Command set doc ? 2007-05-04T16:42:25+00:00

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  • Anonymous
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    Is the command set doc available somewhere ?

    Thanks !

    Anonymous
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    There is not a doc available yet. I will get one posted shortly (1-2 weeks). If you have some specific questions in the meantime, please feel free to email (paul@simplehomenet.com).

    Also, using the quickstart guide, it is not necessary to use insteon commands, you can configure the module to work.

    Anonymous
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    @pauln wrote:

    There is not a doc available yet. I will get one posted shortly (1-2 weeks). If you have some specific questions in the meantime, please feel free to email (paul@simplehomenet.com).

    Also, using the quickstart guide, it is not necessary to use insteon commands, you can configure the module to work.

    Yes, but I am seeing some weird behavior.

    I have a Dakota Alert WMT-3000 IR motion sensor.

    If I set DIP switch 9 “off” (down) and switch 10 “on”, it appears that the nsRF is sending device on and off Insteon messages every time the device is triggered:

    2007-05-02 07:28:39 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” on (button 2)
    2007-05-02 07:28:41 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” off (button 2)

    If I set DIP switch 9 “on” (up) and switch 10 “on”, it appears that the nsRF is only sending the device off messages when the device is triggered:

    (I triggered the motion detector multiple times…)

    2007-05-04 23:25:34 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” off (button 2)
    2007-05-04 23:25:52 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” off (button 2)
    2007-05-04 23:26:09 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” off (button 2)
    2007-05-04 23:26:27 Received INSTEON “EZSnsRF” off (button 2)

    Any ideas ?

    Anonymous
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    I’m in the process of modifying homeseer’s insteon external support script to create devices for the ezsnsrf. I, too, would appreciate documentation on the codes that are sent from the device for activations so I can complete this work.

    Thanks!
    -t

    Anonymous
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    EZSnsRF only sends the standard group on (0x11) and off (0x13) commands at this time. We will have expanded literature shorthly. Thanks for your patience.

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