OWL power meter Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter

Posted on
Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:36 am
PME999 offline
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OWL power meter Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter

Hello
I would like to know if it is possible to create devices from the Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter (Part No. TSE200-001) of OWL which works in 433Mhz. The device transmit informations and my RFXTRX433E is detecting something :

RFXCOM Error unknown device type detected (type = 91)

but impossible to create a device. Is there a solution (I know it is working with VERA and RFXTRX or RFPLAYER but I would like to make it possible directly in INDIGO)
I would like to avoir to buy an internet transmitter. With the plugin OWL network I think this solution should work
Thanks for help
Patrice

Posted on
Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:39 am
FlyingDiver offline
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Location: Southwest Florida, USA

Re: OWL power meter Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter

I don't know about the RFXCOM plugin, but if you have (or get) an RFPlayer dongle then my plugin for it should work.

Never tested with an Owl device, but the RFPlayer specs say it works and I can tweak the code if necessary.

joe (aka FlyingDiver)
my plugins: http://forums.indigodomo.com/viewforum.php?f=177

Posted on
Thu Oct 10, 2019 2:29 pm
PME999 offline
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Re: OWL power meter Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter

Hello
Thanks for the answer. I will test it again and keep you informed
Patrice

Posted on
Fri Oct 11, 2019 2:05 am
b_weijenberg offline
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Re: OWL power meter Intuition 3 Channel Transmitter

Maybe you can add the CM180i to the plug-in with this information:
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ELEC4

Used by: receiver only

struct {
   BYTE   packetlength;
   BYTE   packettype;
   BYTE   subtype;
   BYTE   seqnbr;
   BYTE   id1;
   BYTE   id2;
   BYTE   count;
   BYTE   ch1_high;
   BYTE   ch1_low;
   BYTE   ch2_high;
   BYTE   ch2_low;
   BYTE   ch3_high;
   BYTE   ch3_low;
   BYTE   total1;
   BYTE   total2;
   BYTE   total3;
   BYTE   total4;
   BYTE   total5;
   BYTE   total6;
   BYTE   battery_level : 4;
   BYTE   rssi : 4;
} CURRENT_ENERGY;

packetlength:
Packet length (this byte not included) = 0x13

packettype:
0x5B = Current with power sensors

subtype:
0x01 = ELEC4 is CM180i

seqnbr:
Sequence number. This field contains a sequence number from 0x00 to 0xFF.

Id1-2:
sensor ID.

count:
count field increments with each transmission.

ch1:
high = high byte, low = low byte. Ampere channel 1 * 10

ch2:
high = high byte, low = low byte. Ampere channel 2 * 10

ch3:
high = high byte, low = low byte. Ampere channel 3 * 10

total:
This field is only valid if count is zero.
total1 = high byte, total6 = low byte. Must be divided by 223.666 to get the total usage in Wh

battery_level:
0x9 = full
0x0 = empty

rssi:
Signal strength.
0x0 to 0xF = weak to strong

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