Well. When I speak about the “Widget”, I speak about the representation of the states on the frontpage
But now, I was able to make it work, by removing the division by 1000.
Also, it seems that Max Hauri has been more cautious on their requirement specifications. telnet and SSH servers are disabled, or at least they do not answer on port 22 nor 23, and traffic to the cloud website is encrypted. I will try a port scanner to see if the port is different. Also, I’ve been trying to find out where the APP find the name of the plugs. I was unable to find the command to get the names. What I see so far is that the 1st time the app is opened, there is a call to the cloud site, or, if internet is not available, to one of the power strip. My guess is that a file containing the latest list of devices is downloaded from the Power strip itself.
When connecting to the cloud site, a command 500 is sent, which returns the complete list of power strips, states, values, names, of all the devices registered on the network.
I hope I can find a way to access this file. This would be gorgeous to gather the complete list of sockets in the house, rather then query each strip separately, and without the names.
Beside of 200 and 511, did you identify more commands ?
I will share later tonight the list of commands I have identified.