Wrapper to Hills/Interlogix UltraSync ComNav/ZeroWire Hub
NX-595E UltraSync Hub
How Does It Work?
First you need to install it; this part is easy:
# Install ultrasync onto your system pip install ultrasync
Create a configuration file that identifies:
- The location the ComNav/ZeroWire hub can be found on some network.
- Your ComNav/ZeroWire login User ID
- Your ComNav/ZeroWire login pin
Note: You can only be logged into the ComNav/ZeroWire hub with the same user once; a subsequent login with the same user logs out the other. Since this tool/software actively polls and maintains a login session to your Hub, it can prevent you from being able to log into at the same time elsewhere (via it's website). It is strongly recommended you create a second user account on your Hub dedicated to just this service.
# An example of what would be found in your configuration file: # Use hashtags/pound symbols (#) to optionally add comments # Syntax is simply <key>: <value> # # You must specify hostname, user, and pin # host: 192.168.0.30 user: My Username pin: 1234
Use the --scene (-s) to set your security system's alarm scene. The possible options are:
# By default if no --config= (-c) is specified; one will be automatically # loaded from the following location (if present): # ~/.ultrasync # ~/.config/ultrasync # Windows users can store their default configuration files here: # %APPDATA%/UltraSync/config # %LOCALAPPDATA%/UltraSync/config # Disarm your security system ultrasync --scene disarm # Arm your security system and activate all of your sensors when setting the # away mode macro ultrasync --scene away # Arm your security system and only activate your perimeter sensors: ultrasync --scene stay
What Else Can It Do?
You can put up a live monitor of your device by typing the following:
# A live monitoring of your home security system: ultrasync --watch
You can generate a snapshot (in JSON format) that greatly details everything taking place through your security home setup. It provides MUCH greater detail than the
--watchwhich allows it to also be integrated with Home Assistant.
# Print a JSON formatted snapshot of all home security details ultrasync --details
You can perform a dump of all of the web based files (that I've found to be useful so far) to disk. This makes troubleshooting incredibly much easier.
# Extracts information from your UltraSync Hub that can be # incredibly useful in debugging and/or adding enhancements ultrasync --debug-dump
The debug content gets written to a zip file (residing in the same folder you ran this command from) in the form of:
If you've exposed your panel to the internet, you can access it by setting your
host to the full URL to it. For example:
# A sample ultrasync configuration that requires you to pass through # a proxy in order to get to your destination: host: https://your.security.panel/ user: My Username pin: 1234
If you've also protected your panel behind an additional user/pass combo using Basic Auth at the reverse proxy, you can pass through it like so:
# A sample ultrasync configuration that requires you to pass through # a proxy expecting authentication in order to get to your destination: host: https://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/ user: My Username pin: 1234
This software was created by reverse engineering my own personal security system. All of this code was generated through trial and error since there is no documentation that I could find that explains the registers. If you can help out by filling in some of the blanks throughout the code base, I would be greatly appreciative of it! Alternatively buying me a coffee greatly inspires me to continue improving the application.
Otherwise, please feel free to file bugs and use this at your sole discretion as I have no control over how your own security system might have been set up. But what has been written here should work for all owners.
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