cec-timer is a set of system d timers and services that will turn off and on cec controlled TVs at specific times, it was designed to be used on Fedora using a Raspberry Pi 3 and uses cec-ctl to control the cec device.
How to use
- Enable cec on your TV, it may go by different names depending on the vendor, a list of names and a guide can be found here
- Enable the system d timers and initialization service
systemctl enable cec-on.timer cec-off.timer cec-initialize.service
- Either reboot or
systemctl start cec-initialize.serviceand the tv should turn on and off at the times specified by the timer files
Edit the timer files (located at
/usr/lib/systemd/system/cec-on/off.timer) for your desired days and times to turn the monitor on and off.
If you are using a different cec control device than the raspberry pi 3, you may need to configure the
cec-initialize.servicefor your device.
- Turning on and off an office dashboard TV at specific times so that it doesn't waste energy running when people aren't around
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