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Aeotec Doorbell 6 i- integration in HC3
Pablo_Supreme posted a question in Other Devices / Third-party devicesHi, I bought the Doorbell 6 to use it with my Fibaro HomeCenter3 and wanted to share with You my thoughts and maybe it will help some of You. So .... I included it and the first test with the Button and thru the Fibaro app were successful - so far so good The problem was now the following: in the HC3 I got 9 devices (135.0 - 135.8) this is what I have in the general tab the device 135.0 I can modify - sound and how loud it is when I change something in the advanced tab of the 135.0 then I get a pop-up- "configuration sent" and "device updated" afterwards the problem starts on the other devices (135.1 - 135.8) - there when I change something then I get a pop-up "configuration sent" but never "device updated" Unfortunately, this is a UI problem with Fibaro and there is nothing what can be done. The Customer Support of AEOTEC was only able to solve this problem with the current beta version 5.071 by switching to Z-Wave Machine 3, but as this is not an option for me (this HC3 version is still in development and is only "Beta" - I have to wait till this will be stable. I figured out that even that there is not coming any info that the configuration was saved the changes are saved but with one thing to remember - You can only change one parameter - sound or how loud it is. Just change it and test it There is one thing what can be changed / modified already - adjustments to light sequences and the length of the sound. I will try to give You a walk thru how to do it, its actually a bit of a difficult parameter setting and not straight forward without the knowledge of how Hexidecimals vs Decimals. I will first attempt to explain this using Hexidecimal, and use a Hexidecimal to Decimal calculator (which you can find online to pull out the final value). Explanation for Parameter 2 - 8 (for each of the sound/volume controls). Parameter 2 = Endpoint 2 / Tamper Parameter 3 = Endpoint 3 / Button 1 Parameter 4 = Endpoint 4 / Button 2 Parameter 5 = Endpoint 5 / Button 3 Parameter 6 = Endpoint 6 / Environment Parameter 7 = Endpoint 7 / Security Parameter 8 = Endpoint 8 / Emergency So to start off with the format you have 4 different bytes which I will list them as variables Value 1 - 4. Each value you'll need to convert into Hex value after you decide the value you want. Value 1 = Light Effect Index (based on Parameter 16 - 22 which determines how it is strobed) This determines which strobe parameter you want this to work. Can be a value of: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 (references Parameter 16 - 22 respectively) 1 (0x01) = Parameter 16 2 (0x02) = Parameter 17 ... 64 (0x40) = Parameter 22 Value 2 = Intercepting duration of a tone (This determines how long the tone is, typically you can cut a tone short using this or extend it) 0 (0x00) = Original duration of the tone, this is preferred for the most consistent sound, so if the sound duration is 22 seconds, it will play for 22 seconds before stopping or the next repeat. 1 - 254 (0x01 - 0xFE) = The amount of seconds until the sound stops. So if you set this to 5, and the sound duration is 22, only 5 seconds would play. Value 3 = Interval between 2 tones (This determines the delay before it repeats the sound again) 0 (0x00) = No delay between repeats. 1 - 254 (0x01 - 0xFE) = Sets the amount of time in seconds before the sound is repeated. So if set to 77 (0x4D), then when the first play of sound stops, it waits another 77 seconds before playing another repeat. Value 4 = Tone Play Count (determines how many repeats there are). 0 (0x00) = Unlimited repeat of sounds until an OFF command is received. 1 - 254 (0x01 - 0xFE) = The amount of repeats your sound does. The final value is like this: 0x(Value1) 0x(Value2) 0x(Value3) 0x(Value4) (Example) I want to use Lighting effect #5, with its original sound duration, 5 seconds between each repeat, and to repeat the sound 55 times before stopping on its own. Lets step this through 1 by 1 with what i want above. (Use a decimal to hexidecimal calculator here). (Value 1) Light effect #5 = 16 decimal = 0x10 hexidecimal (Value 2) Original sound duration = 0 decimal = 0x00 hexidecimal (Value 3) 5 second delay between each repeat = 5 decimal = 0x05 hexidecimal (Value 4) Repeat 55 times = 55 decimal = 0x37 hexidecimal The final value will look like this = Explanation for Parameter 16 - 22 (light effect) Parameter 16 = Light Effect #1 Parameter 17 = Light Effect #2 Parameter 18 = Light Effect #3 Parameter 19 = Light Effect #4 Parameter 20 = Light Effect #5 Parameter 21 = Light Effect #6 Parameter 22 = Light Effect #7 Value1 = amount of 20ms*value to fade brightness to on Range = 0 - 127 (0x00 - 0x7F) Value2 = amount of 20ms*value to fade brightness to off Range = 0 - 127 (0x00 - 0x7F) Value3 = amount of time delay to stay at max brightness (value * 100ms) Range = 0 - 255 (0x00 - 0xFF) Value4 = amount of time delay to stay at no light (value*100ms) Range = 0 - 255 (0x00 - 0xFF) So in this case, this allows you to control how fast brightness of the LED increases/decreases, and how long the LED remains in an OFF or ON state Example calculation So for example we want to determine each value individually. Value 1 = I want LED to dim from 0% to 100% dim level in 1 second (1000ms), so we want to set this to = 50 (0x32) This is set in 20ms 1 seconds = 1000ms To get the value divide the value you want by 20 1000 / 20 = 50 use dec to hex calculator = 32 Value 2 = I want LED to dim from 100% to 0% dim level in 1/2 seconds (500ms) so we want to set this to = 25 (0x19) This is set in 20ms 0.5 seconds = 500ms To get the value divide the value you want by 20 500 / 20 = 25 use dec to hex calculator = 19 Value 3 = I want it to stay at 100% dim level for 4.5 seconds (4500ms) so we want to set this to = 45 (0x2D) This is set in 100ms 4.5 seconds = 4500ms To get the value divide the value you want by 1004500 / 100 = 45 use dec to hex calculator = 2D Value 4 = I want it to stay at 0% dim level for 1.3 seconds (1300ms) so we want to set this to = 13 (0x0D) This is set in 100ms 1.3 seconds = 1300ms To get the value divide the value you want by 100 1300 / 100 = 13 use dec to hex calculator = 0D Input these values into 0x(Value1) 0x(Value2) 0x(Value3) 0x(Value4) To see the change, you must trigger endpoint 3 That's it - I hope this will help You to understand how to modify it. 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