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- Homey Version: 1.5.3
- Homey Log Code: 0D83AC48DE
- Smartphone Platform: Android
- Smartphone App Version: 2.4.7 - Build 77
If related to a Homey App: * Homey App Version: Fibaro 1.5.13 * Homey App Log Code: ??? no ‘Send Log’ link when holding ALT ! * Affected Devices (preferably product codes): FGRGBWM-441
What did you try to achieve? <!– Please include detailed steps to reproduce the issue below this line –> I’ve been using the RGBW module for input with three standard closed magnetic switches. That worked OK for the past six months. Now I want to use the remaining IN-port as ‘Analog in’ port but that doesn’t work. This is how things are connected: N.B. the three switches are standard closed until I open a door or window.
What did you expect as result? <!– Please describe what you expected to happen below this line –> I expected to be able to read-out the analog signal and be able to use the level of the signal as a trigger.
What was the result? <!– Please describe what happened instead below this line –> Nothing worked anymore: - Open/close of the three switches were not detected anymore. - Voltage changes on IN4 are not detected.
N.B. if I measure on the IN4 port when nothing is connected, there standard is a 10.45 Volt level (as is on the other IN-ports when a switch is open). It seems there is a pull-up resistor on the port. Will that 10.45 Volt disappear when the configuration is correct?
Any other remarks In my first attempt I had the analog signal on IN1. When I could not get that working I tried to use the ‘Expert parameters’ to force parameter 14. But when I want to set it using ‘14,2,34406’ (hex: 8666) I get error ‘value’ argument is out of bounds. Test show out that the max allowed parameter value is 32767. Value 32768 will produce the error. It seems that the parameter value is treated as a INT16 where it should be an UINT16. I do not know if this is a Homey-problem or a Fibaro-problem.
So I thought to work around this problem by switching some wires, changing some flows and put my analog signal on IN4 (as shown above). That would keep the value of parameter 14 under 32767. Now the new expert parameter setting ‘14,2,26216’ (hex: 6668) was accepted, but it still does not work. I think the ‘Expert parameter’ is supposed to overrule any userinterface setting. So I did some tests, but if I set the ‘Ingang x configuratie’ as shown above, and set expert parameter to overrule the setting to ‘Tuimel schakelaar (schakelaar status gebaseerd)’ for all the inputs by setting expert parameter ‘14,2,26214’ (hex: 6666) then the switches still do not work. Only when all the ‘Ingang x configuratie’ settings are ‘Tuimel schakelaar (schakelaar status gebaseerd)’ it is no problem setting expert parameter ‘14,2,26214’, but any other value will give the problems again. So what use is an expert parameter if it must duplicate the userinterface setting?
Best regards, Johan Mulderij