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Honeywell TH8320ZW Thermostat - NoAutoMatch
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Z-Wave is a complicated protocol, and controllers have to become part of the Z-Wave network and deal with all of the gory details. Sometimes some controllers will just have issues with some modules and other won't, because Z-Wave isn't a very standard standard. There may be something about that particular module that is just giving us problems in a way we've not seen before. It wouldn't be the first one that was quirky in some way.

And, to be honest, Z-Wave isn't quite as big an emphasis for us as it is for some other systems. It's not something that would be used in pro installs ever. Not that we haven't put retarded amounts of time into supporting it. It's just a horrible protocol, and difficult to get right. Some of those guys above probably aren't using their own code, but something like openzwave, or some other third party library. Those also come with their share of gotchas, and I know some who do use openzwave are wanting to move away from it. We do our own, so we have to deal with these types of issues as they arise. If they do their own, they'll be able to have the same fun as us.

The thing to do, so that we can see what is going on, is to go to the options button in the lower right and enable the trace and put it into high trace mode. Then try the report. All of the back and forth between the Z-Stick and the thermo will be captured. Immediately go back and turn the trace off so we don't capture a bunch of goop from other things.

On the machine where the Z-Wave driver is loaded, go to [cqc]\CQCData\Server\Data\ZWaveUSB3. That is where the Z-Wave driver stores its files. There should be a Trace.Txt file there. Send me that file so I can see what is going on.


BTW, presumably the two issues above are related. It won't enable the association stuff unless the initial basic query of capabilities indicates it supports associations, else it would be useless to try to do such things. If it can't get through the query of the basic capabilities, it doesn't know yet that the device supports associations. So it all pretty much comes down to some failure to communicate with device.
Dean Roddey
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RE: Honeywell TH8320ZW Thermostat - NoAutoMatch - by Dean Roddey - 05-27-2019, 03:14 PM

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