Inspired by the MMM-OpenHABFloorplan module, this is a module for the MagicMirror² to connect to an ISY device from Universal Devices (http://www.universal-devices.com) using a WebSocket. It will display a floor plan showing live updates of which Insteon, Z-Wave, or ISYv5 Node Server devices are turned on/off (including dimming levels), which alarm zones are tripped, and the status of the thermostats.
Setup takes a little while as you have to create your own floorplan in SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format using something like Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator. It can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be, the most important thing is the tagging. Whatever style you make your lights, lamps, outlets, or devices–as long as you tag them with the correct ISY address format–they will be picked up by the module automatically and their status updated on the graphic. The screenshots above are an “extreme” example SVG image which was created from an AutoCAD blueprint originally, with icons from various sources dropped in to represent the devices. The config options for the module give you even more advanced control, by letting you set custom display options for the different devices.
New in version [1.0.7]+ – Control popups can now be enabled for various devices, to directly control your home automation from a touchscreen or any web browser with the MagicMirror page loaded.Screenshots:
Download: Version 1.0.7 - Initial Controls Implementation
Added: Initial implementation of a control system using Bootstrap 4 to display tooltip style popups when devices are clicked.Version 1.0.0 Initial Release
[EDITED 27-APR-18 WITH NEW VERSION]