Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

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Not sure what this means?
"for the second line, replace 'STATE NAME' with the state name of the information you want spoken. It will come from the device in line 1."
Device is line 1?
Do I need to setup variables?

I have:
speakMe = dev.states["Temperature"]
This returns an error message "embedded script: key Temperature not found in dict"

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indigo.server.speak("Hi. My name is %s. My voice is my passport. Verify me." % speakMe)

Love. It. But now I'm going to have to pull that up on Plex sooner rather than later, been too many years! :-)

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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

T-Power wrote:
Not sure what this means?
"for the second line, replace 'STATE NAME' with the state name of the information you want spoken. It will come from the device in line 1."
Device is line 1?
Do I need to setup variables?

I have:
speakMe = dev.states["Temperature"]
This returns an error message "embedded script: key Temperature not found in dict"

T.I.A.

Hi T-Power:

For the first line, right-click on the device in question and look for the device number. and select 'Copy ID'. Then paste that number in place of the 123. That is the device ID.

For the second line, you need to know the precise name of the state you want spoken. If this is a device that is created by a plugin, you can probably just copy that too. Look for a window below the 'Device Details' window and copy the name exactly. Replace "STATE NAME" in the second line with your state name. I've included a picture to help spot it. If it's not a custom plugin device, you can find it by running the following piece of code:
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indigo.server.log(unicode(indigo.devices[YOUR ID HERE]))
and look for a series of states that have been printed to the log along with other information about your device. You should be able to find your states' name there.
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RogueProeliator wrote:
indigo.server.speak("Hi. My name is %s. My voice is my passport. Verify me." % speakMe)

Love. It. But now I'm going to have to pull that up on Plex sooner rather than later, been too many years! :-)

Adam

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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

Hi All,
Just want to know if the DSBO5 multi sensor will display Temp in Fahrenheit in Indigo without any conversions or hoops to jump through?
Can it be set to just display directly in Indigo in Fahrenheit?
Thanks
-Tom

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Tue Feb 03, 2015 1:30 am
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Dave,
Thanks for your time, I got it figured out. It was a bit tricky the first time but got it nonetheless.
Now I have my first Python script.

Thank you

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thomasw wrote:
Hi All,
Just want to know if the DSBO5 multi sensor will display Temp in Fahrenheit in Indigo without any conversions or hoops to jump through?
Can it be set to just display directly in Indigo in Fahrenheit?
Thanks
-Tom

Yes. I believe that Indigo will display the temperature based on the system preferences set on the server (in my case, US or Metric). I have two of these sensors (both display in Fahrenheit) and I don't recall having to set anything when I installed them.

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T-Power wrote:
Dave,
Thanks for your time, I got it figured out. It was a bit tricky the first time but got it nonetheless.
Now I have my first Python script.

Thank you

Glad you got it to work. Hopefully, that makes the WUnderground Plugin example more clear.
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Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:57 am
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Hi Davel.17,
Thanks for the reply, now I can order a couple of these sensors.
-Tom

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Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:31 pm
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Aeon Labs MultiSensor (GEN5)

Hi,

I have a DSB05 working for years.
I have just purchased a new Aeon Labs MultiSensor but GEN5 is now delivered instead of DSB05.

It syncs as an Aeon Labs "Routing Slave" and nothing else.

Here is the log info :
Indigo Device "069 - Routing Slave" Z-Wave Properties:
Indigo Z-Wave Version: 1.0.301
Node ID: 69
Model: Routing Slave
Model ID: 0002004A
Manufacturer: Aeon Labs
Manufacturer ID: 0086
Protocol Version: 3.92
Application Version: 1.02
Model Definition Version: 0
Library Type: 3
Class Name: Routing Slave
Class Hierarchy: 04 : 07 : 01
Command Class Base: 00
Command Versions: 80v1 30v1 84v2 85v1 86v1 71v1 70v1 31v5 72v1 73v1 98v1 59v1 7Av1 5Ev1
Multi-Endpoint Types: - none -
Multi-Endpoint Classes: - none -
Multi-Instance Counts: - none -
Features: routing, battery, beaming, waking
Neighbors: 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 21, 22, 27, 31, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49, 57, 59, 60, 61, 65, 66, 67
Associations: 1:[1]

Thanks for any help,

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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

We have added the new model ID to Indigo – it will be available in the next Indigo release.

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I also ordered the DSB05 and got the GEN5.
And the same sync result as big.philippe has.

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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

Contact us if you'd like to try the new Z-Wave library before we release the next Indigo version.

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Sun Mar 01, 2015 3:26 am
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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

Hi,

FYI, I am currently using the new Z-Wave library and everything is working fine.

Sincerely,

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Re: Aeon Labs MultiSensor (DSB05)

Just received a Gen5. Can I use the new library with current version of 6 to enable it?

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