[quote=“vosmont, post:65, topic:177996”]Hello Andrei,
I’m not sure to understand the fonctionnality.
All my switches (except these created by the plugin) have this variable “enoceanUIswitch”.
Why all my devices are modified ?[/quote]
My non-EnOcean switches have that variable as well, and I have seen no ill effects… (I don’t have any EnOcean switches)
I am trying to control an actuator using my Veraedge, the actuator learn Rocker switch by listenning for 3 on clic in leraning mode. I don’t understand how to emulate the 3 clic wuth my Vera. Any clue ?
Also, has anyone tried using two instances of the plug-in with two different USB sticks? My house is equipped with all 315 Mhz products - roughly 20 WSC04-IRWs, which cost between $35-$75 each, and a WSWDR-I0W for which I paid $150. But I have been seeing the newer 902 Mhz WSWDR-H9W on eBay for around $25 each. Today I just bought a lot of 10 WSWDR-H9Ws for $100 - less than a tenth what I paid for the 315 Mhz version. If we can now get wireless + solar occupancy sensors for $10 (or even $25), then EnOcean goes from an expensive sensor network for Vera to the cheapest available… So I want to test both 315 Mhz and 902 Mhz at the same time. I will have to order a 902 Mhz USB stick…
I just moved from a Vera Lite to a Vera Plus; almost everything works fine.
I had to reinstall the EnOcean plugin after the migration because I had some I/O error logged; my USB EnOcean Gateway key seems now to be recognized but, I’m unable to make it learn my EnOcean switch.
Has anyone moved successfully this plugin to a Vera Plus?
I just paired a light sensor. (Leviton WSCPC-W).
It paired fine, created a light sensor device, but the Light Level is stuck on “0”.
I know it is sending and being received, Vera shows “A valid telegram has been received ! Target device : 00-03-C6-3D-06-02 Light sensor” every 60 seconds or so.
I have a Leviton WSP05-10 3 Wire Relay Receiver. I can’t seem to figure out how to get the USB300C with Vera paired with the relay receiver so that I can toggle it from the Vera. Any thoughts or ideas?
Furthermore, what is the purpose of teach-in with pin code?
I have no problem using the USB300C as a receiver from wireless switches.
So I solved this issue with the two frequencies. I put in a EnOcean cross-band repeater, that takes signals at 315 Mhz and repeats them at 902 Mhz, and vice-versa. It repeats the teach-ins and everything, so you can add devices in the other frequency as normal. The only downsides are price, availability, and having another device to mount.
Expensive at $315 + shipping from Canada, but for me cheaper than replacing my whole network of twenty 315 Mhz sensors ($1000 minimum), and now I can just add 902 Mhz as I want. And if I wanted to move to HA system with EnOcean based on 902 Mhz (Zipato), this would let me use my 315 mhz devices on that other system too…
Availability - from specialty lighting retailers, the link can point to someone local to you. They will have to special order the device.
Mounting - small form factor, but you will want it centrally located and powered (does not come with power supply - it can take a AC or DC in a range of voltages) - for me it was pretty easy, I already had a wireless repeater for my alarm system inside a wall with a run from a 24 V alarm panel power supply. I just mounted next to that device inside the wall and connected in line to the same power supply.
I am about to switch my primary frequency (USB stick) to 902 mhz and use the cross-band repeater to get the 315 Mhz to Vera. You can just swap USB sticks, no need to re-provision. But when I did this previously I found a few 315 mhz sensors that the EchoFlex doesn’t repeat for some reason, so I need to run DolphinView to see what is going on…
I am looking to control enocean products with my vera.
I understood that it was necessary to go through the “Teach-in” mode but I wanted more precision.
What is the pin code you are referring to?
Thank you in advance for your return.
So the bad news is that if you read over this thread, no one has ever included EnOcean switches or other actuators.
The code is there, but as it was never tested with real-world devices, it is likely that there is a bug somewhere in that code.
I don’t have any switches to test with, but I have a plug or two in a box I have never deployed that I could see how they react. I have to think about how I would test - I don’t want to use my production Vera…
What kind of actuators are you trying to include/teach-in?
This is what I understood, but I find it hard to see the point of including enocean switches if it is not possible to control actuators.
Except maybe to order zwave actuator or other …
But as far as I could see the orders placed by vera are not transmitted.
I just need to find some time. What I plan to do is bring an old Vera out of retirement, upgrade it to UI7, install the EnOcean plug-in, and attempt to teach-in one of the plugs I already have. If I can find the bug in the teach-in, that would be the first hurdle, and then I can see if I can control it. From there we can look to see if that section of code also looks like it would also control switches/actuators, and how we would need to troubleshoot your install. (LuaUPNP.log)