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ISY and motion sensors
#1
Does the ISY driver support Zwave motion sensors?
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#2
The ISY driver docs indicate it does.
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#3
I added the motion sensors to the ISY and reconfigured the driver but they aren't showing up. Is there something else I should do?
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#4
I'm not sure. There maybe something on the ISY side. Maybe someone who is using the ISY can kick in on the subject. It may depend on the kind of sensors they are. There are a lot of codes for every module type and the driver tries to find the ones that are relevant, but I guess it could have missed some. Can you get the XML dump (from the ISY) for those sensors and post it here?
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#5
Do you know off the top of your head how to do that? If not ill go over to the UDI forums and figure it out.
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#6
I'm kind of forgetting. Let me look at the driver, which does that stuff...

OK, in a browser hit a URL like:

http://[isyaddr:port]/desc

That should return some XML. Look through that for the root element, and in there should be a URLBase which indicates the base URL that the driver uses to get info. Then use that to hit a URL like this:

http://[isyaddr:port]/[baseurl]/rest/nodes

I.e. put that base URL into the new URL plus /rest/nodes.

In that output look for one of your motion sensors, and grab the text for the XML element that it is inside of.
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#7
I think this is what you're looking for.

<node flag="128">
<address>ZW011_1</address>
<name>Entry Motion</name>
<family>4</family>
<type>4.32.1.0</type>
<enabled>true</enabled>
<deviceClass>0</deviceClass>
<wattage>0</wattage>
<dcPeriod>0</dcPeriod>
<startDelay>0</startDelay>
<endDelay>0</endDelay>
<pnode>ZW011_1</pnode>
<sgid>1</sgid>
<devtype>
<gen>4.32.1</gen>
<mfg>330.1.1</mfg>
<cat>104</cat>
</devtype>
<ELK_ID>A14</ELK_ID>
<property id="ST" value="0" formatted="Off" uom="78"/>
</node>
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#8
Looks like it is being reported incorrectly. The category is 104, which for z-wave devices is binary sensor, not motion sensor. Motion sensor is 155. Is this maybe a configuration thing that you can change?
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#9
I'll go to their forums and figure out why they aren't reporting correctly.
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