Husqvarna Automower Script

Posted on
Tue Oct 09, 2018 10:49 am
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Re: Husqvarna Automower Script

Gusten wrote:
Hi, mine is working and i am on 7.2 Iam running my script as files if it makes any differents?


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Thanks. Probably a cut and paste issue that I will have to explore.

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Posted on
Sat Oct 20, 2018 8:27 am
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Re: Husqvarna Automower Script

Good news! Husqvarna is releasing a public API in January.

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Posted on
Mon May 27, 2019 3:37 pm
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Re: Husqvarna Automower Script

Gusten wrote:
Hi, mine is working and i am on 7.2 Iam running my script as files if it makes any differents?

I finally had a chance to look at this -- it turns out I needed to ensure the variables at lines 189-190 were strings.

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         indigo.variable.updateValue(525681493, value=str(mowerStatus))#Change number to yours variable ID
         indigo.variable.updateValue(145221338, value=str(batteryPercent))#Change number to yours variable ID


Thanks for making the original script work!

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Posted on
Mon Mar 30, 2020 10:40 am
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Re: Husqvarna Automower Script

FYI, Husqvarna has published their official Automower API at https://developer.1689.cloud

It's a reasonably simple API. You have to register as a developer and then generate an Authorization Token. I did that with an Action Group. I didn't bother parsing the JSON and just copied the token over.

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import requests

grant_type = 'password'
client_id = '<YourHusqvarnaDeveloperAppID>'
username = '<YourHusqvarnaAppUserName>'
password = '<YourHusqvarnaAppPassword>'

post_url = 'https://api.authentication.husqvarnagroup.dev/v1/oauth2/token'

payload = {
   'grant_type': grant_type,
   'client_id': client_id,
   'username': username,
   'password': password,
}

r = requests.post(post_url, data = payload)

indigo.server.log(str(r.text))


From there, it was straightforward to use GhostXML to pull the mower status. Only 10K calls a month are allowed, so don't poll more than once every five minutes. Here's the raw cURL needed. First is to get mower list (run once). Second to get Mower status.

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https://api.amc.husqvarna.dev/v1/mowers
-X GET \
-H "accept: application/vnd.api+json" \
-H "X-Api-Key: < YourHusqvarnaDeveloperAppID>" \
-H "Authorization: Bearer <YourHusqvarnaTokenFromStep1>" \
-H "Authorization-Provider: husqvarna"

NOTE: data_0_id yields the MowerID
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url: https://api.amc.husqvarna.dev/v1/mowers/<YourMowerFromMowerList>
-X GET \
-H "accept: application/vnd.api+json" \
-H "X-Api-Key: < YourHusqvarnaDeveloperAppID>" \
-H "Authorization: Bearer <YourHusqvarnaTokenFrom Step1>" \
-H "Authorization-Provider: husqvarna"


Finally, I created two action groups to allow me to park the mower and resume schedule. I created triggers to park the mower when the sprinklers are running and in case of rain.
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# Park Until Further Notice
import requests

mower = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaMower'].value)
authorization = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaAuthorization'].value)
apikey = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaAPIKey'].value)

post_url = 'https://api.amc.husqvarna.dev/v1/mowers/' + mower + '/actions'

head = {
   'accept': '*/*',
   'X-Api-Key': apikey,
   'Authorization': authorization,
   'Authorization-Provider': 'husqvarna',
   'Content-Type': 'application/vnd.api+json',
}

payload = '{"data":{"type":"ParkUntilFurtherNotice"}}'

r = requests.post(post_url, headers = head, data = payload)

if str(r.status_code) == '202':
   indigo.server.log('Husqvarna Parked Until Further Notice')
   indigo.variable.updateValue('husqvarnaParked', value=str('true'))

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# Resume Schedule
import requests

mower = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaMower'].value)
authorization = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaAuthorization'].value)
apikey = (indigo.variables['husqvarnaAPIKey'].value)

post_url = 'https://api.amc.husqvarna.dev/v1/mowers/' + mower + '/actions'

head = {
   'accept': '*/*',
   'X-Api-Key': apikey,
   'Authorization': authorization,
   'Authorization-Provider': 'husqvarna',
   'Content-Type': 'application/vnd.api+json',
}

payload = '{"data":{"type":"ResumeSchedule"}}'

r = requests.post(post_url, headers = head, data = payload)

if str(r.status_code) == '202':
   indigo.server.log('Husqvarna Resume Schedule')
   indigo.variable.updateValue('husqvarnaParked', value=str('false'))

I have triggers that run from the GhostXML device and update based on changes to certain variables, in particular data_attributes_mower_errorCode. Just to save you some time, this converts the numeric error codes into their text equivalent:
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husqvarnaError = str(indigo.variables[1384099050].value) # "husqvarnaErrorCode"

dict = {
'0': 'Unexpected error',
'1': 'Outside working area',
'2': 'No loop signal',
'3': 'Wrong loop signal',
'4': 'Loop sensor problem, front',
'5': 'Loop sensor problem, rear',
'6': 'Loop sensor problem, left',
'7': 'Loop sensor problem, right',
'8': 'Wrong PIN code',
'9': 'Trapped',
'10': 'Upside down',
'11': 'Low battery',
'12': 'Empty battery',
'13': 'No drive',
'14': 'Mower lifted',
'15': 'Lifted',
'16': 'Stuck in charging station',
'17': 'Charging station blocked',
'18': 'Collision sensor problem, rear',
'19': 'Collision sensor problem, front',
'20': 'Wheel motor blocked, right',
'21': 'Wheel motor blocked, left',
'22': 'Wheel drive problem, right',
'23': 'Wheel drive problem, left',
'24': 'Cutting system blocked',
'25': 'Cutting system blocked',
'26': 'Invalid sub-device combination',
'27': 'Settings restored',
'28': 'Memory circuit problem',
'29': 'Slope too steep',
'30': 'Charging system problem',
'31': 'STOP button problem',
'32': 'Tilt sensor problem',
'33': 'Mower tilted',
'34': 'Cutting stopped - slope too steep',
'35': 'Wheel motor overloaded, right',
'36': 'Wheel motor overloaded, left',
'37': 'Charging current too high',
'38': 'Electronic problem',
'39': 'Cutting motor problem',
'40': 'Limited cutting height range',
'41': 'Unexpected cutting height adj',
'42': 'Limited cutting height range',
'43': 'Cutting height problem, drive',
'44': 'Cutting height problem, curr',
'45': 'Cutting height problem, dir',
'46': 'Cutting height blocked',
'47': 'Cutting height problem',
'48': 'No response from charger',
'49': 'Ultrasonic problem',
'50': 'Guide 1 not found',
'51': 'Guide 2 not found',
'52': 'Guide 3 not found',
'53': 'GPS navigation problem',
'54': 'Weak GPS signal',
'55': 'Difficult finding home',
'56': 'Guide calibration accomplished',
'57': 'Guide calibration failed',
'58': 'Temporary battery problem',
'59': 'Temporary battery problem',
'60': 'Temporary battery problem',
'61': 'Temporary battery problem',
'62': 'Temporary battery problem',
'63': 'Temporary battery problem',
'64': 'Temporary battery problem',
'65': 'Temporary battery problem',
'66': 'Battery problem',
'67': 'Battery problem',
'68': 'Temporary battery problem',
'69': 'Alarm! Mower switched off',
'70': 'Alarm! Mower stopped',
'71': 'Alarm! Mower lifted',
'72': 'Alarm! Mower tilted',
'73': 'Alarm! Mower in motion',
'74': 'Alarm! Outside geofence',
'75': 'Connection changed',
'76': 'Connection NOT changed',
'77': 'Com board not available',
'78': 'Slipped - Mower has Slipped.Situation not solved with moving pattern',
'79': 'Invalid battery combination - Invalid combination of different battery types.',
'80': 'Cutting system imbalance    Warning',
'81': 'Safety function faulty',
'82': 'Wheel motor blocked, rear right',
'83': 'Wheel motor blocked, rear left',
'84': 'Wheel drive problem, rear right',
'85': 'Wheel drive problem, rear left',
'86': 'Wheel motor overloaded, rear right',
'87': 'Wheel motor overloaded, rear left',
'88': 'Angular sensor problem',
'89': 'Invalid system configuration',
'90': 'No power in charging station',
}

dict[husqvarnaError]

indigo.server.log(str(dict[husqvarnaError]))
indigo.variable.updateValue('husqvarnaErrorCodeText', value=str(dict[husqvarnaError]))


If I'm not the only person using one of these mowers, it seems easy enough to turn into a plugin.

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Posted on
Tue Mar 31, 2020 1:11 pm
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Re: Husqvarna Automower Script

I'm using that mower, and would mind having a plugin for sure, but lack the skills to do so!

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