Anyone have hardware that works with an RFXCOM tranceiver?

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Re: Anyone have hardware that works with an RFXCOM tranceive

#41 Post by bwoodworth » Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:47 pm

OK, so you said you are using the LIGHTWAVERF DIMMER SWITCH object type, but your device is actually a binary cwitch. When you execute the method be sure to remove the 'Level' parameter value. Just leave it blank.
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Re: Anyone have hardware that works with an RFXCOM tranceive

#42 Post by bwoodworth » Wed Jul 31, 2013 2:09 pm

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Re: Anyone have hardware that works with an RFXCOM tranceive

#43 Post by AllSpark » Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:43 pm

Hi Brian

ok so I uploaded your new file this morning, ensured that I left the level parameter blank and guess what... it worked!

Here is the server log, not sure if you will find it useful but just in case:

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08/01/2013 07:40:59.330 AM - --------------Processing Command---------------
08/01/2013 07:40:59.333 AM - Command: ON
08/01/2013 07:40:59.347 AM - Object Name: Binary Socket
08/01/2013 07:40:59.356 AM - Object Type: LIGHTWAVERF DIMMER SWITCH
08/01/2013 07:40:59.376 AM - Object Adress: F1-21-23-01
08/01/2013 07:40:59.379 AM - Executing Lighting5 command
08/01/2013 07:40:59.382 AM - Lighting 5 device
08/01/2013 07:40:59.386 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.packetlength]: 10
08/01/2013 07:40:59.388 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.packettype]: 20
08/01/2013 07:40:59.390 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.subtype]: 0
08/01/2013 07:40:59.392 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.seqnbr]: 6
08/01/2013 07:40:59.394 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id1]: F1
08/01/2013 07:40:59.396 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id2]: 21
08/01/2013 07:40:59.398 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id3]: 23
08/01/2013 07:40:59.399 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.unitcode]: 01
08/01/2013 07:40:59.401 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.cmnd]: 1
08/01/2013 07:40:59.403 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.level]: 0
08/01/2013 07:40:59.422 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.filler]: 0
08/01/2013 07:40:59.424 AM - Writing command to port
08/01/2013 07:40:59.428 AM - Lighting5 command:0A 14 00 06 F1 21 23 01 01 00 00
08/01/2013 07:40:59.430 AM - -----------------------------------------------
08/01/2013 07:40:59.986 AM - ------------------------------------------------
08/01/2013 07:40:59.989 AM -  04 02 01 06 00
08/01/2013 07:40:59.991 AM - ---------------Received Message----------------
08/01/2013 07:40:59.992 AM - Packettype        = Receiver/Transmitter Message
08/01/2013 07:40:59.994 AM - subtype           = Transmitter Response
08/01/2013 07:40:59.995 AM - Sequence nbr      = 6
08/01/2013 07:40:59.997 AM - response          = ACK, data correct transmitted
08/01/2013 07:40:59.999 AM - -----------------------------------------------
08/01/2013 07:41:01.930 AM - --------------Processing Command---------------
08/01/2013 07:41:01.952 AM - Command: OFF
08/01/2013 07:41:01.964 AM - Object Name: Binary Socket
08/01/2013 07:41:01.965 AM - Object Type: LIGHTWAVERF DIMMER SWITCH
08/01/2013 07:41:01.967 AM - Object Adress: F1-21-23-01
08/01/2013 07:41:01.968 AM - Executing Lighting5 command
08/01/2013 07:41:01.970 AM - Lighting 5 device
08/01/2013 07:41:01.972 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.packetlength]: 10
08/01/2013 07:41:01.973 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.packettype]: 20
08/01/2013 07:41:01.974 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.subtype]: 0
08/01/2013 07:41:01.976 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.seqnbr]: 7
08/01/2013 07:41:01.977 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id1]: F1
08/01/2013 07:41:01.979 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id2]: 21
08/01/2013 07:41:01.980 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.id3]: 23
08/01/2013 07:41:01.981 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.unitcode]: 01
08/01/2013 07:41:01.982 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.cmnd]: 0
08/01/2013 07:41:01.996 AM - kar[(byte)LIGHTING5.filler]: 0
08/01/2013 07:41:01.997 AM - Writing command to port
08/01/2013 07:41:02.001 AM - Lighting5 command:0A 14 00 07 F1 21 23 01 00 00 00
08/01/2013 07:41:02.002 AM - -----------------------------------------------
08/01/2013 07:41:02.614 AM - ------------------------------------------------
08/01/2013 07:41:02.617 AM -  04 02 01 07 00
08/01/2013 07:41:02.618 AM - ---------------Received Message----------------
08/01/2013 07:41:02.620 AM - Packettype        = Receiver/Transmitter Message
08/01/2013 07:41:02.621 AM - subtype           = Transmitter Response
08/01/2013 07:41:02.623 AM - Sequence nbr      = 7
08/01/2013 07:41:02.624 AM - response          = ACK, data correct transmitted
08/01/2013 07:41:02.626 AM - -----------------------------------------------
Thanks for all your help with this!

Jamie

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Re: Anyone have hardware that works with an RFXCOM tranceive

#44 Post by bwoodworth » Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:52 pm

Wonderful. I am going to post a new full version of the plugin on the plugin page. Once it is is up you should install it since I created a new object type for binary switches that will get created when you install it. It won't have the 'Level' parameter to worry about.
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