EnOcean / ESP3 and Trio2sys DIN Module

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EnOcean / ESP3 and Trio2sys DIN Module

Post by magicduck » Wednesday 22 August 2018 18:09

I have buy this module from them : http://trio2sys.fr/index.php/fr/produit ... enocean/31

Unfortunatly on my ESP3 the domoticz code seems to be more or less incomplete (I don't have any ESP2 on my hand to test).

So I get such line on my debug log :

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2018-08-09 18:31:24.681 EnOcean: destination: 0xffffffff RSSI: 24
2018-08-09 18:31:24.681 EnOcean: teach-in request received from 01A0490F (manufacturer: 02C). number of channels: 255, device profile: D2-01-01
2018-08-09 18:31:24.681 EnOcean: Sender_ID 0x01A0490F already in the database
Device is inserted into DB but without any effect.

I tried to tweak ESP3 code to handle this but with no luck.

I still have no idea how EnOcean work and those morons from trio2sys doesn't even reply on my requests about what is expected to have on the air.

So if someone know EnOcean and how to add / tweak the code, I will be really welcomed to help me.

Kind regards,
Xavier

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Re: EnOcean / ESP3 and Trio2sys DIN Module

Post by EdddieN » Wednesday 22 August 2018 19:16

Hi,

What is the device doing? It looks like the device type (sensor) is not linked yet. I had similar issue with a CO2 sensor, see here
https://github.com/domoticz/domoticz/issues/2397

Unfortunately I'm no coder, hopefully you can make sense of the commits done back then...?
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Re: EnOcean / ESP3 and Trio2sys DIN Module

Post by magicduck » Thursday 23 August 2018 8:37

This is a module that can switch on / off light. With "wire" button, but it can also do it using EnOcean.

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