Due to ongoing debates about the use and misuse of the “German Support” category to the detriment of users who don’t speak German, the creation of new topics on the category has been closed. Thus, this category is now read-only.

Empfehlung Tür/Fenster Sensoren?
C

@Revo
Vielen Dank für die Bilder, das probiere ich gleich mal aus.

@V1per
Revo hat das Kabel ja an die bestehende Antenne angelötet dessen genaue Länge (ausgerollt) ja nicht bekannt ist. Nach meinem Verständnis sollte die Gesamtlänge ja 17,2 cm sein.

read more

Questions about the release of v0.9

Hue-zll not working any more on pimatic version 9.5

@bertreb said in Hue-zll not working any more on pimatic version 9.5:

the hue-zll plugin seems outdated because the error is caused by a new node-hue-zll v3 library.
When (re)installing the plugin the latest version is installed and causing the problem.

I created a pull request to update the plugin with this fix.

read more
Questions about the Forum and Pimatic.org
Pimatic.org site gives certifcate error
P

I think it was a problem in Chrome. Edge did not have the problem, and after an update Chrome shows no errors anymore.

read more
any trouble with your setup, linux, pi etc.
Problem with rules and a switch
A

This 433mhz switches are mystic …today i tried to connect an identical copy of my first Brennenstuhl rcr 1000n comfort switch.

My idea was, just copy the “old device” , rename it an the second switch will work. but surprise surprise it´s not working like this.

My working switch has this “code”

{ "protocols": [ { "name": "doorbell1", "options": { "id": 3415, "unit": 1877 }, "send": true, "receive": true, "rfrepeats": 10 } ], "id": "steckdose01", "name": "steckdose01", "class": "HomeduinoRFSwitch", "forceSend": true },

I tried to get the ID for the second switch via debugging

debug [pimatic-homeduino]: doorbell1: { id: 2045, unit: 1879, state: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: led4: { id: 16401, command: 'code:01010001' } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: led3: { id: 16401, command: 'code:01010001' } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: led2: { id: 16401, command: 'code:01010001' } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: led1: { id: 16401, command: 'code:01010001' } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: contact3: { id: 786154, contact: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: contact2: { id: 786154, contact: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: pir6: { id: 8866, presence: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: pir1: { unit: 15, id: 8, presence: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch27: { channel: '1000', unit: '0101110', state: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch22: { id: 786154, command: 'A' } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch16: { id: 'B', unit: 1, state: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch15: { id: 262421, unit: 0, state: true, all: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch14: { id: 262421, unit: 4, all: true, state: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch7: { unit: 7, id: 5, state: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch5: { id: 786154, unit: 0, all: true, state: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch4: { unit: 15, id: 8, state: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch3: { houseCode: 15, unitCode: 8, state: false } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: switch2: { houseCode: 15, unitCode: 8, state: true } 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 332, 896, 9492 ] 01100101010101010101011001010110011001100101011002 20:36:31debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 332 896 9492 0 0 0 0 0 01100101010101010101011001010110011001100101011002"

The “discover devices” option delivers a lot of switches, Pir, etc. i tried all switches but the best result was a only “turn on” modus.

So i am stuck again …

maybe someone can help…

read more

Looks like your connection to pimatic forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.