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The output workflow is used to start actions when some condition is met.


Actions can be anything you can script. Per example:

  • starting a water pump

  • opening a windows

  • starting an air heater

  • executing an api call

The sky is the limit.

You can add custom, not natively supported, actors by using a custom script.


Actors can also be reversible.

That can be handy per example for:

  • a water pump that must be started and stopped

  • a windows that must be opened and closed


There are multiple ways an actor can be reversed:

  • time

    • a timer is started after the initial execution of the actor after which the reversing process is done

    • this can be useful for:

      • a water pump

  • condition

    • after the initial execution the actor’s state is set to ‘active’

    • the actor’s reverse condition will be checked in an interval

    • if the reverse condition is met => it will be reversed

    • this can be useful for:

      • an air heater which will only stop if the air temperature is suitable

      • open a windows when the temperature is too high, close it when it gets too cold


You can configure complex condition that must be matched before an action is executed or reversed.

A condition must be linked at least with an output device or an output model.

The matching rules are connected to the condition via condition links.

It can also be linked to areas. This will filter the output devices, that would be started, to the ones that are a member of this area.


A condition match is a single rule to match.

It can only be True or False.

As an example:

  • Time average must be higher

    • Check input device ‘air temperature’

    • Get the datapoints from the last hour

    • Calculate the average value from them

    • This value must be higher than X

  • Maximum of last 15 readings must be lower

    • Check input device ‘earth humidity’

    • Get the last 15 datapoints

    • Get the minimal value

    • This value must be lower than Y

You can find more details to this here.