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I fired a Timer for Default_01, which is unit/group 01, and then fired a Timer for one of my Scenes which is unit/group 03. The following data is the XML SndGrp from the SHN Utility trace and the Insteon traffic trace from Houselinc for Default_01 followed by the same data for my Scene using unit/group 03 …


Message : 1:48:59 PM Thursday, July 17, 2008
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SndGrp
0X2
0X61
0X1
0X11
0X1
0X6



7/17/2008 1:48:59 PM: receiveinsteonraw=02 06 4C A5 00 00 01 CF 11 01
7/17/2008 1:48:59 PM: eventraw=02
7/17/2008 1:48:59 PM: eventraw=03
7/17/2008 1:48:59 PM: receiveinsteonraw=02 06 4C A5 04 56 50 41 11 01
7/17/2008 1:49:00 PM: eventraw=02
7/17/2008 1:49:00 PM: eventraw=03
7/17/2008 1:49:00 PM: receiveinsteonraw=02 06 4C A5 04 93 BF 45 11 01

Message : 1:55:59 PM Thursday, July 17, 2008
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SndGrp
0X2
0X61
0X3
0X11
0X3
0X6



7/17/2008 1:55:59 PM: receiveinsteonraw=02 06 4C A5 00 00 03 CF 11 03
7/17/2008 1:55:59 PM: eventraw=02
7/17/2008 1:56:00 PM: eventraw=03
7/17/2008 1:56:00 PM: receiveinsteonraw=02 06 4C A5 04 93 BF 41 11 03

The Unit number in the Scene definition correlates to the Group number in the SndGrp XML and Insteon Group Broadcast and Group Cleanup Direct message traffic.

EDIT: Unit/Group/Scene numbers are all the same thing. Would have been nice to use Group Number or Scene Number as the field description rather than use a third term, Unit. Just as a Scene and a Group are the same thing. Smarthome or maybe Smartlabs is responsible for using those two terms that describe the same thing.