Hacking support for Z-Wave Central Scene Command Class

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Re: Hacking support for Z-Wave Central Scene Command Class

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Thu Apr 07, 2016 5:57 am
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Not heard of that one before!


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Thu Jun 30, 2016 2:37 am
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Matt: I still hope you have implementation of ZRC-90 on your todo list. :-) I am really eager to buy this device to enable better light control. Thanks for all the good work!

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Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:12 pm
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hishamk wrote:
it just spits out the Z-Wave requestReply coming from the controller such as:

Single click:
RCVD requestReply1: 01 0B 00 04 00 03 05 5B 03 76 00 01 D9 (hex)

Byte 6 is the device number, 0x03 in this case.
Byte 12 is the button number, 0x01 in this case.
Byte 10 is the level, 0x76 in this case (up from 0x75) (decimal 118)
Byte 11 is the type of press, with 0x0 being a single click.


I'm struggling with this.

Please could anyone with one of these, post up their command for button 1 click like hishamk has so I can compare with mine?


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Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:26 am
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This is a one button (0x00) click (fifth button, 0x05) on device 0x5D (93)

['01', '0B', '00', '04', '00', '5D', '05', '5B', '03', '28', '00', '05', 'DD']

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:32 am
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Have you got more than one of these ZRC90's?

I thought your device ID was 03 in your first post above?


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Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:54 am
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Yea, a few more :)

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:59 am
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Cool - is that device id unique across the units then? I presumed it would be the same, otherwise they can only manufacture 255 of them?


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Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:17 am
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howartp wrote:
Cool - is that device id unique across the units then? I presumed it would be the same, otherwise they can only manufacture 255 of them?


That's the id assigned by the z-wave controller (address under Indigo lingo). It may change if you unpair/pair the device again (I've noticed that with my Aeon Z-Stick Gen5). Z-Wave controllers support around 232 devices, so comfortably less than the 255 that a single byte id can provide. I guess controllers should end up re-using id slots that have had devices unpaired, but the Z-Stick just goes up to the next available slot in my usage so far.

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:27 am
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Re: Hacking support for Z-Wave Central Scene Command Class

Correct, the Z-Wave controller (Z-Stick, etc.) will reuse unused (excluded) node IDs once it hits the limit.

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:36 am
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Ah, I'd not realised the zwave device ID in these posts is the hex/dec conversion of the indigo node ID!

That makes more sense.


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It's not an Indigo id, but rather the Z-Wave node ID. It's not assigned by Indigo but by the controller that included it into the network.

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:46 am
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Whatever :-)

It's the node ID that's shown in Indigo versus what's shown in the ZWave log. :-)


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Tue Sep 27, 2016 12:52 am
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Hi,

Is there any further word on Indigo support for the Remotec ZRC-90 Scene Master?

I have just acquired one to replace an ageing Aeotec Mini Mote, but no luck. Nothing in the event log apart from battery status update, unless I turn on ZWave logging.

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