ilovecontrol wrote: »
Dear AMX Forum,
Just wanted to say hi and share the good news about iLoveControl for AMX.
iLoveControl has newly released AMX sample code for iPhone and iPod Touch users. iLoveControl has been available in the App Store since it opened and we have a large following in our yahoo group at:
Please try our AMX code and let us know what you think.
simon.francis wrote: »
In theory simulating a panel is not that hard it just needs someone with the time to look at the communications between a panel and the master. You could then write software for any device that sends out level and push info. The other nice thing with this method is the ipod would simply register as a device in the online tree and could be programed like a normal panel. The final step would be a design tool for the ipod GUI that let you draw buttons and number them..
dbfreq wrote: »
If the goal is to use something other than an AMX touchpanel, why would you need to decipher the ICSP?
John_Glove wrote: »
have someone tested the function of button Feedback with CommandFusion?
i have make a test GUI-File, which i can control a relay on the AMX System. It works fine, but no feedback on the iphone. The Feedback is programmed in the amx code.
is it possible to have feedback on the iphone?
MaratGill wrote: »
iPhone + AMXhttp://smart-home-blog.com/archives/1490
bcirrisi wrote: »
Has anyone tried this yet? Looks to good to be true.
TurnipTruck wrote: »
According to CF documentation, feedback is possible. It is on my to-do list to tinker with it.
DigiMe wrote: »
As is it will use port 1319 to allow bi-direction communications? Is it going to be similar to this:http://www.emulinx.com/products.htm
Also, have you reverse engineer the ICSNet IP protocol and if so, can I have it.....please....
ericmedley wrote: »
I do not have the ICSNet protocol either. Here again, I'm not sure AMX would care for that kind of thing.