Turns switches Off not On 2007-08-25T17:17:18+00:00

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  • Anonymous
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    I’m using the EZSnsRF with some Dakota Alert modules. The problem is that after I pair an IR-3000 with the EZSnsRF and an Insteon Switch, triggering the IR-3000 turns the Insteon switch Off, not On. All my IR-3000s and WMT-3000s have the same behavior.

    My EZSnsRF has the following labels: “V1.1 0482”, “2662 PL 0651”, “0707 Firm 2.4”, and it’s address is 08.9B.B8.

    Since I have the external support script for the EZSnsRF installaed (version 1.02 Modified 6/11/2007 by Tom Pepper), I was able to use the HomeSeer log to see what’s going on, and there is no On command being sent. Only an Off command. By the way, I’ve made sure that there are no events connected to HomeSeer for the EZSnsRF. The same behavior occurs even when HomeSeer isn’t running.

    Any guidance?

    Here’s the HomeSeer log, if it’ll help.

    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – Received Insteon Data 02 08 9B B8 00 00 01 CF 13 11
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: 0:02, 1:08, 2:9B, 3:B8, 4:00, 5:00, 6:01, 7:CF, 8:13, 9:11
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: GroupNum:1
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – ProcessEZSnsRFGroupCmd: 1, 13
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – Turning device E40 off
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – Received Insteon Data 02 08 9B B8 08 2D 0E 45 13 01
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: 0:02, 1:08, 2:9B, 3:B8, 4:08, 5:2D, 6:0E, 7:45, 8:13, 9:01
    8/25/2007 12:50:06 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: GroupNum:14
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – Received Insteon Data 02 08 9B B8 00 00 01 CF 00 00
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: 0:02, 1:08, 2:9B, 3:B8, 4:00, 5:00, 6:01, 7:CF, 8:00, 9:00
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: GroupNum:1
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – ProcessEZSnsRFGroupCmd: 1, 0
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – Received Insteon Data 02 08 9B B8 08 2D 0E 45 00 01
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: 0:02, 1:08, 2:9B, 3:B8, 4:08, 5:2D, 6:0E, 7:45, 8:00, 9:01
    8/25/2007 12:50:08 PM – Insteon_ExtDevS – SNSRFDebug: GroupNum:14

    Anonymous
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    Tap, tap, tap… Is this thing on? ❓

    OK, here are the steps I went through.

    1. Pressed the button on the EZSnsRF for 4 seconds until it started blinking slowly.
    2. Triggered the IR-3000 by aiming it at me. This causes the EZSnsRF to start blinking more rapidly.
    3. Went to the ToggleLinc Relay and held the toggle up for 10 seconds until the lights in controlled flashed.
    4. Pressed the ToggleLinc relay toggle up 30 times.
    5. Went back to the EZSnsRF, verified that the LED had gone off, and then pressed and held the button for 4 seconds.
    6. Verified that the EZSnsRF LED was now steady (not blinking).

    In spite of this, whenever I trigger the IR-3000, the only effect is to turn the light off if it’s on. I’ve done it 20 times now, with several different WMT- and IR-3000 sensors, and the result is always the same.

    Anonymous
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    Baudi, once we explained that the tapping is on the EZSnsRF and not on the switch how is it working for you?

    Anonymous
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    No. It had the same behavior. I talked to Al and he gave me an RMA number to send it in for repair or replacement. Apparently it had a very old firmware revision.

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