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Vision wireless siren not showing battery level


marcand
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Hi

I'm using some LUA to keep track on and warn if the battery level is low on any of my devices. When I recently added the Vision Wireless Siren to my setup, I found that the battery level is always reported as 0 and isBatteryOperated is set to 2. Comparing with the fibaro door sensors, they report the correct battery level and also isBatteryOperated as 1.

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show that the device has the battery level command - why isn't it being reported?

What is the difference between 1 and 2 for the isBatteryOperated attribute?

Anyone here that has a vision that report correct battery level? Maybe my unit is broken.

Does the attribute type matter? I mean, do I need to set it to something specific to get the battery reporting to work?

Hope somebody has a working version of this product...

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