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by evansj
11 Aug 2014 15:35
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Slave node configuration
Replies: 1
Views: 2641

Slave node configuration

Is it possible to configure RaZberry as a slave node, to be added to an existing network? If so, are there any code samples anywhere showing this?

I want to experiment with adding it to my Fibaro system as a slave node, with different reported capabilities etc.

Thanks
by evansj
16 Jul 2013 01:13
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Server has not completely started yet
Replies: 0
Views: 1792

Server has not completely started yet

<t>I added another device to my network, then also took the opportunity to apt-get update and apt-get upgrade. I rebooted my Pi as it had been up for over a month, and now I can't load the user interface in Z-Cloud.<br/> <br/> The z-agent seems to be running fine, but when I go to z-cloud I get the ...
by evansj
24 Jun 2013 21:48
Forum: Device specific
Topic: Aeon multisensor + Fibaro double relay switch FGS221
Replies: 3
Views: 2104

Aeon multisensor + Fibaro double relay switch FGS221

<t>I have a RaZberry with Z-Cloud installed. I'm trying to set up some automation tasks and scenes.<br/> <br/> I've configured scenes "Porch light on" and "Porch light off". The porch light is connected to one of the outputs of the Fibaro FGS221. The scenes work fine when manually activated.<br/> <b...
by evansj
24 Jun 2013 21:48
Forum: Device specific
Topic: Aeon multisensor + Fibaro double relay switch FGS221
Replies: 3
Views: 2104

I can't even create a simple

<t>I can't even create a simple rule triggered by the motion detector. It never triggers. According to the Aeon multisensor manual, it is supposed to send a Basic set (0xFF) to associated devices when triggered. It's associated with Device 1, my RPi with RaZberry & Z-Way. I can't get the rule to...
by evansj
26 Apr 2013 12:39
Forum: Device specific
Topic: Fibaro door-sensor FGK-10x
Replies: 9
Views: 4117

You cn also do it using a special predefined scene.

"You cn also do it using a special predefined scene." - please can you explain? Thanks. :)