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NAME

Device::Osram::Lightify::Light - The interface to a single light

DESCRIPTION

This module allows a single Osram lightify light to be manipulated.

Objects are not expected to be constructed manually, instead they are discovered dynmically via communication with the hub.

SYNOPSIS

   use Device::Osram::Lightify;

   my $tmp = Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub->new( host => "1.2.3.4" );

   # Show all nodes we found
   # (Stringification means we dump all the state here.)
   foreach my $light ( $tmp->lights() ) {
      print $light;
   }

DESCRIPTION

This module allows basic control of an Osram Lightify light.

METHODS

new

Create a new light-object.

This is invoked by Hub:lights() method, which will read a binary string containing all the details of the light - we must then parse it according to Device::Osram::Lightify::API.

brightness

Get the brightness value of this light (0-100).

mac

Get the MAC address of this light.

name

Return the name of this light.

rgbw

Return the current RGBW value of this light.

status

Is the light on or off ?

temperature

Get the temperature value of this light (2200-6500).

version

Get the firmware version of this light.

set_on

Set this light to be "on".

set_off

Set this light to be "off".

set_brightness

Set the brightness value of this light - valid values are 0-100.

set_rgbw

Set the specified RGBW values of this light.

set_temperature

Set the specified temperature value for this light, in the range 2200-6500.

stringify

Convert the record to a string, suitable for printing.

AUTHOR

Steve Kemp <steve@steve.org.uk>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2016 Steve Kemp <steve@steve.org.uk>.

This library is free software. You can modify and or distribute it under the same terms as Perl itself.