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Philips Hue

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Feb 2018
1:30pm, 15 Feb 2018
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GlennR
~faints~
Feb 2018
2:02pm, 15 Feb 2018
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FergusG
Greg - the wiring is as follows:

- Light Modules receive their instructions in the form of X10 signals sent over the power line.
- CM15Pro sends these X10 signals (it's plugged into the mains).
- CM15Pro takes instructions from the Raspberry Pi (they're connected together by USB).
- Raspberry Pi is connected to my Wi-Fi, but it's not exposed to the outside world!

I am indeed a nerd....

When I hit the 'Play Movies' button on my ancient TSU9600 (https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/TSU9600_05/) it does the following:

IR: Turn amplifier on, and to correct source.
IR: Turn TV on, and to correct source.
HTTP: Turn Media Player on, and jump to Movies List.
HTTP: Tell Raspberry Pi to dim the lights.
Feb 2018
2:27pm, 15 Feb 2018
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GregP
Nice :)
Feb 2018
2:54pm, 15 Feb 2018
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Jambomo
Is this the thread to talk about the hackers who boiled somebody’s internet connected kettle so often that it blew up?
Feb 2018
2:57pm, 15 Feb 2018
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GlennR
I can't think of a better one.
Feb 2018
2:59pm, 15 Feb 2018
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GregP
Yes it is. It's probably the closest thing we have to and Eye Yacht Tea thread.
Feb 2018
4:52pm, 15 Feb 2018
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Fragile Do Not Bend
Don’t leave the landing light on as you might end up with a plane in your bedroom.

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