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VRCOP User Action Configuration
#21
I see what's going on. Personally I think that the module is wrong, but it's easy enough to deal with. It's not sending a report message out to report the change, it's sending a get message. I have no idea why it would do that since it's not asking for something, it's reporting something.

Oh well, I'll update it to look for both.
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#22
Oh, and another reason it wouldn't have done anything is that the message you captured are showing scene id zero, and I was assuming that scene zero, as with some other modules, reflects a local load level, not really a scene id to activate, so more possible ambiguity I'm not sure about.

Is it a single scene type of device, or does it allow for multiple scenes to be invoked? If the latter, and you press other buttons, what shows up in the putty output?

Maybe if it's a pure scene controller then scene zero really is the id of a scene being set.
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#23
It is a leviton scene controller that can control 4 scenes, it does not control a load.

http://store.leviton.com/4-Button-Contro...2_K961dXvY
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#24
Can you get a terminal output of you selecting each scene sequentially, i.e. the first, the second, etc...? I just want to make sure.
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#25
All I did here was push each button on the controller once.
Code:
=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2014.05.11 14:47:22 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=
<N016:145,000,029,012,005,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,005,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,005,000
<N016:032,001,000
<N016:032,001,000
<N016:032,001,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,006,000
<N011S000,000,255
<N011S000,000,255
<N011S000,000,255
<N011S000,000,255
<N011S000,000,255
<N016:145,000,029,012,003,000
<N016:044,002,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,008,000
<N006S000,000,000
<N007S000,000,000
<N008S000,000,000
<N009S000,000,000
<N011S000,000,255
<N016:044,002,000


Attached Files
.txt   putty.txt (Size: 550 bytes / Downloads: 2)
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#26
Nothing there makes any sense. Is that all of the output? There's no set of messages in there that could possibly represent all four buttons being pressed.

And perhaps it's also being mode more difficult to translate because those scene presses are making other things happen as well. But there's nothing in there that could reflect those four buttons being pressed.

Do you know what node id this controller is? That would make it easier also to trace which messages are from it. The only on that is sending scene actuator messages is 16, that I can see.

There are two scene actuator configuration messages for scene 0, from unit 16.

There are scene messages for nodes 6, 7, 8, and 9, but they are all from different units and AFAIK represent the value of those units being set by a scene being invoked, not by a scene controller sending out a scene message. There are four of the same for unit 11 being turned off, presumably by the same scene operations.

So, if unit 16 is the guy, then that couldn't be all the output, and the two that there are from the same unit. If unit 16 isn't the guy, then maybe it's not associated after all and so isn't sending anything itself to the VRCOP and all we are seeing are the results from other units of what it is doing (which may have confused me previously.)
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#27
It is node 16. I suppose I could remove all the lights from the scenes so that you don't see the the switches that are activated by the scenes. Nodes 6, 7, 8, 9 & 11 are all being activated so seeing them is not surprising.
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#28
Try that, or make sure that you capture all of the output. You may only be getting the last page of output if you just capture the screen content. You might have to enable capture to file or something. Though, if you take the lights out of it, that may reduce the output enough that it doesn't matter.
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#29
I removed all of the areas from the scene controller, set putty to log everything and pushed each button once.

Code:
=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2014.05.11 17:28:11 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=
<N016:145,000,029,012,005,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,006,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,003,000
<N016:145,000,029,012,008,000


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.txt   putty2.txt (Size: 203 bytes / Downloads: 1)
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#30
OK, those are proprietary message which are not defined by Z-Wave, so I don't know what they mean and I wouldn't want to add support for such messages even if I did.

Is there perhaps another group within the device that you can associate to get it to send regular scene messages?
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