Indigo 5.1.8

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  • Version: 5.1.8
  • File size: 13 KB
  • File name: Indigo.dmg
  • Last update:
  • Platform: Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
  • License: Trial
  • Price:$ 89.95
  • Company: Perceptive Automation LLC (View more)

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Whats new in version 5.1.8:
• Important: this version includes many Z-Wave related enhancements. Because of the nature of some of these changes, you might have to re-sync (via the device dialog) some of your modules. The devices that need to be re-synced will be shown in the Event Log, and communication with them will be disabled in Indigo until they are re-synced.

• Added Z-Wave support for Trane Thermostat (TZ45).
• Added Z-Wave support for Digital Home Systems Motion Sensor (DHS-ZW-SNMT-01).
• Added Z-Wave support for Interface Connection Failure and Interface Connection Initialized Triggers.
• Added expanded device control UI area to Home Window, which includes 4 tiles: device controls, device information, custom plugin states, and custom plugin actions (coming to a future beta). The control area can be expanded and collapsed via the split control located between the device list and the control area.
• Added contextual menu to states list for plugin devices that allows you to copy for scripts.


Publisher review:
Indigo allows you to control popular X10 and INSTEON hardware devices via a home control server that provides extensive automation options.

Indigo is able to run as a standalone application or in a client/server mode. However, you must first run the Indigo installer on the main Mac (that will be considered to be the server) and start the server to which the home automation interface hardware will connect.

Once the Indigo Server is started in client/server mode, you will be able to access it remotely from other Macs using the Indigo Client or a web browser, or via your iPhone or iPod Touch using Indigo Touch.

Requirements:
  • Intel or PowerPC G5 or G4 (867 MHz or higher) processor
  • INSTEON or X10 computer interface: PowerLinc Modem (2412U / 2412S / 2413U / 2413S / 2448A7), PowerLinc V2 (2414U), PowerLinc Controller (1132CU), PowerLinc USB (1132U), Ac

    Operating system:
    Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later

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