Added Relay Bank Control to Webiopi Pi

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Chi Ques

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Jul 15, 2019, 3:59:52 PM7/15/19
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 Hello Community,

I’d like to first start off that I struggle understanding how HTML, JSCRIPT and REST work so in no way I try to sell myself as a pro. For the most part I have been able to take the templates provided by http://webiopi.trouch.com and get them to work for what I need...until now.


I added a relay bank to my Webiopi system. My relay’s work great, they control what I need with the Rpi libraries. The problem is when I send a command to the Pi from a script outside of the webiopi script.py, the whole webiopi seems to loose the ‘link’ which updates the pin’s state.


From what I understand webiopi has a way to create functions in the script.py . My goal is to create an instruction which runs my ‘rf1OFF.py’ script for 2 seconds after 8pm.


  rf1OFF.py
import RPi.GPIO as GPIO

import time

relayPin
= 9

# Pin Setup:

GPIO
.setmode(GPIO.BCM) # Broadcom pin-numbering scheme

GPIO
.setup(relayPin, GPIO.OUT) # relay pin as output

GPIO
.output(relayPin, GPIO.LOW)

time
.sleep(2)

GPIO
.output(relayPin, GPIO.HIGH)

# GPIO.cleanup()
 


How do I add the above io control to to:

import webiopi
import datetime

GPIO = webiopi.GPIO

LIGHT = 17 # GPIO pin using BCM numbering

HOUR_ON  = 8  # Turn Light ON at 08:00
HOUR_OFF = 18 # Turn Light OFF at 18:00

# setup function is automatically called at WebIOPi startup
def setup():
    # set the GPIO used by the light to output
    GPIO.setFunction(LIGHT, GPIO.OUT)

    # retrieve current datetime
    now = datetime.datetime.now()

    # test if we are between ON time and tun the light ON
    if ((now.hour >= HOUR_ON) and (now.hour < HOUR_OFF)):
        GPIO.digitalWrite(LIGHT, GPIO.HIGH)

# loop function is repeatedly called by WebIOPi 
def loop():
    # retrieve current datetime
    now = datetime.datetime.now()

    # toggle light ON all days at the correct time
    if ((now.hour == HOUR_ON) and (now.minute == 0) and (now.second == 0)):
        if (GPIO.digitalRead(LIGHT) == GPIO.LOW):
            GPIO.digitalWrite(LIGHT, GPIO.HIGH)

    # toggle light OFF
    if ((now.hour == HOUR_OFF) and (now.minute == 0) and (now.second == 0)):
        if (GPIO.digitalRead(LIGHT) == GPIO.HIGH):
            GPIO.digitalWrite(LIGHT, GPIO.LOW)

    # gives CPU some time before looping again
    webiopi.sleep(1)

# destroy function is called at WebIOPi shutdown
def destroy():
    GPIO.digitalWrite(LIGHT, GPIO.LOW)


Chi Ques

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Jul 16, 2019, 8:20:31 PM7/16/19
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I figured it out. Using the @webiopi.macro to create a function does the trick.
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