi-Fi Plug With Energy Monitoring","alias":"StupidPlug","relay_state":1,"on_time":76,"active_mode":"none","feature":"TIM:ENE","updating":0,"icon_hash":"","rssi":33,"led_off":0,"longitude_i":0,"latitude_i":0,"hwId":"044A516EE63C875F9458DA25C2CCC5A0","fwId":"00000000000000000000000000000000","deviceId":"80061065B3D2BD6C2803CB3B3C8DB09C1B62B107","oemId":"1998A14DAA86E4E001FD7CAF42868B5E","next_action":{"type":-1},"err_code":0}}}

If you try my getJsonValue() posted abvove, then the order data should not matter.
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 19:21

Hi All

If you try my getJsonValue() posted abvove, then the order data should not matter.
Yep, that works well, thanks.
A couple of items don't appear to fill in.

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{"system":{"get_sysinfo":{"sw_ver":"1.5.5 Build 181225 Rel.102720","hw_ver":"2.0","type":"IOT.SMARTPLUGSWITCH","model":"HS110(AU)","mac":"B0:BE:76:C1:B8:3C","dev_name":"Smart Wi-Fi Plug With Energy Monitoring","alias":"HS110-1g","relay_state":0,"on_time":0,"active_mode":"none","feature":"TIM:ENE","updating":0,"icon_hash":"","rssi":-31,"led_off":0,"longitude_i":0,"latitude_i":0,"hwId":"A28C8BB92AFCB6CAFB83A8C00145F7E2","fwId":"00000000000000000000000000000000","deviceId":"80061922201888E1FBE72378A55A2C581ADF3EAA","oemId":"6480C2101948463DC65D7009CAECDECC","next_action":{"type":-1},"err_code":0}}}�   
PrintValues
AssignValue
.HwVer           = 2.0
.SwVer           = 1.5.5 Build 181225 Rel.102720
.DeviceId        = 80061922201888E1FBE72378A55A2C581ADF3EAA
.OemId           = 6480C2101948463DC65D7009CAECDECC
.HwId            = A28C8BB92AFCB6CAFB83A8C00145F7E2
.FwId            = 00000000000000000000000000000000
.Type            = IOT.SMARTPLUGSWITCH
.Model           = HS110(AU)
.MAC             = B0:BE:76:C1:B8:3C
.DevName         = FAIL_NO_KEY
.Alias           = HS110-1g
.RelayState      = 0
.OnTime          = 0
.ActiveMode      = none
.Feature         = TIM:ENE
.Updating        = 0
.IconHash        =
.Rssi            = -31
.LedOff          = 0
.Longitude       = FAIL_NO_KEY
.Latitude        = FAIL_NO_KEY
.NextAction      = FAIL_IS_OBJECT
.ErrCode         = 0
The code

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        .HwVer           = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "hw_ver")
        .SwVer           = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "sw_ver")
        .DeviceId        = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "deviceId")
        .OemId           = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "oemId")
        .HwId            = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "hwId")
        .FwId            = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "fwId")

        .Types           = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "type")
        .Model           = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "model")
        .MAC             = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "mac")
        .DevName         = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "device_name")
        .Aliaas          = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "alias")
        .RelayState      = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "relay_state")
        .OnTime          = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "on_time")
        .ActiveMode      = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "active_mode")
        .Feature         = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "feature")
        .Updating        = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "updating")
        .IconHash        = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "icon_hash")
        .Rssi            = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "rssi")
        .LedOff          = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "led_off")
        .Longitude       = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "longitude")
        .Latitude        = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "latitude")
        .NextAction      = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "next_action")
        .ErrCode         = getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "err_code")

Found the issue with the unreliable comms.
I had broken up the TxRxData routine into steps, mainly because of concern for slow comms.
Leaving the connection open whilst "Pipe" was the biggest cause.

But, the times at the moment are like 35 mSec for a complete Tx, Rx.
Each time I change Device number, I have to create a new connection etc. anyway, so
now I have a small lean TxRxData routine that only opens a connection when I have something to send, then it completes it and closes.

I have automated the looking for and registering of new devices, but at this stage only by using a command.
Not automatically when the program starts.
When I have completed that I will post the code.

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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 13, 2019 20:43

Dinosaur wrote:A couple of items don't appear to fill in

I should make the routine case-insensitive I see.
No some other issue. In your code:
device_name --> dev_name
longitude --> longitude_i
latitude --> latitude_i

Those are the exact variable names here as well.

Dinosaur wrote:Each time I change Device number, I have to create a new connection etc.

Why don't you keep all the connections open?

I the mean time, I have been tweaking SNC further for shorter timeout on connection setup.
See: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=23421&start=60#p265119
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 21:03

Hi All

I thought I checked case carefully, but 1 for sure is not a case problem.It is a stupid mis reading error.
From .RxData

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,"dev_name":"Smart Wi-Fi Plug With Energy Monitoring",
I am checking for

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getJsonValue(NetDevice(Control.Device).RxData, "device_name")
device_name should be dev_name.
Why don't you keep all the connections open?
I had never even contemplated that. Will test that though.

You may recall my AU device is 240vac and 50 Hz and I have it running on 120vac & 60 Hz.
The US model takes 50 mSec to do Command 6.
The AU model takes 2110 mSec.???

I will update the software in them, but have to make sure the link you provided updates all regions.

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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby badidea » Oct 13, 2019 21:15

Dinosaur wrote:device_name should be dev_name.

Yes, post above updated.

Also note that you still have the 4-byte garbage in your RxData "� "

Dinosaur wrote:The AU model takes 2110 mSec.???

Sounds like the SNC issue again. Check with the python code.

Dinosaur wrote:I will update the software in them, but have to make sure the link you provided updates all regions.

It is an old link. TP-link removed it from their website, so don't trust it too much.
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Re: TP-Link HS110

Postby Dinosaur » Oct 13, 2019 21:25

Hi All

The US version has "longitude" and "latitude"
The AU version has "next_action" which reports FAIL_IS_OBJECT
The data is ,"next_action":{"type":-1},

Have you completely updated the snc.bi ?

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