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Ninterbt the main characteristic of sending characters so as to stablish a master-slave communication. However, Ninterbt has an specific character set which is parsed by the project in which is used with.

The default character set is the following:

  • Enable and disable the circuit (respectively): "[" and "]";
  • Output activation: "A" ~ "Y";
  • Output deactivation: "a" ~ "y";
  • Manual luminosity control (bar): "1" to "0";
  • Manual luminotisy activation: "{" and "}";
  • Automatic luminosity activation and deactivation (respectively): "<" and ">";
  • Character which is sent for the indentification of enabled outputs (only if the option is enabled): "-";
  • Character which identifies the disabled output (only if the option is enabled): "0";
  • Character which identifies the enabled output (only if the option is enabled): "+";

OBS.: This data is only valid when developer mode is disabled.

Label customization

Since version 1.5, you are able to change the label of the switches. This resource was an interesting suggestion of the community, which comes handy when implementing a home automation project.

Customized style (Versions prior to 1.3.xx)

This application has customized styles for any Android version, adapting itself to the native platform style.