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Use Z-wave.me controller 06443 as scene controller



I have included the z-wave.me 06443 wall controller in my network. The HC2 is the primary controller and the 06443 shows in the HC2 as a device of kind: Remote controller.

I have also added the parameter 13, data type 1d, value 1 and parameter 14, data type 1d, value 1, but I am unsure if that was necessary

I did not want to make any association with this controller and my other devices, I just wanted the 06443 to be able to start some scenes. To do that I was expecting to be able to select the some triggers on the device while editing a scene. However I can select the device in editing a scene (using the blocks interface), but only with conditions like ON, OFF Opened, etc. None of these conditions seem to triggered by a UP of DOWN click on the wall controller.

I seem to miss some understanding, who can help?



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Try this LUA scene, it should show you sceneactivation ID-s if there is some. Add scene and look the debugging window, then press switch and have a look - does it show some ID-s. If not, then maybe your controller do not have sceneactivation functionality?

Change ID-s to yours


%% properties

20 sceneActivation

%% globals


local id = 20;

local name = fibaro:getName(id)


ActiveSceneId =tonumber(fibaro:getValue(id,"sceneActivation"));


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  • Thanks Lauri, I haven't used lua, but I will switch over to it and try.

    [ Added: 2013-11-22, 19:45 ]


    I tried your lua code (without the tonumber, because I think debug needs a string)

    but got no SceneActivationId's just:

    [DEBUG] 19:43:37: Zwave.me

    [DEBUG] 19:43:39

    Also with value 3 for parameters 13 and 14 , still no response

    but I am pretty sure the controller had sceneactivation functionality

    any suggestions?

    [ Added: 2013-11-23, 23:37 ]

    I read in another post (

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    ) that the HC2 has not implemented SceneActivation for the duwi zwave.me controller. So that explains. I hope Fibaro comes with a fix in the near future.

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