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Управление RGB контроллером на базе ESP8266

Эта статья о том, как управлять RGB контроллером на базе ESP8266.

Эта статья о том, как управлять RGB контроллером на базе ESP8266.

Ссылка на покупку и описание контроллреа https://connect.smartliving.ru/profile/1502/component1477.html

1) Первым делом необходимо подключился к приложению magic home и настроить его работу в вашей wifi сети.
2) Данный RGB может управляется вызовом питоновского скрипта без перепрошвки. Интеграция с MD добавлением скрипта и установкой python.
3) возможные команды описаны тут https://github.com/beville/flux_led/blob/master/README.md
И самое интересное - в родной программе можно ленту использовать как аналог Филипс эмбилайт. Там есть режимы светомузыка и т.д

4) на linux систему ставится питоновский скрипт https://github.com/beville/flux_led. Под windows не тестировался, но думаю при наличии pyton скрипт должен рабоать аналогичным образом.
Установка:
Вариант 1: Можно поставить приложение из репозитория как в примере

pip install flux_led
easy_install flux_led

почему-то такой вариант у меня работает только из консоли.

Вариант 2: (рекомендуемый и проверенный) создать файл /home/pi/flux_led.py и дать права на запуск
содержимое файла flux_led.py:

#!/usr/bin/env python

"""
This is a utility for controlling stand-alone Flux WiFi LED light bulbs.
The protocol was reverse-engineered by studying packet captures between a 
bulb and the controlling "Magic Home" mobile app.  The code here dealing 
with the network protocol is littered with magic numbers, and ain't so pretty.
But it does seem to work!
So far most of the functionality of the apps is available here via the CLI
and/or programmatically.
The classes in this project could very easily be used as an API, and incorporated into a GUI app written 
in PyQt, Kivy, or some other framework.
##### Available:
* Discovering bulbs on LAN
* Turning on/off bulb
* Get state information
* Setting "warm white" mode
* Setting single color mode
* Setting preset pattern mode
* Setting custom pattern mode
* Reading timers
* Setting timers

##### Some missing pieces:
* Initial administration to set up WiFi SSID and passphrase/key.
* Remote access administration
* Music-relating pulsing. This feature isn't so impressive on the Magic Home app, 
and looks like it might be a bit of work.

##### Cool feature:
* Specify colors with names or web hex values.  Requires that python "webcolors" 
package is installed.  (Easily done via pip, easy_install, or apt-get, etc.)
 See the following for valid color names: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp
"""
import socket
import time
import sys
import datetime
from optparse import OptionParser,OptionGroup
import ast
try:
    import webcolors
    webcolors_available = True
except:
    webcolors_available = False

class utils:
    @staticmethod
    def color_object_to_tuple(color):    
        global webcolors_available

        # see if it's already a color tuple
        if type(color) is tuple and len(color) == 3:
            return color

        # can't convert non-string
        if type(color) is not str:
            return None
        color = color.strip()

        if webcolors_available:
            # try to convert from an english name
            try:
                return webcolors.name_to_rgb(color)
            except ValueError:
                pass
            except:
                pass

            # try to convert an web hex code
            try:
                return webcolors.hex_to_rgb(webcolors.normalize_hex(color))
            except ValueError:
                pass
            except:
                pass

        # try to convert a string RGB tuple
        try:
            val = ast.literal_eval(color)
            if type(val) is not tuple or len(val) != 3:
                raise Exception
            return val
        except:
            pass
        return None

    @staticmethod
    def color_tuple_to_string(rgb):
        # try to convert to an english name
        try:
            return webcolors.rgb_to_name(rgb)
        except Exception as e:
            #print e
            pass
        return str(rgb)

    @staticmethod
    def get_color_names_list():
        names = set()
        for key in webcolors.css2_hex_to_names.keys():
            names.add(webcolors.css2_hex_to_names[key])
        for key in webcolors.css21_hex_to_names.keys():
            names.add(webcolors.css21_hex_to_names[key])
        for key in webcolors.css3_hex_to_names.keys():
            names.add(webcolors.css3_hex_to_names[key])
        for key in webcolors.html4_hex_to_names.keys():
            names.add(webcolors.html4_hex_to_names[key])            
        return sorted(names)

    @staticmethod
    def date_has_passed(dt):
        delta = dt - datetime.datetime.now()
        return delta.total_seconds() < 0

    @staticmethod
    def dump_bytes(bytes):
        print ''.join('{:02x} '.format(x) for x in bytearray(bytes))

    max_delay = 0x1f

    @staticmethod
    def delayToSpeed(delay):
        # speed is 0-100, delay is 1-31
        # 1st translate delay to 0-30
        delay = delay -1
        if delay > utils.max_delay - 1 :
            delay = utils.max_delay - 1
        if delay < 0: 
            delay = 0
        inv_speed = int((delay * 100)/(utils.max_delay - 1))
        speed =  100-inv_speed
        return speed

    @staticmethod
    def speedToDelay(speed):
        # speed is 0-100, delay is 1-31        
        if speed > 100:
            speed = 100
        if speed < 0:
            speed = 0
        inv_speed = 100-speed
        delay = int((inv_speed * (utils.max_delay-1))/100)
        # translate from 0-30 to 1-31
        delay = delay + 1
        return delay

    @staticmethod
    def byteToPercent(byte):
        if byte > 255:
            byte = 255
        if byte < 0:
            byte = 0
        return int((byte * 100)/255)

    @staticmethod
    def percentToByte(percent):
        if percent > 100:
            percent = 100
        if percent < 0:
            percent = 0
        return int((percent * 255)/100)

class PresetPattern:
    seven_color_cross_fade =   0x25
    red_gradual_change =       0x26
    green_gradual_change =     0x27
    blue_gradual_change =      0x28
    yellow_gradual_change =    0x29
    cyan_gradual_change =      0x2a
    purple_gradual_change =    0x2b
    white_gradual_change =     0x2c
    red_green_cross_fade =     0x2d
    red_blue_cross_fade =      0x2e
    green_blue_cross_fade =    0x2f
    seven_color_strobe_flash = 0x30
    red_strobe_flash =         0x31
    green_strobe_flash =       0x32
    blue_stobe_flash =         0x33
    yellow_strobe_flash =      0x34
    cyan_strobe_flash =        0x35
    purple_strobe_flash =      0x36
    white_strobe_flash =       0x37
    seven_color_jumping =      0x38

    @staticmethod
    def valid(pattern):
        if pattern < 0x25 or pattern > 0x38:
            return False
        return True

    @staticmethod
    def valtostr(pattern):
        for key, value in PresetPattern.__dict__.iteritems():
            if type(value) is int and value == pattern:
                return key.replace("_", " ").title()
        return None

class LedTimer():
    Mo = 0x02
    Tu = 0x04
    We = 0x08  
    Th = 0x10 
    Fr = 0x20
    Sa = 0x40 
    Su = 0x80
    Everyday = Mo|Tu|We|Th|Fr|Sa|Su
    Weekdays = Mo|Tu|We|Th|Fr
    Weekend = Sa|Su

    @staticmethod
    def dayMaskToStr(mask):
        for key, value in LedTimer.__dict__.iteritems():
            if type(value) is int and value == mask:
                return key
        return None  

    def __init__(self, bytes=None):
        if bytes is not None:
            self.fromBytes(bytes)
            return

        the_time = datetime.datetime.now() + datetime.timedelta(hours=1)  
        self.setTime(the_time.hour, the_time.minute)
        self.setDate(the_time.year, the_time.month, the_time.day)
        self.setModeTurnOff()
        self.setActive(False)

    def setActive(self, active=True):
        self.active = active

    def isActive(self):
        return self.active

    def isExpired(self):
        # if no repeat mask and datetime is in past, return True
        if self.repeat_mask != 0:
            return False
        elif self.year!=0 and self.month!=0 and self.day!=0:
            dt = datetime.datetime(self.year, self.month, self.day, self.hour, self.minute)
            if  utils.date_has_passed(dt):
                return True
        return False

    def setTime(self, hour, minute):
        self.hour = hour
        self.minute = minute

    def setDate(self, year, month, day):
        self.year = year
        self.month = month        
        self.day = day
        self.repeat_mask = 0

    def setRepeatMask(self, repeat_mask):
        self.year = 0        
        self.month = 0        
        self.day = 0
        self.repeat_mask = repeat_mask

    def setModeDefault(self):
        self.mode = "default"
        self.pattern_code = 0
        self.turn_on = True
        self.red = 0
        self.green = 0
        self.blue = 0
        self.warmth_level = 0

    def setModePresetPattern(self, pattern, speed):
        self.mode = "preset"
        self.warmth_level = 0
        self.pattern_code = pattern
        self.delay = utils.speedToDelay(speed)
        self.turn_on = True

    def setModeColor(self, r, g, b):
        self.mode = "color"
        self.warmth_level = 0
        self.red = r
        self.green = g
        self.blue = b        
        self.pattern_code = 0x61
        self.turn_on = True

    def setModeWarmWhite(self, level):
        self.mode = "ww"
        self.warmth_level = utils.percentToByte(level)
        self.pattern_code = 0x61
        self.red = 0
        self.green = 0
        self.blue = 0
        self.turn_on = True

    def setModeTurnOff(self):
        self.mode = "off"
        self.turn_on = False
        self.pattern_code = 0

    """
    timer are in six 14-byte structs
        f0 0f 08 10 10 15 00 00 25 1f 00 00 00 f0 0f
         0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14
        0: f0 when active entry/ 0f when not active
        1: (0f=15) year when no repeat, else 0
        2:  month when no repeat, else 0
        3:  dayofmonth when no repeat, else 0
        4: hour
        5: min
        6: 0
        7: repeat mask, Mo=0x2,Tu=0x04, We 0x8, Th=0x10 Fr=0x20, Sa=0x40, Su=0x80
        8:  61 for solid color or warm, or preset pattern code
        9:  r (or delay for preset pattern)
        10: g
        11: b
        12: warm white level
        13: 0f = off, f0 = on ?
    """        
    def fromBytes(self, bytes):
        #utils.dump_bytes(bytes)
        self.red = 0
        self.green = 0
        self.blue = 0        
        if bytes[0] == 0xf0:
            self.active = True
        else:
            self.active = False
        self.year = bytes[1]+2000
        self.month = bytes[2]
        self.day = bytes[3]
        self.hour = bytes[4]
        self.minute = bytes[5]
        self.repeat_mask = bytes[7]
        self.pattern_code = bytes[8]

        if self.pattern_code == 0x61:
            self.mode = "color"
            self.red = bytes[9]
            self.green = bytes[10]
            self.blue = bytes[11]
        elif self.pattern_code == 0x00:
            self.mode ="default"
        else:
            self.mode = "preset"
            self.delay = bytes[9] #same byte as red

        self.warmth_level = bytes[12]
        if self.warmth_level != 0:
            self.mode = "ww"

        if bytes[13] == 0xf0:
            self.turn_on = True
        else:
            self.turn_on = False
            self.mode = "off"

    def toBytes(self):
        bytes = bytearray(14)
        if not self.active:
            bytes[0] = 0x0f
            # quit since all other zeros is good
            return bytes

        bytes[0] = 0xf0

        if self.year >= 2000:
            bytes[1] =  self.year - 2000
        else:
            bytes[1] = self.year            
        bytes[2] = self.month
        bytes[3] = self.day
        bytes[4] = self.hour
        bytes[5] = self.minute
        # what is 6?
        bytes[7] = self.repeat_mask

        if not self.turn_on:
            bytes[13] = 0x0f
            return bytes        
        bytes[13] = 0xf0

        bytes[8] = self.pattern_code
        if self.mode == "preset":    
            bytes[9] = self.delay
            bytes[10] = 0
            bytes[11] = 0
        else:
            bytes[9] = self.red
            bytes[10] = self.green
            bytes[11] = self.blue
        bytes[12] = self.warmth_level

        return bytes

    def __str__(self):
        txt = ""
        if not self.active:
          return "Unset"

        if self.turn_on:
            txt += "[ON ]"
        else:
            txt += "[OFF]"

        txt += " "

        txt += "{:02}:{:02}  ".format(self.hour,self.minute)

        if self.repeat_mask == 0:
            txt += "Once: {:04}-{:02}-{:02}".format(self.year,self.month,self.day)
        else:
            bits = [LedTimer.Su,LedTimer.Mo,LedTimer.Tu,LedTimer.We,LedTimer.Th,LedTimer.Fr,LedTimer.Sa]
            for b in bits:
                if self.repeat_mask & b:
                    txt += LedTimer.dayMaskToStr(b)
                else:
                    txt += "--"
            txt += "  "

        txt += "  "
        if self.pattern_code == 0x61:
            if self.warmth_level != 0:
                txt += "Warm White: {}%".format(utils.byteToPercent(self.warmth_level))
            else:
                color_str = utils.color_tuple_to_string((self.red,self.green,self.blue))
                txt += "Color: {}".format(color_str)

        elif PresetPattern.valid(self.pattern_code):
            pat = PresetPattern.valtostr(self.pattern_code)
            speed = utils.delayToSpeed(self.delay)
            txt += "{} (Speed:{}%)".format(pat, speed)

        return txt

class WifiLedBulb():
    def __init__(self, ipaddr, port=5577):
        self.ipaddr = ipaddr
        self.port = port
        self.__is_on = False

        self.socket = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
        self.socket.connect((self.ipaddr, self.port))

        self.__state_str = ""
        #self.refreshState()

    def __determineMode(self, ww_level, pattern_code):
        mode = "unknown"
        if pattern_code in [ 0x61, 0x62]:
            if ww_level != 0:
                mode = "ww"
            else:
                mode = "color"
        elif pattern_code == 0x60:
            mode = "custom"
        elif PresetPattern.valid(pattern_code):
            mode = "preset"
        return mode

    def refreshState(self):
        msg = bytearray([0x81, 0x8a, 0x8b])
        self.__write(msg)
        rx = self.__readResponse(14)

        power_state = rx[2]
        power_str = "Unknown power state"

        if power_state == 0x23:
            self.__is_on = True
            power_str = "ON "
        elif power_state == 0x24:
            self.__is_on = False
            power_str = "OFF"

        pattern = rx[3]
        ww_level = rx[9]
        mode = self.__determineMode(ww_level, pattern)
        delay = rx[5]
        speed = utils.delayToSpeed(delay)

        if mode == "color":
            red = rx[6]
            green = rx[7]
            blue = rx[8]
            color_str = utils.color_tuple_to_string((red, green, blue))
            mode_str = "Color: {}".format(color_str)
        elif mode == "ww":
            mode_str = "Warm White: {}%".format(utils.byteToPercent(ww_level))
        elif mode == "preset":
            pat = PresetPattern.valtostr(pattern)
            mode_str = "Pattern: {} (Speed {}%)".format(pat, speed)
        elif mode == "custom":
            mode_str = "Custom pattern (Speed {}%)".format(speed)
        else:
            mode_str = "Unknown mode 0x{:x}".format(pattern)
        if pattern == 0x62:
            mode_str += " (tmp)"
        self.__state_str = "{} [{}]".format(power_str, mode_str)

    def __str__(self):
        return self.__state_str

    def getClock(self):
        msg = bytearray([0x11, 0x1a, 0x1b, 0x0f])
        self.__write(msg)
        rx = self.__readResponse(12)
        #self.dump_data(rx)
        year =  rx[3] + 2000
        month = rx[4]
        date = rx[5]
        hour = rx[6]
        minute = rx[7]
        second = rx[8]
        #dayofweek = rx[9]
        try:
            dt = datetime.datetime(year,month,date,hour,minute,second)
        except:
            dt = None
        return dt

    def setClock(self):
        msg = bytearray([0x10, 0x14])
        now = datetime.datetime.now()
        msg.append(now.year-2000)
        msg.append(now.month)
        msg.append(now.day)
        msg.append(now.hour)
        msg.append(now.minute)
        msg.append(now.second)
        msg.append(now.isoweekday()) # day of week
        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(0x0f)
        self.__write(msg)

    def turnOn(self, on=True):
        if on:
            msg = bytearray([0x71, 0x23, 0x0f])
        else:
            msg = bytearray([0x71, 0x24, 0x0f])

        self.__write(msg)
        #print "set bulb {}".format(on)
        #time.sleep(.5)
        #x = self.__readResponse(4)
        self.__is_on = on

    def isOn(self):
        return self.__is_on

    def turnOff(self):
        self.turnOn(False)

    def setWarmWhite(self, level, persist=True):
        if persist:
            msg = bytearray([0x31])
        else:
            msg = bytearray([0x41])
        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(utils.percentToByte(level))
        msg.append(0x0f)
        msg.append(0x0f)
        self.__write(msg)

    def setRgb(self, r,g,b, persist=True):
        if persist:
            msg = bytearray([0x31])
        else:
            msg = bytearray([0x41])
        msg.append(r)
        msg.append(g)
        msg.append(b)
        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(0xf0)
        msg.append(0x0f)
        self.__write(msg)

    def setPresetPattern(self, pattern, speed):

        PresetPattern.valtostr(pattern)
        if not PresetPattern.valid(pattern):
            #print "Pattern must be between 0x25 and 0x38"
            raise Exception

        delay = utils.speedToDelay(speed)
        #print "speed {}, delay 0x{:02x}".format(speed,delay)
        pattern_set_msg = bytearray([0x61])
        pattern_set_msg.append(pattern)
        pattern_set_msg.append(delay)
        pattern_set_msg.append(0x0f)

        self.__write(pattern_set_msg)

    def getTimers(self):
        msg = bytearray([0x22, 0x2a, 0x2b, 0x0f])
        self.__write(msg)
        resp_len = 88
        rx = self.__readResponse(resp_len)
        if len(rx) != resp_len:
            print "response too short!"
            raise Exception

        #utils.dump_data(rx)
        start = 2
        timer_list = []
        #pass in the 14-byte timer structs 
        for i in range(6):
          timer_bytes = rx[start:][:14]
          timer = LedTimer(timer_bytes)
          timer_list.append(timer)
          start += 14

        return timer_list

    def sendTimers(self, timer_list):
        # remove inactive or expired timers from list
        for t in timer_list:
            if not t.isActive() or t.isExpired():
                timer_list.remove(t)

        # truncate if more than 6
        if len(timer_list) > 6:
            print "too many timers, truncating list"
            del timer_list[6:]

        # pad list to 6 with inactive timers
        if len(timer_list) != 6:
            for i in range(6-len(timer_list)):
                timer_list.append(LedTimer())

        msg_start = bytearray([0x21])
        msg_end = bytearray([0x00, 0xf0])
        msg = bytearray()

        # build message
        msg.extend(msg_start)
        for t in timer_list:
            msg.extend(t.toBytes())
        msg.extend(msg_end)
        self.__write(msg)

        # not sure what the resp is, prob some sort of ack?
        rx = self.__readResponse(1)
        rx = self.__readResponse(3)

    def setCustomPattern(self, rgb_list, speed, transition_type):

        # truncate if more than 16
        if len(rgb_list) > 16:
            print "too many colors, truncating list"
            del rgb_list[16:]

        # quit if too few
        if len(rgb_list) == 0:
            print "no colors, aborting"
            return

        msg = bytearray()

        first_color = True
        for rgb in rgb_list:
            if first_color:
                lead_byte = 0x51
                first_color = False
            else:
                lead_byte = 0
            r,g,b = rgb
            msg.extend(bytearray([lead_byte, r,g,b]))

        # pad out empty slots
        if len(rgb_list) != 16:
            for i in range(16-len(rgb_list)):
                msg.extend(bytearray([0, 1, 2, 3]))

        msg.append(0x00)
        msg.append(utils.speedToDelay(speed))

        if transition_type =="gradual":
            msg.append(0x3a)
        elif transition_type =="jump":
            msg.append(0x3b)
        elif transition_type =="strobe":
            msg.append(0x3c)
        else:
            #unknown transition string: using 'gradual'
            msg.append(0x3a)
        msg.append(0xff)
        msg.append(0x0f)

        self.__write(msg)    

    def __writeRaw(self, bytes):
        self.socket.send(bytes)

    def __write(self, bytes):
        # calculate checksum of byte array and add to end
        csum = sum(bytes) & 0xFF
        bytes.append(csum)
        #print "-------------",utils.dump_bytes(bytes)
        self.__writeRaw(bytes)
        #time.sleep(.4)        

    def __readResponse(self, expected):
        remaining = expected
        rx = bytearray()
        while remaining > 0:
            chunk = self.__readRaw(remaining)
            remaining -= len(chunk)
            rx.extend(chunk)
        return rx

    def __readRaw(self, byte_count=1024):
        rx = self.socket.recv(byte_count)
        return rx

class  BulbScanner():
    def __init__(self):
        self.found_bulbs = []

    def getBulbInfoByID(self, id):
        bulb_info = None
        for b in self.found_bulbs:
            if b['id'] == id:
                return b
        return b        

    def getBulbInfo(self):
        return self.found_bulbs    

    def scan(self, timeout=10):

        DISCOVERY_PORT = 48899

        sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
        sock.bind(('', DISCOVERY_PORT))
        sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_BROADCAST, 1)

        msg = "HF-A11ASSISTHREAD"

        # set the time at which we will quit the search
        quit_time = time.time() + timeout

        response_list = []
        # outer loop for query send
        while True:
            if time.time() > quit_time:
                break            
            # send out a broadcast query
            sock.sendto(msg, ('<broadcast>', DISCOVERY_PORT))

            # inner loop waiting for responses
            while True:

                sock.settimeout(1)
                try:
                    data, addr = sock.recvfrom(64)
                except socket.timeout:
                    data = None
                    if time.time() > quit_time:
                        break

                if data is not None and data != msg:
                    # tuples of IDs and IP addresses
                    item = dict()
                    item['ipaddr'] = data.split(',')[0]
                    item['id'] = data.split(',')[1]
                    item['model'] = data.split(',')[2]
                    response_list.append(item)

        self.found_bulbs = response_list
        return response_list
#=========================================================================
def showUsageExamples():
    example_text = """
Examples:
Scan network:
    %prog% -s
Scan network and show info about all:
    %prog% -sSti
Turn on:
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 --on
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -192.168.1.101 -1
Turn on all bulbs on LAN:
    %prog% -sS --on
Turn off:
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 --off
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 --0
    %prog% -sS --off

Set warm white, 75%
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -w 75 -0    
Set fixed color red :
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -c Red
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -c 255,0,0
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -c "#FF0000"

Set preset pattern #35 with 40% speed:    
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -p 35 40

Set custom pattern 25% speed, red/green/blue, gradual change:
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -C gradual 25 "red green (0,0,255)"

Sync all bulb's clocks with this computer's:
    %prog% -sS --setclock

Set timer #1 to turn on red at 5:30pm on weekdays:
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -T 1 color "time:1730;repeat:12345;color:red"
Deactivate timer #4:
    %prog% 192.168.1.100 -T 4 inactive ""
Use --timerhelp for more details on setting timers
    """

    print example_text.replace("%prog%",sys.argv[0])

def showTimerHelp():
    timerhelp_text = """
There are 6 timers available for each bulb.
Mode Details:
    inactive:   timer is inactive and unused
    poweroff:   turns off the light 
    default:    turns on the light in default mode
    color:      turns on the light with specified color
    preset:     turns on the light with specified preset and speed
    warmwhite:  turns on the light with warm white at specified brightness
Settings available for each mode:
    Timer Mode | Settings
    --------------------------------------------
    inactive:   [none]
    poweroff:   time, (repeat | date)
    default:    time, (repeat | date)
    color:      time, (repeat | date), color
    preset:     time, (repeat | date), code, speed
    warmwhite:  time, (repeat | date), level

Setting Details:
    time: 4 digit string with zeros, no colons
        e.g:
        "1000"  - for 10:00am
        "2312"  - for 11:23pm
        "0315"  - for 3:15am

    repeat: Days of the week that the timer should repeat
            (Mutually exclusive with date)
            0=Sun, 1=Mon, 2=Tue, 3=Wed, 4=Thu, 5=Fri, 6=Sat
        e.g:
        "0123456"  - everyday
        "06"       - weekends
        "12345"    - weekdays
        "2"        - only Tuesday

    date: Date that the one-time timer should fire
            (Mutually exclusive with repeat)
        e.g:
        "2015-09-13" 
        "2016-12-03"     
    color: Color name, hex code, or rgb triple

    level: Level of the warm while light (0-100)

    code:  Code of the preset pattern (use -l to list them)

    speed: Speed of the preset pattern transions (0-100)

Example setting strings:
    "time:2130;repeat:0123456"
    "time:2130;date:2015-08-11"
    "time:1245;repeat:12345;color:123,345,23"
    "time:1245;repeat:12345;color:green"
    "time:1245;repeat:06;code:50;speed:30"
    "time:0345;date:2015-08-11;level:100"
    """

    print timerhelp_text

def processSetTimerArgs(parser, args):
    mode = args[1]
    num = args[0]
    settings = args[2]

    if not num.isdigit() or int(num) > 6 or int(num) < 1:
        parser.error("Timer number must be between 1 and 6")

    # create a dict from the settings string
    settings_list=settings.split(";")
    settings_dict = {}
    for s in settings_list:
        pair = s.split(":")
        key = pair[0].strip().lower()
        val = ""
        if len(pair) > 1:
            val = pair[1].strip().lower()
        settings_dict[key] = val

    keys = settings_dict.keys()
    timer = LedTimer()

    if mode == "inactive":
        #no setting needed
        timer.setActive(False)

    elif mode in ["poweroff", "default","color","preset","warmwhite"]:
        timer.setActive(True)

        if "time" not in keys:
            parser.error("This mode needs a time: {}".format(mode))
        if  "repeat" in keys and "date" in keys:
            parser.error("This mode only a repeat or a date, not both: {}".format(mode))

        # validate time format
        if len(settings_dict["time"]) != 4 or not settings_dict["time"].isdigit() :
            parser.error("time must be a 4 digits")
        hour = int(settings_dict["time"][0:2:])
        minute = int(settings_dict["time"][2:4:])
        if hour > 23: 
            parser.error("timer hour can't be greater than 23")
        if minute > 59:
            parser.error("timer minute can't be greater than 59")

        timer.setTime(hour, minute)

        # validate date format
        if  "repeat" not in keys and "date" not in keys:
            # Generate date for next occurance of time
            print("No time or repeat given. Defaulting to next occurance of time")
            now = datetime.datetime.now()
            dt = now.replace(hour=hour, minute=minute)
            if utils.date_has_passed(dt):
                dt = dt + datetime.timedelta(days=1)
            #settings_dict["date"] = date
            timer.setDate(dt.year, dt.month, dt.day)
        elif "date" in keys:
            try:
                dt = datetime.datetime.strptime(settings_dict["date"], '%Y-%m-%d')
                timer.setDate(dt.year, dt.month, dt.day)
            except ValueError:
                parser.error("date is not properly formatted: YYYY-MM-DD")

        # validate repeat format
        if "repeat" in keys:
            if len(settings_dict["repeat"]) == 0:
                parser.error("Must specify days to repeat")
            days = set()
            for c in list(settings_dict["repeat"]):
                if c not in ['0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6']:
                    parser.error("repeat can only contain digits 0-6")
                days.add(int(c))

            repeat = 0
            if 0 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Su
            if 1 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Mo
            if 2 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Tu
            if 3 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.We
            if 4 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Th
            if 5 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Fr
            if 6 in days: repeat |= LedTimer.Sa
            timer.setRepeatMask(repeat)

        if  mode == "default":
            timer.setModeDefault()

        if  mode == "poweroff":
            timer.setModeTurnOff()            

        if  mode == "color":
            if  "color" not in keys:
                parser.error("color mode needs a color setting")
            #validate color val
            c = utils.color_object_to_tuple(settings_dict["color"])
            if c is None:
                parser.error("Invalid color value: {}".format(settings_dict["color"]))
            timer.setModeColor(c[0],c[1],c[2])

        if  mode == "preset":
            if  "code" not in keys:
                parser.error("preset mode needs a code: {}".format(mode))
            if  "speed" not in keys:
                parser.error("preset mode needs a speed: {}".format(mode))
            code = settings_dict["code"]
            speed = settings_dict["speed"]            
            if not speed.isdigit() or int(speed) > 100:
                parser.error("preset speed must be a percentage (0-100)")
            if not code.isdigit() or not PresetPattern.valid(int(code)):
                parser.error("preset code must be in valid range")
            timer.setModePresetPattern(int(code),int(speed))

        if  mode == "warmwhite":
            if  "level" not in keys:
                parser.error("warmwhite mode needs a level: {}".format(mode))
            level = settings_dict["level"]
            if not level.isdigit() or int(level) > 100:
                parser.error("warmwhite level must be a percentage (0-100)")
            timer.setModeWarmWhite(int(level))
    else:
        parser.error("Not a valid timer mode: {}".format(mode))

    return timer

def processCustomArgs(parser, args):
    if args[0] not in ["gradual", "jump", "strobe"]:
        parser.error("bad pattern type: {}".format(args[0]))
        return None

    speed = int(args[1])

    # convert the string to a list of RGB tuples
    # it should have space separated items of either
    # color names, hex values, or byte triples
    try:
        color_list_str = args[2].strip()
        str_list = color_list_str.split(' ')
        color_list = []
        for s in str_list:
            c = utils.color_object_to_tuple(s)
            if c is not None:
                color_list.append(c)
            else:
                raise Exception

    except:
        parser.error("COLORLIST isn't formatted right.  It should be a space separated list of RGB tuples, color names or web hex values")

    return args[0], speed, color_list

def parseArgs():

    parser = OptionParser()

    parser.description = "A utility to control Flux WiFi LED Bulbs. "
    #parser.description += ""
    #parser.description += "."
    power_group = OptionGroup(parser, 'Power options (mutually exclusive)')
    mode_group = OptionGroup(parser, 'Mode options (mutually exclusive)')
    info_group = OptionGroup(parser, 'Program help and information option')
    other_group = OptionGroup(parser, 'Other options')

    parser.add_option_group(info_group)
    info_group.add_option("-e", "--examples",
                      action="store_true", dest="showexamples", default=False,
                      help="Show usage examples")
    info_group.add_option("", "--timerhelp",
                      action="store_true", dest="timerhelp", default=False,
                      help="Show detailed help for setting timers")    
    info_group.add_option("-l", "--listpresets",
                      action="store_true", dest="listpresets", default=False,
                      help="List preset codes")
    info_group.add_option("--listcolors",
                      action="store_true", dest="listcolors", default=False,
                      help="List color names")

    parser.add_option("-s", "--scan",
                      action="store_true", dest="scan", default=False,
                      help="Search for bulbs on local network")
    parser.add_option("-S", "--scanresults",
                      action="store_true", dest="scanresults", default=False,
                      help="Operate on scan results instead of arg list")    
    power_group.add_option("-1", "--on",
                      action="store_true", dest="on", default=False,
                      help="Turn on specified bulb(s)")
    power_group.add_option("-0", "--off",
                      action="store_true", dest="off", default=False,
                      help="Turn off specified bulb(s)")
    parser.add_option_group(power_group)

    mode_group.add_option("-c", "--color", dest="color", default=None,
                  help="Set single color mode.  Can be either color name, web hex, or comma-separated RGB triple",
                  metavar='COLOR')
    mode_group.add_option("-w", "--warmwhite", dest="ww", default=None,
                  help="Set warm white mode (LEVEL is percent)",
                  metavar='LEVEL', type="int")
    mode_group.add_option("-p", "--preset", dest="preset", default=None,
                  help="Set preset pattern mode (SPEED is percent)",
                  metavar='CODE SPEED', type="int", nargs=2)
    mode_group.add_option("-C", "--custom", dest="custom", metavar='TYPE SPEED COLORLIST',
                            default=None, nargs=3, 
                            help="Set custom pattern mode. " +
                              "TYPE should be jump, gradual, or strobe. SPEED is percent. " +
                              "COLORLIST is a should be a space-separated list of color names, web hex values, or comma-separated RGB triples")
    parser.add_option_group(mode_group)

    parser.add_option("-i", "--info",
                      action="store_true", dest="info", default=False,
                      help="Info about bulb(s) state")
    parser.add_option("", "--getclock",
                      action="store_true", dest="getclock", default=False,
                      help="Get clock")    
    parser.add_option("", "--setclock",
                      action="store_true", dest="setclock", default=False,
                      help="Set clock to same as current time on this computer")
    parser.add_option("-t", "--timers",
                      action="store_true", dest="showtimers", default=False,
                      help="Show timers")
    parser.add_option("-T", "--settimer", dest="settimer", metavar='NUM MODE SETTINGS',
                            default=None, nargs=3, 
                            help="Set timer. " +
                              "NUM: number of the timer (1-6). " +
                              "MODE: inactive, poweroff, default, color, preset, or warmwhite. " +
                              "SETTINGS: a string of settings including time, repeatdays or date, " +
                              "and other mode specific settings.   Use --timerhelp for more details.")

    other_group.add_option("-v", "--volatile",
                      action="store_true", dest="volatile", default=False,
                      help="Don't persist mode setting with hard power cycle (RGB and WW modes only).")
    parser.add_option_group(other_group)

    parser.usage = "usage: %prog [-sS10cwpCiltThe] [addr1 [addr2 [addr3] ...]."
    (options, args) = parser.parse_args()

    if options.showexamples:
        showUsageExamples()
        sys.exit(0)

    if options.timerhelp:
        showTimerHelp()
        sys.exit(0)

    if options.listpresets:
        for c in range(PresetPattern.seven_color_cross_fade, PresetPattern.seven_color_jumping+1):
            print "{:2} {}".format(c, PresetPattern.valtostr(c))
        sys.exit(0)

    global webcolors_available
    if options.listcolors:
        if webcolors_available:
            for c in utils.get_color_names_list():
                print "{}, ".format(c),
            print
        else:
            print "webcolors package doesn't seem to be installed. No color names available"
        sys.exit(0)        

    if options.settimer:
        new_timer = processSetTimerArgs(parser, options.settimer)
        options.new_timer = new_timer
    else:
        options.new_timer = None

    mode_count = 0
    if options.color:  mode_count += 1
    if options.ww:     mode_count += 1
    if options.preset: mode_count += 1
    if options.custom: mode_count += 1
    if mode_count > 1:
        parser.error("options --color, --warmwhite, --preset, and --custom are mutually exclusive")

    if options.on and options.off:
        parser.error("options --on and --off are mutually exclusive")

    if options.custom:
        options.custom = processCustomArgs(parser, options.custom)

    if options.color:
        options.color = utils.color_object_to_tuple(options.color)
        if options.color is None:
            parser.error("bad color specification")

    if options.preset:
        if not PresetPattern.valid(options.preset[0]):
            parser.error("Preset code is not in range")

    # asking for timer info, implicitly gets the state
    if options.showtimers:
        options.info = True

    op_count = mode_count
    if options.on:   op_count += 1
    if options.off:  op_count += 1
    if options.info: op_count += 1
    if options.getclock: op_count += 1
    if options.setclock: op_count += 1
    if options.listpresets: op_count += 1
    if options.settimer: op_count += 1

    if (not options.scan or options.scanresults) and (op_count == 0):
        parser.error("An operation must be specified")

    # if we're not scanning, IP addresses must be specified as positional args
    if  not options.scan and not options.scanresults and not options.listpresets:
        if len(args) == 0:
            parser.error("You must specify at least one IP address as an argument, or use scan results")

    return (options, args)
#-------------------------------------------
def main():

    (options, args) = parseArgs()

    if options.scan:
        scanner = BulbScanner()
        scanner.scan(timeout=2)
        bulb_info_list = scanner.getBulbInfo()
        # we have a list of buld info dicts
        addrs = []
        if options.scanresults and len(bulb_info_list) > 0 :
            for b in bulb_info_list:
                addrs.append(b['ipaddr'])
        else:
            print "{} bulbs found".format(len(bulb_info_list))
            for b in bulb_info_list:
                print "  {} {}".format(b['id'], b['ipaddr'])
            sys.exit(0)

    else:
        addrs = args
        bulb_info_list = []
        for addr in args:
            info = dict()
            info['ipaddr'] = addr
            info['id'] = 'Unknown ID'
            bulb_info_list.append(info)

    # now we have our bulb list, perform same operation on all of them
    for info in bulb_info_list:
        a = info['ipaddr']
        try:
            bulb = WifiLedBulb(info['ipaddr'])
        except Exception as e:
            print "Unable to connect to bulb at [{}]: {}".format(info['ipaddr'],e)
            continue

        if options.getclock:
            print "{} [{}] {}".format(info['id'], info['ipaddr'],bulb.getClock())

        if options.setclock:
            bulb.setClock()

        if options.ww is not None:
            print "Setting warm white mode, level: {}%".format(options.ww)
            bulb.setWarmWhite(options.ww, not options.volatile)

        elif options.color is not None:
            print "Setting color RGB:{}".format(options.color),
            name = utils.color_tuple_to_string(options.color)
            if name is None:
                print 
            else:
                print "[{}]".format(name)    
            bulb.setRgb(options.color[0],options.color[1],options.color[2], not options.volatile)

        elif options.custom is not None:
            bulb.setCustomPattern(options.custom[2], options.custom[1], options.custom[0])
            print "Setting custom pattern: {}, Speed={}%, {}".format(
                options.custom[0], options.custom[1], options.custom[2])

        elif options.preset is not None:
            print "Setting preset pattern: {}, Speed={}%".format(PresetPattern.valtostr(options.preset[0]), options.preset[1])
            bulb.setPresetPattern(options.preset[0], options.preset[1])

        if options.on:
            print "Turning on bulb at {}".format(bulb.ipaddr)
            bulb.turnOn()
        elif options.off:
            print "Turning off bulb at {}".format(bulb.ipaddr)
            bulb.turnOff()

        if options.info:
            bulb.refreshState()
            print "{} [{}] {}".format(info['id'], info['ipaddr'],bulb)

        if options.settimer:
            timers = bulb.getTimers()
            num = int(options.settimer[0])
            print "New Timer ---- #{}: {}".format(num,options.new_timer)
            if options.new_timer.isExpired():
                print "[timer is already expired, will be deactivated]"
            timers[num-1] = options.new_timer 
            bulb.sendTimers(timers)

        if options.showtimers:
            timers = bulb.getTimers()
            num = 0
            for t in timers:
                num += 1
                print "  Timer #{}: {}".format(num,t)
            print ""

    sys.exit(0)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

6) 5) Интеграция в MD:

а) Создаем объект RGBkitchen со свойством colore
б) Создаем объект test со свойством txt для тестов
в) создаем метод onchange

$ip="192.168.1.16";
$cmd="python /home/pi/flux_led.py";
$color=gg("RGBkitchen.colore");
$r=hexdec(substr($color,1,2));
$g=hexdec(substr($color,3,2));
$b=hexdec(substr($color,5,2));
//$finalcmd=$cmd." ".$ip." "." -c"." \"".$color."\"" ;
$finalcmd=$cmd." ".$ip." "." -c ".$r.",".$g.",".$b;
setGlobal("test.txt",$finalcmd);
shell_exec($finalcmd);

добавляем в меню новый элемент "выбор цвета", привязываем его к объекту RGBkitchen к свойству colore и нашему созданному методу onchange

зыж В виду наличия в данном контроллере довольно распространенного чипа ESP 8266, при желании его можно прошить на нормальные прошивки (eps easy, wifi-iot и др. Я же рассмотрел вариант без перепрошивки по следуюим причинам:
1) Родная прошивка позволяет через android/iphone управлять rgb светом через родное приложение.
2) Имеется возможность штатными средствами активировать режимы:

  • стробоскоп
  • светомузыка (как филипс эмбилайт)
  • градиентный свет

тема на форуме http://majordomo.smartliving.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=3685&start=30#p50007

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