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  2. fkruis

    DENON Plugin not working

    i just tried the link on the website/ it still works. you have to make a account and introduce yourself to the community at this link https://www.domotique-fibaro.fr/forum/6-nouveau-présentez-vous/ google translate version: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.domotique-fibaro.fr%2Fforum%2F6-nouveau-pr%C3%A9sentez-vous%2F&edit-text= Then you will be able to download the virtual device.
  3. A.Smolinski

    Motion sensor

    What are your sensitivity settings? Are you sure there isn't any source of air etc that could be triggering it? Or do you mean that it senses movement when it's not armed?
  4. stefank

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @Sirhideo Yes I can do that, already have a scene for that. But my intention was that the LED's are showing not the switch position but the blind movement. Sometimes I also use a scene or the blind switches (which are connected to the rollershutter) to move my blinds and it would be nice to have the LED's working also then.
  5. Sirhideo

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @stefank so it triggers manually. How about, if you press switch up then leds do what it should be? instead of relying shutter value.
  6. stefank

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @Sirhideo I trigger my blinds normally via a z-wave wallswitch which has associations set to the rollershutters.
  7. Sirhideo

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @stefank how do you normally trigger blind move ?
  8. sergio

    Z-wave network configuration

    I have a plant with more than 100 modules. Sometimes I have problems: The scenarios act late; Sometimes the commands are not executed. I have the doubt that, in some cases, the radio signal tries to be repeated for more than 4 modules. This is impossible. So, I wanted to correct any pre-addressing errors in the mesh network. Am I wrong? Do you have any suggestions? Should I associate another control unit via the LAN network? Thank you.
  9. petergebruers

    supports the HC2 to more than 70 Wall plug?

    Hi! I'll tell you upfront I have all my devices in a "cube" about 10 m x 10 m x 15 m so my network is very compact. About half of them is mains-powered so this about the same number as you would like to install. But unfortunately, it is difficult to extrapolate. I do not have experience with multiple HC2' s but I do have some background and I can explain why I have not much to gain by installing a 2nd HC2. There are 2 ways to add a controller: as a "secondary controller" (secondary *static* controller to be more precise) which is a Z-Wave thing and is not Fibaro-specific. as a "gateway" which is a Fibaro-only thing. Based on my own experience, and reports from other users, I'd stay away from "secondary controller". As the name implies, it adds a controller to an existing Z-Wave network. All devices can talk to both controllers, which seems a good thing, but there are a lot of issues with that concept (for instance: most devices can only report to one controller...). Because devices in a single network can use IDs 1 to 232, with 1 reserved for the first controller and another ID for the second, you can have a maximum of 230 devices. Not many people have reported about his kind of concept, but I'd say "it rarely meets your expectations". Here is a quote in an unrelated topic: That post is a year old... But I tried more recently and I would still say... stay away from "secondary controller" I do not have any experience with the other concept, "gateway connection" It is a completely different beast. All controllers have their own Z-Wave network. So 2 x HC has a theoretical maximum of 2 x 231 devices. Also, they can be geographically separate. The setup uses the concepts of "master" and "slave". As far as I understand it, it is still not 100% transparent though. A HCL might be an option, but it can only be a slave. Here is a recent topic about it: Would this increase the reliability if your setup? Tough question! Z-Wave has multiple channels, but the way they operate is a bit complex (and the word "channel" can mean different things depending on context. Sometimes they mean RF but sometimes they talk about "supported speed and protocol"). This is an over-simplification but nevertheless I'd say it is useful to know. If you have two controllers, with a bunch of the devices on them, they still operate in the same frequency band. So although maybe the networks may seem separate they still interfere (causing collisions and retransmissions). It depends on the location of transmitters and receivers. Also, each Z-Wave acts as a mesh network... When you have two separate networks (gateway setup) then you have two mesh networks. Is this good or bad? Hard to say! I am speculating, there is some optimum size for a mesh based on the thickness off the walls, device type (generation), spatial layout. Consider an extreme case: one controller has 57 mains devices, the other has 3. If the small network has a lot of distance to cover, the mesh is too small. Also, you add a layer of complexity (replication of data, management). Unfortunately , because gateway controllers have their own Z-Wave network, you cannot simply move devices between the physical networks. Its "exclude and include". On the other hand... If you "search" on this forum not many issues turn up. It is definitely being used, and Fibaro installer/resellers should have at least made a test setup once. In conclusion, I'd say, in all honesty... I cannot answer your question. One has to know its own limitations! I have zero experience with HC master/slave setups, and how they affect performance!
  10. stefank

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @Sirhideo No it's just the other way. If the blind is moving and I keep pressing the start button of the test scene then I only get the start value i.e. 11. When I stop the blind and now start the test scene again, then it shows the new position value. So during movement of the blind there is no change.
  11. Today
  12. raffsa

    Gniazdko podwójne - podłączenie

    Podwójne gniazdka tak mają, jedyna możliwość to dołożenie puszki i dwa pojedyncze gniazdka.
  13. Is there any instructions for using the Philips Hue plug-in? Because I was unable to use before, control did not respond. After that, replacing the solution controlled by the virtual device solved the customer's problem.
  14. petergebruers

    How long last fibaro hc2 on power supply ups ?

    I agree with what the other users said. I'd say the load of the HC2 is < 20 W so if you put that number in an UPS calculator, you can find out the run time. If the UPS has an HTTP interface, you might be able to write code (or find code) to get status of the UPS on your HC2. For instance, to do an automatic clean shutdown of your controller. Although the HC2 has USB connectors, it does not support it... Not really an answer to your question... But often overlooked when people buy an UPS. If your controller is on UPS and there is a power cut, the controller might send a command to a device and decide it is "dead". If you have the "default polling," this happens at regular intervals so very likely *all* your mains powered devices will go "dead" after a power cut, requiring action to bring them back online. A global option can change this behavior. But when a node is really dead, sending data to that node might cause delays on your network. So if you have never worried about "dead devices" you might want to learn more about what they are and to to handle them, there are several posts on this forum. Did you buy an HC2 or are you still researching if it is reliable enough for you (I am referring to some of your previous questions)?
  15. Sirhideo

    RollerShutter moving direction as trigger

    @stefank You keep pressing start button of the test scene while blind is moving and have the above screenshot right? If so, now we know that > 0 means blind is moving up (0 towards 99), where < 99 is moving down (99 towards 0). --[[ %% properties xxx value -- your roller shutter device ID %% events %% globals --]] if tonumber(fibaro:getValue(shutterId, 'value')) > 0 then -- Opening? repeat fibaro:sleep(1000) until tonumber(fibaro:getValue(shutterID, 'value')) > 10 -- yes it is opening... fibaro:call(Led1ID, "turnOn") fibaro:sleep(1000) fibaro:call(Led2ID, "turnOff") end if ( tonumber(fibaro:getValue(shutterId, 'value')) < 99 ) then repeat fibaro:sleep(1000) until tonumber(fibaro:getValue(shutterID, 'value')) < 90 fibaro:call(Led1ID, "turnOff") fibaro:sleep(1000) fibaro:call(Led2ID, "turnOn") end Try this, you may want to set the until value closer to 0 or 99 to make the LED action response faster. This scene however won't work if you intentionally stop the blind between 0 and 99. If it doesn't work, it looks like that Global Variable is needed. let me know the result. btw, you can use @myid so that I can receive an email whenever this post is updated.
  16. I will try to do this when I got some free time.
  17. Yesterday
  18. Smarterelec

    Honeywell camera api

    Hi, There is no plugin that Im aware of for Honeywell cameras. I used the generic IP plugin with no success and also tried adding it simply as a camera through devices. Its an IP camera sitting on my network in the same subnet which is recorded on an NVR on the same subnet. Its a mixed bag of camera brands. I'm using a HCL in this case.
  19. With this kind of problem I always use the fibaro:debug() function, just monitor what is happening. I'm definitely not a code-guru, so I always use a lot of these debug functions. I have had some issues in the past, maybe you could check out if it is local variable problem. When local = <variable> written in a loop or function, the variable in the mainloop will not be effected, only in the loop/function. I suggest you would add some fibaro:debug() functions, just to understand where it's coming from.
  20. pogo

    Gniazdko podwójne - podłączenie

    Niestety to standard, że gniazdka podwójne tak są zbudowane. Chyba trzeba by to jakoś rozwiercić i samodzielnie polutować.
  21. Witaj. Z instrukcji urządzenia wynika, że jest w tym module zacisk do podłączenia przycisków zewnętrznych(dodatkowych). Z opisu zrozumiałem, że przyciski mają podawać masę "N" na ten zacisk i wtedy moduł ma zareagować... Czy może korzystasz z tego rozwiązania? bo u mnie coś wybuchło i nie wiem dla czego?!
  22. Witam, Mam już prawie zakończony etap podłączania oświetlenia Teraz powolutku będę podłączał (i co ważniejsze kompletował stopniowo sprzęt) gniazdka elektryczne. Mam jednak pytanie. Rozkręciłem 2 gniazdka i wszędzie mam przy gniazkach podwójnych 3 podłączone przewody: neutralny, faza, uziemienie. Jak podłączyć double switcha by każde z dwóch gniazdek (w gniazdku podwójnym było sterowane oddzielnie)? Może kupiłem jakieś niewłaściwe gniazdka, gdyż one też mają wejście na 3 przewody. Jeżeli coś napisałem śmiesznie, bądź poniżej progu bólu bardziej doświadczonych userów - to sorka. Ale autentycznie nie wiem jak to rozbrykać. Chciałbym mieć oddzielnie wejście w gniazdku na fazę górnego gniazdka i oddzielnie na fazę dolnego. PS. Czy można podłączyć relay Switch i on też w czasie rzeczywistym będzie pokazywał zużycie prądu przez odbiornik w danym gniazdku? Będę ogromnie wdzięczny za podpowiedź od kogoś z większym stażem. Z góry bardzo dziękuję. Pozdrawiam, mario709
  23. treblade

    Hikvision DS-2CD2085FWD-I no Snapshot

    With the old camera I could click on the symbol and a photo was sent to me by email
  24. ReneNL

    Smart Meter reading with PI1Monitor

    Hi @evanbeem, I use something similar. What I have done is the following. Basic idea is to use one of the z-wave modules which does not have an actual power usage measurement to store/report the difference between the total actual power (W) as reported by the p1/smartmeter and the total power usage as reported by the other zwave modules. This way fibaro will report the correct total kW/kWh, etc. I have added some lines in your lua script to make this happen. I made edits line 45-63. Hope this help. Rene. -- Ophalen device id voor de labels MyId = fibaro:getSelfId() -- Ophalen Json table uit de PI1monitor -- -- Inhoud Json tabel -- --TIMESTAMP: tijdstip van gegevens. --P1DB_PROCESSED: verwerkt 0=nee, 1=ja. --VERBR_KWH_D: verbruik tijdens dal uren. --VERBR_KWH_P: verbruik tijdens piek uren. --GELVR_KWH_D: teruggeleverd dal uren. --GELVR_KWH_P: teruggeleverd piek uren. --TARIEFCODE: dal of piek tijdstip (D/P). --ACT_W_VERBR: actuele verbruik. --ACT_W_GELVR: actuele teruggeleverd. --VERBR_KWH_SUM: totaal verbruik (W). --GELVR_KWH_SUM: totaal teruggeleverd (W). --VERBR_GAS: verbruik van gas (dm3). --DATA_IS_OK: 1 in orde, 0 niet in orde. --STATUS: production=ok, test, deprecated = verdwijnt in de toekomst. -- local PI1 = Net.FHttp("192.168.0.13", 80) apiResult, apiStatus, apiErrorCode = PI1:GET("/json/apiV3basic.php?"); if (apiStatus ~= "200") then fibaro:debug("Error in calling apiV3basic.php ; apiStatus "..apiStatus.."; apiErrorCode ".. apiErrorCode.."; apiResult ".. apiResult) else apiResult = apiResult:gsub("%[", "") -- clean up the apiResult by removing [ and ] apiResult = apiResult:gsub("%]", "") jsonTable = json.decode(apiResult) -- JSON decode the cleaned-up json string from api to lua-table -- Actuele tijd van de meting act_datumTijd = jsonTable.TIMESTAMP tarief_code = jsonTable.TARIEFCODE act_tijd = string.sub(act_datumTijd, (string.find(act_datumTijd, " ", 1) + 1)) fibaro:debug(act_datumTijd) fibaro:debug(act_tijd) fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label7.value", act_tijd.." "..tarief_code) -- Actueel netto verbruik (- opbrengst) naar veld 2 act_verbruik = jsonTable.ACT_W_VERBR act_opbrengst = jsonTable.ACT_W_GELVR netto_verbruik = act_verbruik - act_opbrengst -- netto verbruik / delta local i=0 local total_devices = 0 local maxNodeID = 350 local deviceValue = 0 local delta_power = 0 local powerID = 77 -- change to ID where you want to capture the 'delta' power for i = 0, maxNodeID do if fibaro:get(i, 'power') ~= nil and i~=powerID then deviceValue = fibaro:get(i, 'power') total_devices = total_devices + deviceValue end end delta_power = tonumber(netto_verbruik) - total_devices --fibaro:debug(delta_power) api.put("/devices/"..powerID, {["properties"]={["power"]=delta_power}}) -- end of stuff I added fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label2.value", netto_verbruik.." Wh") -- Meterstanden cum_verbruik_dal = jsonTable.VERBR_KWH_D fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label3.value", cum_verbruik_dal.." KWh") cum_verbruik_piek = jsonTable.VERBR_KWH_P fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label4.value", cum_verbruik_piek.." KWh") cum_opbrengst_dal = jsonTable.GELVR_KWH_D fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label5.value", cum_opbrengst_dal.." KWh") cum_opbrengst_piek = jsonTable.GELVR_KWH_P fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label6.value", cum_opbrengst_piek.." KWh") --fibaro:call(MyId, "setProperty", "ui.Label3.value", opbrengst.." Wh") --printVerbruik = string.format("%.3f", (verbruik/1000)) --printOpbrengst = string.format("%.3f", (opbrengst/1000)) --fibaro:debug ("Verbruik = : "..printVerbruik.." kWh") --fibaro:debug ("Opbrengst = : "..printOpbrengst.." kWh") --sleep(300) -- -- Debugging only -- --fibaro:debug("The decoded table results are :"); -- for exploring the JSONtable --for k, v in pairs(jsonTable) do -- fibaro:debug ("KEY " ..k.." VALUE "..v) --end; end
  25. SpaceCompany

    DENON Plugin not working

    any hope you can help me with this VD ? the linked website doesnt have it anymore...
  26. treblade

    Hikvision DS-2CD2085FWD-I no Snapshot

    Thanks for the help here the photo
  27. SpaceCompany

    Projector Screen

    Follow the instructions when including your roller shutter device within the HC. It will tell you how it calculates its up and down max with the rollershutter.
  28. SpaceCompany

    Honeywell camera api

    HI, welcome to the forum. Whats your setup, did you use a plugin from fibaro within the HC ?
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