Home Automation - Roller Shutter

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dolam
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by dolam » 20 Jun 2014 20:59

I am really happy and thanks the good news.
Zway now works better and I believe that in the future will always be better

jayce
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by jayce » 21 Aug 2014 23:17

@PoltoS
Hello,
Is there a fix in the next version of zway for this module ?
Is there a problem with this module in the pepper.net db ?
Thx

jayce
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by jayce » 08 Sep 2014 21:35

Is there a fix in the next version ? 2.0 ?
Thx

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PoltoS
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by PoltoS » 14 Sep 2014 21:09

The problem is not in Z-Way, but in the device. You just need to change config parameters to make it work.

jayce
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by jayce » 14 Sep 2014 22:12

Hello i'm not agree, the class 0x26 is missing in the configutation file of zway and pepper.net db, when i add it manually the module work fine.

dolam
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by dolam » 14 Sep 2014 22:17

it's the same for me

Eric
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by Eric » 15 Sep 2014 12:16

After you do the calibration the device reports that it can do SwitchMultilevel. At that point Z-Way also supports it when you send SwitchMultilevel commands using JavaScript directly. Z-Way just refuses to record the new command class in the configuration file, so it is not shown in the user interface and after a restart the whole CC is gone again. It works fine with other controllers, it even works with OpenZWave on the Razberry itself(!).

So whether it is a bug in the device or not, the fact remains that it is something that *can* be fixed on the Z-Way side. Taking a principle stand because Fibaro is(?) not following the standard just hurts Razberry and its users. I'm sure Fibaro is not going to lose any sleep over this tiny fraction of the market.

jayce
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by jayce » 15 Sep 2014 12:46

The command class is also missing in the configuration file of the module in pepper.net db (this configuration file is used by zway). I add it manualy in this file, zway don't add the command...

pofs
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by pofs » 15 Sep 2014 23:23

jayce wrote:The command class is also missing in the configuration file of the module in pepper.net db (this configuration file is used by zway). I add it manualy in this file, zway don't add the command...
Z-way takes supported commands from NIF, not from pepper one xml file. You might add it by editing nodeInfoFrame value (either in config file or via JS) on the corresponding device.

jayce
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Re: Home Automation - Roller Shutter

Post by jayce » 16 Sep 2014 08:52

But the better solution is that zway add it automaticly.

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