The Wheel control is a control dial to control functions (for example volume) inside the IRControl System. For this you have to define an actions for both direction of rotation. But there exists devices types, that can be configured explicit.
|Bluesound System||If you want to use the wheel control for volume control of a BlueSound device, you can set the Id of the Bluesound System at this place. For other use of this control this attrbute must be empty.|
|Bluesound Device||With this attribute you can confgiure a Bluesound Device optionaly in addtion to the Bluesound System parameter. If you don’t set this parameter the volue control has imapact to all connected Bluesound System, otherwise only for the specified one.|
|Dimmer Device||With attribute you can configure different devices with a fix range of values (0 – 100 %). Possible devices: Philips Hue Light, Philips Hue Group, openHab Thing (Item Dimmer), FRITZ!Box DECT 301|
|Color Device||With attribute you can configure different devices with a color attribute. ossible devices: Philips Hue Light, Philips Hue Group, openHab Thing (Item Color)|
|Design||There are 2 design types for the wheel control at your disposal (grey and green)|
|Value from / Value to||Here you can configure absolute values defined wheel (e.g. 0 until 100 or also -40 until 40). You have to register an Action with Trigger „state“ and a Trigger with „value“. This is only possible for devices for which we can determine the acutally value and do also set the it with an abolsue value. For tevices we control with a infrared singnal, this is not possible|
|ID||Optional attribute. Is is used for some special configurations only.|
The Layout Attributes of a control are described in chapter Control Layout.
You can add actions to the control for the following triggers:
|up||the control will be turned to the right side, increasing of volume|
|down||the control will be turned to the left side,decreasing of volume|
|onstart||will be executed while creating the page after the contro is initialized|
|value||For transmission of a absolute value (see also value from/value to)|
|state||This trigger is to determine the actual value from the controlled system (see also value from/value to)|
|onstatechange||Is called when the state (state of control attribute) of the control changes.|
You can read more about actions in the chapter Actions.
In chapter Events, you can read more about events.