They have a feature request forum, and one of the comments in an API thread is that they have released a beta.
Do we have anyone that would like to take a crack at developing on that API?
I don’t own a mater meter yet, but I have been looking for one that will integrate with SmartThings in some way.
I purchased a StreamLabs device and wrote an interface to Classic SmartThings. Take a look and maybe it will be useful to you.
I have created an interface between Classic SmartThings and the StreamLabs Smart Home Water Meter. This is a cloud-to-cloud interface so it consists of a Service Manager (SmartApp) and a Device Handler. The interface provides standard wet/dry water leak notifications when the Water Meter posts a water flow alert. It also provides the ability to control the StreamLabs Home/Away status based on one or more SmartThings modes.
This StreamLabs device does a good job detecting significant leaks anywhere in your house. Mine detects flows down to about 0.3 gallon/minute. This is about an 1/8" stream of water from a faucet. So it won’t help in detecting pin prick pipe leaks but more significant leaks (such as broken ice maker tubing) will probably be detected just fine.
The source is available in…
I cant get this to work. I installed the smartapp code and devicehandle code in the IDE. Put in the apikey the the smartapp settings. I waited, live logging didn’t show anything concerning the smartapp.
Anyone can help?