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by Lumberjack
03 Oct 2016 10:14
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: fibaro FGS 213 supported by Razberry?
Replies: 14
Views: 11685

Re: fibaro FGS 213 supported by Razberry?

It seems indeed that switching via the Razberry works fine, however, I tried to associate my Z-Wave.me wall controller (the Z-Wave.me successor to the Duwi one), and I can pick the device and the instance number, but it does not respond to the up/down clicks on the wall controller. Whatever other de...
by Lumberjack
03 Apr 2015 02:44
Forum: Device specific
Topic: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?
Replies: 15
Views: 10863

Re: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?

Thanks for the example. I decided to try it out with a sensor that normally works fine (The everspring, device 5): zway.devices[5].Basic.data.level.bind(function(type) { console.log("fired zway.devices[5].Basic.data.level"); }); No 'fired' message when I triggered the motion sensor. Same for device ...
by Lumberjack
02 Apr 2015 10:38
Forum: Device specific
Topic: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?
Replies: 15
Views: 10863

Re: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?

pofs, thanks for your quick reply. Some questions remain. It is actually a pretty good question why it identifies as Multilevel sensor. And I don't have a reasonable answer to it. Is this something the device reports itself, or is this something provided by metadata such as the ZDDX file? Is there a...
by Lumberjack
02 Apr 2015 02:01
Forum: Device specific
Topic: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?
Replies: 15
Views: 10863

Re: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?

Checked device types of the different motion sensors mentioned and it seems the Everspring and Fibaro sensors report as device type 'Binary sensor' whereas the EZMotion reports as 'Multilevel sensor'. Raw Z Wave messages sent on motion detection seem identical though. Wrong device type detected/used...
by Lumberjack
02 Apr 2015 01:35
Forum: Device specific
Topic: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?
Replies: 15
Views: 10863

Re: EZMotion PIR detector - any success?

I 'solved' this by monitoring the Z-Way logs and trapping a signature that looks like: 01 09 00 04 00 xx 03 20 01 yy where xx = the device id in hex and yy is the level in hex (yy == 0 means motion stopped, yy == FF means motion started) These messages seem correctly formatted and are identical to e...
by Lumberjack
31 Mar 2015 18:36
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Device renaming
Replies: 7
Views: 4006

Re: Device renaming

I was wondering about the names in the different UI's. The old blue GUI has its own naming which is stored in the Rules.xml file, the new blue GUI stores it in the Z-Way config and is retrievable via 'Given name' data field via the API. Strangely these names seem unknown when using the HA modules an...
by Lumberjack
09 Feb 2015 03:35
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: I give up !
Replies: 20
Views: 11726

Re: I give up !

Although I am not giving on the Z-Wave technology myself (too much invested, 50+ devices), I think Mirar is spot on: Its reliability and stability is lacking. There is always something to accuse: RF signals, Sigma stack, the mesh network and reachability of the nodes, messages that get lost, batteri...
by Lumberjack
03 Feb 2015 17:38
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: New Raspberry Pi 2 supported?
Replies: 3
Views: 2692

New Raspberry Pi 2 supported?

Read yesterday: http://www.raspberrypi.org/raspberry-pi-2-on-sale/ Nice board from what I read, 6 times the speed of the old model B/B+. They claim it is fully compatible with the old raspberry pi. Does the same hold for the Razberry compatibility? Hope you can post a response as soon as you have te...
by Lumberjack
27 Nov 2014 11:13
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Z-wave plus feature
Replies: 25
Views: 15462

Re: Z-wave plus feature

Can you make a backup on 1.7.2 and restore that backup on 2.0 with the new device?
by Lumberjack
14 Nov 2014 00:17
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Problem: Fibaro FGS221 Hardware Switch get completely stuck
Replies: 7
Views: 6595

Re: Problem: Fibaro FGS221 Hardware Switch get completely st

Hi Jin, I had the same problem (lockup of the Fibaro switches/dimmers, at least one occurrence per two/three weeks, so less frequent than you, which is quite extreme) and ripped out all (quite a lot, I think somewhere between 10 and 15 switches/dimmers) and sent them back. Good thing I had a good sh...