Salus Smart Plug SP600

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Tue Mar 03, 2020 9:59 am
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Re: Salus Smart Plug SP600

Take a look at this page: OTA updates

I am not seeing the update_available at the moment.

Looks like you have to publish a message to zigbee2mqtt to perform the update. :)

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Tue Mar 03, 2020 1:02 pm
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Re: Salus Smart Plug SP600

autolog wrote:
Take a look at this page: OTA updates

I am not seeing the update_available at the moment.

Looks like you have to publish a message to zigbee2mqtt to perform the update. :)


Yes, I looked and decided that an older working firmware was better than a bricked one as they are still working it out and basically I will wait for someone to bring out an idiot proof way of updating.

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Re: Salus Smart Plug SP600

autolog wrote:
I think it is because that function isn't available in the MQTT Shim plugin. It effectively tells Indigo to zero the Total Usage. It isn't a zigbee2mqtt problem AFAICS. I expect it will be added in due course once it is reported to Joe.


Actually that command is supposed to tell the device to reset it’s counter. I haven’t implemented it in the shim because I have no idea what it’s supposed to look like. Does the documentation for the Salus plug show how to do that via MQTT?

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Wed Mar 04, 2020 10:22 am
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Re: Salus Smart Plug SP600

FlyingDiver wrote:
autolog wrote:
I think it is because that function isn't available in the MQTT Shim plugin. It effectively tells Indigo to zero the Total Usage. It isn't a zigbee2mqtt problem AFAICS. I expect it will be added in due course once it is reported to Joe.


Actually that command is supposed to tell the device to reset it’s counter. I haven’t implemented it in the shim because I have no idea what it’s supposed to look like. Does the documentation for the Salus plug show how to do that via MQTT?


Unfortunately they don't say anything, it is a case of buy the Salus hub and update with the app, no mention of zigbee in the very useless docs.
The only place I can find anything about OTA updates is on the zigbee2mqtt GitHub repository and they are still working it out, seems so far they can update
IKEA TRÅDFRI devices
Ubysis devices
Salus SP600 Smart plug
Osram/Ledvance devices

autolog wrote:
Take a look at this page: OTA updates

I am not seeing the update_available at the moment.

Looks like you have to publish a message to zigbee2mqtt to perform the update. :)

CliveS

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Sun May 24, 2020 6:57 am
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Re: Salus Smart Plug SP600

It now looks like zigbee2mqtt has worked out the OTA update, well as far as the Salus SP600 plug is concerned.

Just successfully updated the firmware with MQTT Explorer.

Details can be found at...

autolog wrote:
Take a look at this page: OTA updates

I am not seeing the update_available at the moment.

Looks like you have to publish a message to zigbee2mqtt to perform the update. :)

CliveS

Indigo 7.4.1 : MacOS Catalina 10.15.1 : Mac mini Server (Mid 2011) : 2 GHz Core i7. : 8 GB. : 2 x 256GB Samsung EVO SSD
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