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Home automation / Re: inovelli 2 Channel Outdoor Smart Plug Works
« Last post by mparadis on April 19, 2018, 01:28:18 pm »
I haven't picked up any yet because I have been working on other projects and putting some new HA off for a bit. But I have spoken with the founder and he seems like a good guy,
Home automation / Re: inovelli 2 Channel Outdoor Smart Plug Works
« Last post by fillibar on April 19, 2018, 08:10:35 am »
The outdoor one works well, both outlets can be controlled just fine. I had a couple emails with the Founder and he said that they would update the website to get Almond on the fully supported list for this and the indoor version. I also asked about the switches (I really need an additional dimming switch) but as you said they have been OoS for a bit. He said they should be coming in a few weeks. Patience is not one of my virtues, but I am hoping it is not much longer.
Home automation / Re: inovelli 2 Channel Outdoor Smart Plug Works
« Last post by Kinggovernator on April 19, 2018, 03:25:05 am »
I bought one of the rocker switches 2-3 months ago and installed it in a three way setting. It paired easily and works flawlessly. Instantly updates status as well. Very pleased w it. Note this wasnít the scene capable  one, I am curious as to see if the scene one would work. Maybe act like a click? I may look into getting one soon as there site says stocks should be replenishing soon, been out for sometime. Was interested w the dual indoor plug as well but they have it as not compatible? You would think it would act like the outdoor module?
Here is another forum on this issue, found two so far. An this is most def not a iOS issue, I have a mixed household and see on mutiple devices. Further the help desk doesn't seem to understand the problem. I am going to try the 40 hrtz next time is acts up.

Almond+ / Re: 5 GHz network not working on iOS device
« Last post by PaulRedBeardedOne on April 18, 2018, 09:57:59 am »
Though my household is not a pure IOS house, I see this occur. Your support desk doesn't seem to be aware of the issue. When I get home I will confirm firmware version.
iOS app / Home Automation control of WiFi based IoT hardware
« Last post by FreedomKeepsMe on April 17, 2018, 01:09:57 am »
If Securifi added the ability to manage WiFi based home automation devices it would be the network device I am constantly hoping to find in my search for a router to replace my Almond+.  I have come close to buying a Samsung smart things enabled wireless AC router, but I remain hesitant because it lacks a touch display.

I didnít buy the Almond+ out of a need for hand holding to setup WiFi in my home. I bought it because controlling a home and itís devices is made sexy by a wall mounted kiosk.  Either Samsung will figure out how to put a display into their smart things routers or Securify will get smart and capture the market for home automation by unifying their existing routers with broad support to control IP based devices.

I know that the first company to get all of this functioning in a sub $200 device will kill the competition, Securifi included.
Almond+ / Re: Anyone experiencing frequent WiFi drops
« Last post by alpjor on April 16, 2018, 08:48:48 pm »
I still have this same issue. the 5Ghz network will stop serving access to the internet while keeping my devices connected to Wifi. Rebooting the router only solves the issue for a few days or a few hours.
Almond+ / Re: Almond+ Firmware AP2-R093
« Last post by divpar on April 14, 2018, 11:05:28 am »
Random wifi disconnect. After reboot it will work fine for couple of days. Restored R092 firmware.
Almond 2015 / Re: Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor
« Last post by mjs on April 14, 2018, 07:04:58 am »
Any update on this issue? If not, is there a CLI command that I can run to change the device type to multi-purpose sensor? It would be nice to have these sensors supported.  Thanks!
Almond and Almond A1A / Re: Network Drive
« Last post by Ashok on April 12, 2018, 09:42:39 am »
@ xXMCharizardX_Xx,

Once you connect the USB hard drive to the Almond device, log in to the Web UI and enable the FTP then map the drive.

ftp://IP Address.
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