CentraLite 4256050-RZHAC Compatibility 2016-04-17T00:22:47+00:00

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  • Anonymous
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    #40491 |

    Hi Dhawal and team,

    I have another one, this time what CentraLite calls a “lamp module”:

    http://www.centralite.com/index.php/products/azela/azela-lamp-module

    I think it is very similar in fact to the SmartenIT ZBMPlug15, so I am hoping this is another one of those quick-add types of devices. 🙂

    Here is the relevant device capabilities JSON for it:

    {
    "components": [
    {
    "capabilities": [
    {
    "Basic": [
    {
    "get": [
    "ZCLVersion",
    "ApplicationVersion",
    "StackVersion",
    "HWVersion",
    "ManufacturerName",
    "ModelID",
    "DateCode",
    "PowerSource",
    "LocationDescription",
    "PhysicalEnviroment",
    "DeviceEnabled",
    "AlarmMask",
    "DisableLocalConfig"
    ]
    },
    "status",
    "ResetToFactoryDefaults"
    ]
    },
    {
    "Identify": [
    {
    "get": [
    "IdentifyTime"
    ]
    },
    "status",
    {
    "Identify": [
    {
    "IdentifyTime": "ushort"
    }
    ]
    },
    "IdentifyQuery"
    ]
    },
    {
    "OnOff": [
    {
    "get": [
    "state"
    ]
    },
    "status",
    "Off",
    "On",
    "Toggle"
    ]
    },
    {
    "ElectricalMeasurement": [
    {
    "get": [
    "ActivePower",
    "RMS_Voltage",
    "RMS_Current",
    "MeasurementType"
    ]
    },
    "status"
    ]
    }
    ],
    "id": "comp1"
    }
    ],
    "id": 54173,
    "image": "default.png",
    "model": "4256050-RZHAC",
    "name": "4256050-RZHAC"
    }

    Any chance I can get this added to the iSmartenIT app? I’m headed out of town on Monday for a week, back after the 17th, so I’m not in a screaming hurry to get this done. 🙂

    Of course, once the zbpserver release with command support in conditions is out, I shouldn’t have to bug you guys about these types of things, but instead be able to add the device support myself through the REST API. Just sayin. 😉

    There is a switch on this device as well. I would like to set up a wizard (action) – my wife tends to leave the curling iron plugged in and turned on when she leaves in the morning. I’d like to either monitor the energy consumed and turn it off when it gets too high, or else monitor when the switch is pressed and turn the power off 30 minutes after it is turned on. Once it is recognized in iSmartenit and the button can be used as a trigger, this should be easy.

    Thanks!
    😀

    Anonymous
    Post count: 259

    Hi sorry for the late reply, been quite busy here.

    The device model you requested has been added. Please let us know if there’s any problems.

    The current App needs some fix for the Active Power to be used in a Condition, but you can use the on/off strategy.

    Anonymous
    Post count: 19

    Working great now, thanks! 🙂
    😀

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