Category: IFTTT

IFTTT Relay Commands

IFTTT Relay Commands This is a list of the commands that may be passed to your NCD Particle Relay controller.  These are passed as Function Input in Function Calls when creating an IFTTT recipe. If Your controller has only 1 relay then these are the commands for it ON OFF TOGGLE MOMENTARY   If your controller has more than 1 relay then these are the commands for it TurnOnAllRelays TurnOffAllRelays SetBankStatus SetBankStatus:var     For controllers with 8 or less relays.  var is a number from 0-255.  Example SetBankStatus:255 would turn on all relays SetBankStatus:var1,var2     For controllers with

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IFTTT Input Notifications

In this guide we will explain the setup of notifying IFTTT that an event has occurred, in the case of this example Input 1 on our controller has closed.  This gives us endless possibilities for triggering other actions on IFTTT such as sending email/text notifications, triggering relays on other boards, etc.The firmware in your controller will post events to the Particle server.  IFTTT can monitor the Particle server on your account’s behalf to see if anything interesting has happened and if so do something about it.  Events published to the Particle server have an Event name and a value.  If

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IFTTT Do

IFTTT Do So in our original IFTTT guide we showed you how to turn on a relay when an email was received indicating that Timmy had fallen down the well again.  Well as we saw that can take a long time to trigger due to IFTTT only checking your gmail account every 15 minutes or so.  Well what if we want to alert the proper authorities a bit faster about this horrible event and call for help.  That is what IFTTT DO recopies are for.  You will notice when you create a recipe on IFTTT you select IF or DO.

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IFTTT Setup

This guide will walk you through the process of setting up your new NCD Particle controller with pre-installed NCD/IFTTT firmware.  We will explain the process step by step out of the box to a working solution for your application.  We will discuss controlling relay outputs and monitoring digital inputs for monitoring/alert purposes.  This guide is only applicable to boards with digital inputs, relays, or digital inputs and relays plus Particle Photon/Core interface modules(here on out will be referred to as your “controller”).  It is not applicable for any other product.  We should also notice that this guide will have you

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