Comfort User Interfaces and Free Apps

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iPhone Home Control Locally via Comfort and over WIFI (local)
http://www.cytech.biz/iphone_app_1.html

Requires:
Comfort Controller CP9000, with firmware 7 or higher
UCM/ETH03 module with firmware 7 or higher
Wifi is required, via a router or wireless Access point for the iPhone connection.
Forum: http://www.comfortforums.com/forum96/2327.html


Comfort iPad App (local)
http://www.cytech.biz/comfort_ipad_app.html

Arm and disarm your security system using your security code.
Zone Status Display – see the state (open, closed, bypassed, or tamper) of your windows, doors and Motion sensors (including KNX sensors)
Home Control – Control lights and appliances including KNX and other systems and see their real time status (on, off or level).
View up to 4 IP cameras
Trouble Conditions display

The app has been designed to be simple to set up and use with no programming required.

Requires:
Comfort Controller CP9000, with firmware 7 or higher
UCM/ETH03 module with firmware 7 or higher
Wifi is required, via a router or wireless Access point for the iPhone connection.

Forum: http://www.comfortforums.com/forum116/3322.html


Android App for Phone or Pad

http://www.cytech.biz/android_app.html

Requires:
CP9000 Controller Firmware version 7.xxx
UCM/ETH03 with Firmware Version 7.xxx
Minimum Android OS 4.0

Phone Version
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.energeek.cytechaphone
Forum: http://www.comfortforums.com/forum110/3212.html

Tablet version
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.energeek.comfort
http://www.comfortforums.com/forum110/3253.html

Forum: http://www.comfortforums.com/forum6/4197.html


Futurehome ‘ComfortClient’ (local
ComfortClient runs on any PC using .NET 4.5 and communicates with Comfort via UCM/ETH03, UCM/USB or UCM/232 interfaces. The ComfortClient is designed to work with “Comfort II” systems only; ie Comfigurator 3.x or later format files (CCLX).

The current versions of ComfortClient can connect to serial (RS-232), USB and Network based UCM’s . UCM/Eth3 though is the recommended module.
https://www.futurehomesoftware.com/overview.html
https://www.futurehomesoftware.com/ComfortClient/helpfile/index.htm

How to Configure Install / ComfortClient (5 videos)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWL83lKDW5w

ComfortClient Forum
http://www.comfortforums.com/forum65/

ComfortClient Plugins
ComfortClient provides support for plug-Ins.

Requires:
Comfort Controller CP9000, with firmware 7 or higher
UCM/ETH03 module with firmware 7 or higher
Windows PC .NET 4.5 and communicates with Comfort via UCM/Ethernet, UCM/USB or UCM/232 interfaces

Forum: http://www.comfortforums.com/forum107


Browser-based Control over VPN
Create a home VPN (virtual private network). This means you can still access your Comfort system remotely without the need to give your comfort system access to the internet. A VPN is like a encrypted extension of your home network to your phone over the internet (this can be 3G) without the need for port forwarding. This also by-passes the need for a Web server to control your system remotely.

Tips on Network Security
http://www.comfortforums.com/view_topic.php?id=3221&forum_id=110&highlight=control+over+web



Program Comfort with Comfigurator
http://www.cytech.biz/comfigurator.html
User Mode in Comfigurator 3.8 allows local control of Comfort over the home network via this software

 

New Comfort Beta UPNP Integration with Amazon Echo and Raspberry Pi via Samsung Smarter Things.

SmartThings / Raspberry Pi / Echo / Alexa (UPNP Beta)

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