I don’t have rain sensor connected to the opensprinkler but I have weather station (KNX) with rain sensor and I would like to pass the information about the rain via http API. As far as I know there is no such API yet.
In my opinion option it would be very useful feature for smart home users owning full weather station (no additional redundant equipment) which is quite often case.
Do you see any chance for implementing such a feature?
Currently the weather feature in OpenSprinkler firmware requires WUnderground API. If you can set up your weather station as a Wunderground weather station, then you can use its data through the weather algorithm.
Another way would be to involve another web server (it can be a Raspberry Pi), which gets information from your weather station, and sends an HTTP request to OpenSprinkler to change its rain status (you can use the rain delay API). It’s possible to modify the OpenSprinkler firmware to obtain this information from your weather station directly (without having to use another web server), but it’s often easier to write a Python script on Raspberry Pi than to modify the OpenSprinkler firmware.
Added HTTP GET API to start a specific program (see 2.1.7 API document for details). Minor changes and … Enables LCD backlight to stay on (by setting a non-zero idle brightness). Game Killer APK Details: to use a flow sensor, wire it up to the rain sensor port, and in Edit Options -> Weather and Sensors, select the sensor type to ‘Flow’.