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Pythonic interface to EBUSD.

Installation

To install the pyebus module run:

pip install pyebus

If you do not have write-permissions to the python installation, try:

pip install pyebus --user

Command-Line-Interface

Usage:

usage: ebustool [-h] [--host HOST] [--port PORT] [--timeout TIMEOUT] [--version] [--debug] {cmd,listen,ls,observe,read,state,write,info} ...

positional arguments:
  {cmd,listen,ls,observe,read,state,write,info}
                        Sub Commands
    cmd                 Issue TCP Command on EBUSD. See https://github.com/john30/ebusd/wiki/3.1.-TCP-client-commands for reference.
    listen              Listen on the bus, decode messages and print
    ls                  List all messages
    observe             Read all known messages once and continue listening so that ALL EBUS values are available, decode every message and print.
    read                Read values from the bus, decode and print
    state               Show EBUSD state
    write               Write value to the bus
    info                Show EBUSD meta information

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --host HOST, -H HOST  EBUSD address. Default is '127.0.0.1'.
  --port PORT, -P PORT  EBUSD port. Default is 8888.
  --timeout TIMEOUT, -T TIMEOUT
                        EBUSD connection timeout. Default is 10.
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  --debug

List all messages and fields

The ls command lists all messages CIRCUIT/MESSAGENAME/FIELDNAME rwuSP INFO:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 ls
mc/DateTime/dcfstate                     r---1 nosignal, ok, sync, valid [DCF Empfängerstatus]
mc/DateTime/btime                        r---1 HOUR:MINUTE:SECOND [Uhrzeit]
mc/DateTime/bdate                        r---1 DAY.MONTH.YEAR [Datum]
mc/DateTime/temp2                        r---1 Float within [-127.99:127.99] with 0.00390625 fraction
mc/DateTime/bdate+btime+dcfstate         r---1 DAY.MONTH.YEAR HOUR:MINUTE:SECOND
mc/FlowTemp/temp                         r---1 Float within [-2047.9:2047.9] with 0.0625 fraction [Temperatur]
mc/FlowTemp/sensor                       r---1 ok, circuit, cutoff
mc/FlowTemp/temp+sensor                  r---1 Float within [-2047.9:2047.9] with 0.0625 fraction
mc/FlowTempDesired/temp1                 r---1 Float within [0:100] with 0.5 fraction
mc/FlowTempMax/temp0                     rw--2 Integer within [0:254]
mc/FlowTempMin/temp0                     rw--2 Integer within [0:254]
mc/OperatingMode/mcmode                  rw--2 disabled, on, off, auto, eco, low
mc/TempDesired/temp1                     rw--2 Float within [0:100] with 0.5 fraction
mc/TempDesiredLow/temp1                  rw--2 Float within [0:100] with 0.5 fraction

CIRCUIT/MESSAGENAME/FIELDNAME is a unique message field identifier. CIRCUIT names the device which contains the information. MESSAGENAME is the name of the message on the bus. Each message consists of fields. FIELDNAME identifies the specific information within the message. EBUSD fieldnames are NOT unique. pyebus appends a suffix in case of naming collisions. Field names with a + are virtual and just the concatenation of existing fields.

The access rights have the following meaning:

  • r: The message is explicitly readable.

  • w: The message is explicitly writable.

  • u: The message is NOT readable, but emitted by the sender on change.

  • S: Is the poll priority to be set. This applies to readable messages only. Values 1-9 can be used. A is a placeholder for automatic. This will choose an appropriate priority.

  • P: Actual polling priority.

List some messages and fields

The ls command accepts explicit names with wildcards and placeholders. Case-Insensitive:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 ls "mc/FlowTemp*"
mc/FlowTemp/temp                         r---1 Float within [-2047.9:2047.9] with 0.0625 fraction [Temperatur]
mc/FlowTemp/sensor                       r---1 ok, circuit, cutoff
mc/FlowTemp/temp+sensor                  r---1 Float within [-2047.9:2047.9] with 0.0625 fraction
mc/FlowTempDesired/temp1                 r---1 Float within [0:100] with 0.5 fraction
mc/FlowTempMax/temp0                     rw--2 Integer within [0:254]
mc/FlowTempMin/temp0                     rw--2 Integer within [0:254]

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 ls "*/*mode*"
mc/OperatingMode/mcmode                  rw--2 disabled, on, off, auto, eco, low

Read messages and fields

read behaves identical to ls (with or without patterns), but returns the actual value:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 read "*/*mode*"
mc/OperatingMode/mcmode                  rw--2 eco                 disabled, on, off, auto, eco, low

Non-readable messages are filtered automatically.

Please note, EBUS is slow. EBUSD only reads values which are older than 300s or not cached. –ttl explicitly specifies the maximum age in seconds.

Write Message Field

Each writable field can be set by:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 write mc/OperatingMode/mcmode auto

EBUS Status

The EBUS status can be retrieved by:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 state
ok

or more detailled:

$ ebt -H 192.168.1.4 info
version                ebusd 21.1.v21.1-12-gccfc025
update check           version 3.4 available
signal                 acquired
symbol rate            114
max symbol rate        217
min arbitration micros 317
max arbitration micros 4751
min symbol latency     0
max symbol latency     10
reconnects             0
masters                7
messages               1006
conditional            14
poll                   597
update                 10
address 03             master #11
address 08             slave #11, scanned "MF=Vaillant;ID=BAI00;SW=0204;HW=9602", loaded "vaillant/bai.0010015600.inc" ([HW=9602]), "vaillant/08.bai.csv"
address 10             master #2
address 15             slave #2, scanned "MF=Vaillant;ID=UI   ;SW=0508;HW=6201", loaded "vaillant/15.ui.csv"
address 17             master #17

Programming API

Complete API-Documentation

Overview

Ebus represents one connection to a EBUSD instance.

>>> from pyebus import Ebus
>>> ebus = Ebus('127.0.0.1')

The instance needs to know the messages definitions handled by the EBUSD instance. The EBUSD message definitions are based on a EBUSD scan algorithm and the EBUSD-configuration.

Wait for the EBUSD scan to be completed:

>>> await ebus.async_wait_scancompleted()

Now, we can load the message definition codes and convert them to message definitions MsgDef.

>>> await ebus.async_load_msgdefs()

The message definitions are stored in a MsgDefs instance at

>>> ebus.msgdefs

A single message can be read via:

>>> msgdef = ebus.msgdefs.get('circuit', 'name')
>>> print(await ebus.async_read(msgdef))

All messages can be read via:

>>> for msgdef in ebus.msgdefs:
>>>   if msgdef.read:
>>>     print(await ebus.async_read(msgdef))

Message can be filtered via patterns CIRCUIT/MESSAGENAME or CIRCUIT/MESSAGENAME/FIELDNAME. Wildcards (*) and Placeholder (?) are supported. The following example will read all temperature fields and all message of the circuit named mc. The read value must not be older than 1000s.

>>> for msgdef in ebus.msgdefs.resolve(['*/*/*temp*', 'mc/*']):
>>>   if msgdef.read:
>>>     print(await ebus.async_read(msgdef, ttl=1000))

Writing is also possible

>>> await ebus.async_write(msgdef, value)

EBUS meta informations are available at:

>>> await ebus.async_get_state()
>>> await ebus.async_get_info()