The coil player is a config player that's used pulse, enable, or disable coils and drivers.
This is an example:
coil_player: some_event: coil_1 some_other_event: coil_2: action: enable hold_power: .5
In the example above, when the event called
some_event is posted,
coil_1 will pulse. When the event
some_other_event is posted, coil_2
will enable (be held on) at power level 0.5 (means 50% of maximum
Note that the
some_event: coil_1 is entered in a different way than
some_other_event:. The first one has a simple key/value pair,
whereas the second has a complete nested sub-configuration.
The first example shows the "express" config, while the second shows the full config. (What's an "express config?" Details here.
The coil player's express config is the "pulse" action.
Example coil player from a show:
##! show: test - time: 0 coils: coil1: pulse
Usage in config files
In config files, the coil player is used via the
Usage in shows
In shows, the coil player is used via the
coils: section of a step.
See coil_player: for config details.
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