Name Version Release Date Size MD5
Tasker v3.3 Jul 30 2020 1 MB 5783b3bda071222b48775e5ffb9e4b3d
Tasker Manual v3.3 Aug 03 2020 813 KB ddbd22c14395dfac20a51660365e64db
SNMP v3.0 May 14 2020 116 KB 2f6f4b7686a9df9a119048a87ce174a4

No Code, No Programming Necessary. Just configure it and go!

Writing JAVA code on the JNIOR is great and the perfect way to achieve the functionality you want. But, sometime you either dont have the knowledge, expertise or time and want something out-of-the-box that you can just cofigure to get the job done. Tasker is the application for you!

Tasker is an update to the Task Manager application that was first created for the JNIOR Series 3 in 2007. Tasker was ported to the JNIOR Series 4 but the core code was kept the same. A rewrite allows us to implement many new features.  A comparison page between Tasker and Task Manager highlights many of those changes.

Tasker is not loaded on the JNIOR when it is manufactured. It is an add-on application. Please follow the Adding Tasker to a JNIOR guide to get Tasker installed and running on your JNIOR.

Here is a high level list of the features of Tasker

  • Workspace – Workspaces are different configurations of Tasker users can create that can be loaded, edited, and deleted.
  • Tasks – Tasks, or series of actions, can be created that can be executed in a variety of ways. Tasks can now be executed manually, triggered, scheduled, or via remote connection.
  • Devices – Some Actions used in Tasks may depend on Devices. Devices are names given to connections. The names are then used to make configuration easier.
  • Signals – A name given to an I/O point or sensor to make using it in an Action, Trigger or Logger easier.
  • Triggers – A set of conditions to watch for and when met a Task is executed. The signals that are configured will be used.
  • Schedule – Scheduling a Task to execute One Time, Daily, Weekly or by event has never been easier. Events that can cause a Task to be executed are On Boot, Sunrise and Sunset.
  • Loggers – Configuration to make logging easier to use in Task Actions. Loggers ask you to provide a file path, the information to be logged to the file and the retention count. The retention count is the number of files for that specific logger that will be kept.

Upgrading from Task Manager or previous version of Tasker

This version of Tasker uses a different configuration file layout. It is NOT compatible with Task Manager or the previous version of Tasker.

We are here to help. we can help you configure the new version of Tasker to work with your older configuration.

For help, please visit the Tasker Knowledge-base section or use the built-in help in the Tasker applicaiton on the JNIOR.


Here are a few example posts describing how to use Tasker:

If you have any suggestions or a need for Tasker please Contact Us!