This is an addition to version Home center 220.127.116.11.
There is now support for the Velbus Edge Led modules VMBEL1, VMBEL2, VMBEL4: you can operate the inputs and thermostats.
- The cloud didn’t work in some situations
- The VMBMETEO values of rain and wind are now correctly displayed.
- For some installation the plug ‘n play connection with Velbus home automation didn’t work.
This version contains some bugfixes since version 18.104.22.168.
- Sonos link was broken in logic interface
- You could send only 4 IR commands after one another, then the interface ‘paused’ for about a minute before continuing
- 2N connection stability improvements
This brand new version brings some new features and some improvements!
- We added support for the VMB4AN: you can view the current values (*)
- The time sync (NTP) to the bus often didn’t work. This is now solved in this version.
Visualization via the logging will be added in a future version.
New: Frontier silicon
A total new range of music players supported! Music devices based on the Frontier Silicon chipset can now be operated from within Home center the same way Sonos is operated. This means you can stop / start the player, navigate through the current playlist, set volume, control the mute and integrate them in your Home automation system via the logic, so you can operate them through the buttons in your house and add them for example to the all off operation.
Manage music interfaces
You can now rename and remove unwanted music devices via the settings in the web interface.
2N Access unit
Now also the 2N access units are supported. The available buttons are available as toggles and inputs to operate or to use in the logic interface. They are detected automatically at startup and user name and password can be managed in the settings in the web interface.
- Reversed the order of the regimes, so they are in the same order as in PlusConfig.
- Bugfix: when scanning different MIN ranges, thermostats and dimmers from previously scanned ranges couldn’t be operated anymore
- When a Sonos was in the network before the Luxom DS88L was available, Home center didn’t connect automatically to the Luxom home automation system.
- Logging is now available in the Windows client via the About box.
- The Windows client will now look for the home center server in all network interface (in case you have virtual networks active)
- Improved start up of Home center server (previously could take up to 30 sec.)
- When adding new components to a zone, in some cases you couldn’t operate them immediately.
- None, upgrading goes smoothly!
Again some minor bug fixes
- Operating SONOS: in the windows client and web/Android client you couldn’t operate the SONOS devices anymore
- Unable to connect to Home center server if the number of simultaneous connections exceeded the licented number
- For installers: sometimes the bus of the home automation system wasn’t scanned when at first start up no bus was connected