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Re: DIN rail cabinet mounted Single Board computer solution for OpenRemote
Good morning Steven, I'm sorry you haven't had any luck getting a Velbus server up and running on your RaspberryPi, I was rather hoping it would work for you. Did you try the VelServ application that is mentioned in that post you saw on the Vellerman forum? If you'd like one of the ready
Re: Request for help with: Zwave.log shows node but dev.log state node is not known
I'm currently working on a bugfix and let let you know when a new version is available.
Re: Zwave door sensor
thanks! greatly appreciate the quick responses on this forum. I will try adding the association configuration in the node file as you have pointed out and test it out. I am already using the 3.1.2 Beta 1 version of the zwave file. Out of curiosity, is there anything special or different about
Panel resolution issue
Hello, I used to have a panel with 320 x 480 resolution. Once an update to the iOS app appeared I created a new panel with a custom resolution (640 x 1136), so it could match the resolution of my iPhone 5; foolishly, I also deleted the old panel. The problem is that, on my iPhone 5, I only see
Re: Zwave door sensor
Configuring a security enabled battery powered device works only if you use the currently most up to date Z-Wave version : Z-Wave 3.2.1 Beta 1 (*REPLACE* zwave.jar in the folder /webapps/controller/WEB-INF/lib)
Re: Zwave door sensor
The file node8.xml looks good so far that means the device has been successfully included and (secure) communication with the device works very well. Currently the sensor device doesn't know where to send the status update because a Z-Wave association from the device to the controller is
Re: Zwave door sensor
I don't want to get overly technical but there are highly technical docs out there now.. Sigma has opened access. If you want to read all the gory details, they are available to you. Security can be S0 or S2 with S2 further divided into 3.. so that door locks (perimeter security) devices perform
Re: Zwave door sensor
Thanks for your comments and thoughts. They do have security enabled- the node file shows security. However I can get the battery status to work with the "battery" command. So i have a feeling it is not related to security. Looking at the command classes in the node file, it looks like it uses
Re: Zwave door sensor
If this is "eerily similar to the aeon labs one" and not just in looks, then it uses the Security feature and that means it is unusable to other Controllers, in parallel. I have 4 of the Aeon ones and I have tried to get them working with OR with no success. They all connect to SmartThings, and
Re: Request for help with: Zwave.log shows node but dev.log state node is not known
I have a Fibaro FGD-212 (dimmer 2) On Monday, 9 January 2017 16:39:09 UTC, Rainer Hitz wrote: > > There seems to be a bug with security enabled multi channel devices - > presumably this combination (security/multi channel) hasn't been tested so > far. > > What type of device do you have ? >
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