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How do NodeRed automations differ from Home-assistant automations? can they be linked, or are they separate entities??
Thanks for this! First NR video that actually made things click.
Anyone trying to figure out how to view ALL the current state properties of a device (in the video, the Nanoleaf. colors, brightness, etc.), go into the DEBUG module and under output, select COMPLETE MSG OBJECT. It was hard to see in the video and wasn't explicitly mentioned.
There is NO SUPERVISOR BUTTON anymore in 2023!
The complexity of this stuff is amazing, never saw it before, and its amazing people have developed it so far, but i am not surprised people have.
The communities into all sorts of stuff, really do a very good job of developing things.
Amazing, that people have got this home automation stuff to this level.
I normally ignored these vids, just thinking it was very basic automation, but you guys in these communities really have this very advanced already.
This video started off great - but then was interrupted for a sponsored ad way too soon. After the ad, he jumps right into how to install Node Red - which some of you might be here for - but I would have preferred to hear him talk about what it is and why I should want it - BEFORE starting to install it…
The horrendously rushed approach to this tutorial is dreadful. I've paused, rewound umpteen times. My Node Red doesn't look like this and I suspect there are custom nodes being used. As a beginners tutorial this is dreadful.
I just got home from work and am no mood to learn this stuff right now. Informative nonetheless.
So I am just learning HA but I saw this mention of Node Red and wanted to learn more. It seems very interesting that I can take all of these devices in HA and have them interact. One thing that I would like to do is use my Wyze Leak Sensors V2 and have them control my main water shutoff valve which is electric and controlled by an Insteon I/O linc. My original setup used Insteon's version of the leak sensors but quite honestly they sucked and didn't work the way I wanted them to. My one hurdle appears to be that I don't have a way to add the Wyze Sensor Hub V2 to HA. I'm hoping that you or someone else may have a solution? I love your detailed videos. I find that I do a lot of stopping and rewinding to keep up with your pace. It's worth it. So thanks for making them.
When the garage door opens or closes, it will turn on all the lights in the garage for a set period of time.
He doesn't have the hair property! Killed me.
Thank you opensource developers for making all of this possible!
If I install Node-red on my synology NAS and then start it seems to have started. As soon as I click in the sidebar to use node-red the message node-red has not started yet, start it first, every time.
Any idea what I'm doing wrong or overlooking?
Thanks for the video. Im just learning Node-red and Home Assistant and look for to watching more videos on this topic.
I would like to configure a timed switch.
So the action would that once I activate a switch I would like it to stay on for 10min than shut off.
I would also like to be able to monitor it so when it is on the icon or button flashes.
Thanks for your help
For anyone new to this (like me), just installed HASS on a virtual machine. I logged into install Node Red and failed due to SSL, but wasn’t allowing me to disable SSL in the interface. Clicking top right of Config allowed me to enter YAML screen, and I had to add in ‘require_ssl:’ to then be able to key “false” and that worked.
Great video. Go Ohio State (alum '2012). Beat Notre Dame!
I did not follow 🤣 left behind trying to get debug to output a state. Haha. Tried calling Tts service- couldn’t figure out how the heck to put an output.
@The Hook Up - I know this is an older video and you have others out there but can you do a video about passing variable information in a notification? I've been seeing different "ways" of doing it but basically, I would like to have my door locks send me a status message if they are not able to lock at night. I've been able to accomplish it by having Node-Red check different entities with multiple nodes but I would like to simplify it using a function node before moving to the notification node. However, I've not been able to pass variables through a Call Service Notification.
Show the eufy camera on my echo show 5 screen when it detects crying
Very cool. Thanks for making this video.