If so the granularity is fairly course but a node can then have "points" etc and monitor/control a lot of things. But is there provision for a node that say just monitors a single switch?
Hi Dario, we met on the italian home automation forum
I'm studying your approach to home automation, I decided to use some arduino UNO (4, maybe 5) to control some sensors/actuators (about 30, I would say) connected via Ethernet, and it seems I could use souliss, is this correct?
I made some tests on my own in writing a really small and stupid home automation 'framework', to excange state message and commands between nodes: it was almost working, but I had serious RAM issues: as I tried to debug with Serial.print commands, everything got messed up (RAM exausted, I believe) with strange outputs and/or Arduino reboots.How do you cope with Arduino's small RAM? Did you have to face memory issues? How much RAM does Souliss use? Thank you
I'm an experienced java developer, but my C++ is rusty and I'm an hardware noob. Do you think I could contribute to Souliss if I decided for this library? I'm already registered on sourceforge ...