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by AlphaX2
10 Sep 2015 23:51
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: v2.0.1-rc37 Periodical Sensor Polling
Replies: 5
Views: 5661

Re: v2.0.1-rc37 Periodical Sensor Polling

Same problem here, my old DüWi plugs never update. Not fixed in V2.1.1-rc2 and not working since 2.0.1-rc7 or rc8.

AlphaX2
by AlphaX2
07 Sep 2015 01:25
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: SMS and Email Notifications
Replies: 20
Views: 31830

Re: SMS and Email Notifications

Hi again, as I said, my Python script is finished to a point I think it's okay. Not perfect, but working as it should! :) #!/usr/bin/env python3 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import os import sys import json import time import smtplib import requests ### script properties ### # edit the data after ":" to ...
by AlphaX2
05 Sep 2015 00:19
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: How to change RaZberry Remote Access ID
Replies: 3
Views: 3297

Re: How to change RaZberry Remote Access ID

You can in theory change your ID with nano, it's saved in: /etc/zbw/userid. But I'm not sure, if this is enough.
As far as I know: you can try deleting all Z-Way related stuff from Raspberry and install Z-Way again, it will change/create new ID, because it's recognized as fresh install.

AlphaX2
by AlphaX2
04 Sep 2015 23:56
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: SMS and Email Notifications
Replies: 20
Views: 31830

Re: SMS and Email Notifications

Hi, in the Z-Way software itself, there are some "apps" to do this, but just with sms.ru (which seems not to send SMS in all countries). So I'm writing for my case(s) a python script. It's not finished yet, but will soon. It's using Google Mail to send emails (created new account) and Mobilant.com f...
by AlphaX2
02 Sep 2015 00:52
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Getting value from water meter sensor
Replies: 1
Views: 1500

Re: Getting value from water meter sensor

Hi,

have you checked, that the device is still number "7" and in all my tests so far - instances was always 0! The string itself is okay and working modified for my devices/instances number (checked with Smoke Sensor).

AlphaX2
by AlphaX2
31 Aug 2015 10:23
Forum: Device specific
Topic: Smoke Sensor - recommendations?
Replies: 15
Views: 12344

Re: Smoke Sensor - recommendations?

Hi again, I've bought the Fibaro FGSS-002 with EN14604 certification. Z-Way inclusion recognizes the sensor with out any problems, even a device description is available for the new 002 version in 2.0.2rc(-8). This is good, because it's very different to the 001 when you look for association groups ...
by AlphaX2
30 Aug 2015 01:36
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Many different Alarm types with Fibaro FGSS-002
Replies: 7
Views: 9650

Many different Alarm types with Fibaro FGSS-002

Hi, I was looking for a ZWave smoke detector and made a choice: it's the new Fibaro FGSS-002, because that one fullfills the EN14604, is very small and uses ZWave Plus. Connecting to Z-Way worked without trouble, but I get many different alarms and it seems there are two alarm types as well. Fibaro-...
by AlphaX2
02 Aug 2015 19:29
Forum: Device specific
Topic: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operated
Replies: 12
Views: 9394

Re: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operate

I will. Interessting fact: the switch reports that it supports Hail (instant update), but never updates. I also tried Niffler app, but it is also not working, I also don't see anything in the log, when switching manually. Is it a problem to poll status every few seconds?! I mean health of the device...
by AlphaX2
02 Aug 2015 13:42
Forum: Device specific
Topic: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operated
Replies: 12
Views: 9394

Re: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operate

Thanks for your help, I've send an email with some pictures. i hope it will help you, let me know if there is something else that I can try/do.

AlphaX2
by AlphaX2
01 Aug 2015 09:03
Forum: Device specific
Topic: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operated
Replies: 12
Views: 9394

Re: DüWi wall plug - don't send update when manually operate

As I wrote they show no Association groups in expert view. A setInterval, or manually Get() updated the state. But I'm not sure if it is good to do, because it causes lot of traffic/sending, isn't it?