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8. Select what zone to start and for how long, and click “Create Action”.
 
9. Click “Create Recipe” and you are done ! Anytime the temperature rises above 100F your roses will get more water.
 
9. Click “Create Recipe” and you are done ! Anytime the temperature rises above 100F your roses will get more water.
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Latest revision as of 01:33, 27 May 2016

RainMachine and IFTTT

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Unleash the power of Internet of Things (IoT) by integrating your RainMachine into IFTTT world

1. Please login or create a free IFTTT account here.
2. To allow IFTTT to access your RainMachine, click on Channels and search for RainMachine channel.
3. Follow on screen instruction to login on the RainMachine using your email and RainMachine password.
4. After the RainMachine channel is connected you can define your own rules, or recipes, as in the example below, or you can use predefined recipes.

Recipe example: “Water my roses when the temperature exceeds 100F.”

1. Click on “My Recipes”, and then “Create a Recipe”.
2. Click on the “this” portion of the Recipe.

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3. Search for “Weather” channel, and click “Connect”.
4. Enter your ZIP code for location, and click “Done”.
5. Choose the trigger: “Current temperature rises above” and enter 100F. Press “Create trigger”.
6. Click on the “that” portion of the Recipe

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7. Choose “RainMachine” as action channel and choose an action (e.g.: Start a zone). 8. Select what zone to start and for how long, and click “Create Action”. 9. Click “Create Recipe” and you are done ! Anytime the temperature rises above 100F your roses will get more water.