An interface to control AirScape Whole House Fans
AirScape WHF interface
AirScape has a collection of connected whole house fans. They can be controlled via their app, but also have a published API. This project is an interface to control their fans locally via the REST API on the fan.
API is documented here
Import into your code and create a
import airscape fan = airscape.Fan('192.168.1.10', 5)
Constructor takes 2 arguments. The IP or hostname (if you DNS registered your fan) and the timeout for communicating with the fan.
The timeout is optional and has a default value of 5.
The fan has 2 attributes to control:
>>> fan.on False >>> fan.on = True >>> fan.on True >>> fan.speed 2 >>> fan.speed = 5 >>> fan.speed 5
The speed can also be controled in incrememnts instead of setting directly
>>> fan.speed 3 >>> fan.speed_up() >>> fan.speed 4 >>> fan.slow_down() >>> fan.speed 3
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