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Python API for talking to the Deltran Battery Tender API

Project description

Installation

pip install batterytender

Usage

Module

You can import the module as batterytender.

import batterytender

email = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
password = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'

bt = batterytender.BatteryTender(email, password)

for monitor in bt.monitors:
    print('Monitor id: {}'.format(monitor.device_id))
    print('    Name: {}'.format(monitor.name))
    print('    Date: {}'.format(monitor.date))
    print('    Voltage: {}'.format(monitor.voltage))


    # Historical readings
    print('    History:')
    for history in monitor.history:
        print('        Date: {}'.format(history['date']))
        print('        Voltage: {}'.format(history['voltage']))


    # The latest reading is also available in the same format as
    # historical reading via the `.current` property
    print('    Current:')
    print('        Date: {}'.format(monitor.current['date']))
    print('        Voltage: {}'.format(monitor.current['voltage']))

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