User Manual

6. App Guide

      6.4. Info

Info page displays 4 widgets :
• DpOS Terminal 
• Input Voltage
• Water Level (low, medium, full)
•  Internal temperature

Here, the most important one is the terminal.
This vintage yet powerful interface is used to configure the system with simple commands while bringing back memories of MS-DOS glorious days.

> sensor

When a sensor is connected to the controller for the first time, it will be assigned the first empty position available.

Important: to avoid address conflict, out-of-the-box sensors must not be connected all together in the same time. Connect first a soil sensor then add another, until they are all connected.

You can always change a soil sensor address with sensor command:

> alert

You can define min and max levels alerts for each measurement.
When measurement is above max or below min, a notification is sent.
After alert command, select one of these inputs:

Notes:

  • For water level: 1 = low, 2 = medium, 3 = full.
    0 and 4 are non-active.
  • Input names are case insensitive.
    Meaning you can ask for s1 or S1, vin or VIN, and so on.

Example:

It is also possible to check all alert levels at once with:
> all
> read

reset brings back all values to default.

> gmt

The controller uses a clock for light auto mode, in order to switch ON and OFF at the right moment.

Timezone is stored in memory and can be updated with gmt command.