FGR-222 support

Free domotica! Forums Feature requests FGR-222 support

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  • #3418

    macgreg0r
    Participant

    Hello,

    I’ve ordered 7 FGR-222 and have trouble to configure them.
    Unlike FGRM-222, there not recognized in pulsestation. Theise are diplayed as “unknown” and I can’t find required properties to setup button type or initialisation.
    RoyalTaz told me that Mika helped him to setup his Nodon button before it was officily recognized by pulsestation.

    In advance Thanks.

    #3420

    K.Rens
    Keymaster

    Can you check inside the Openzwave file on github whether they have added this device?
    It should by now.
    You can find a link to this file inside our faq.

    If the file exists, we can copy it into your environment untill we update it for everyone in the next release.

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #3423

    macgreg0r
    Participant

    No the FGR222 can’t be find in the xml…
    There are FGR221 and FGRM222

    #3424

    macgreg0r
    Participant

    I’m not zwave expert nor develpper, but I’ve found this : fgr222.xml
    Can’t I add it to pulseStation and add a new line in manufacturer_specific.xml ?

    #3425
    Miss Laura
    Miss Laura
    Moderator

    Yes, that should work.

    Have fun,
    Laura

    #3426

    macgreg0r
    Participant

    I’ve created the fgr222.xml in fibaro subdirectory and edited manufacturer_specific.xml and added :
    <Product type=”0302″ id=”1000″ name=”FGRM222 Roller Shutter Controller 2″ config=”fibaro/fgr222.xml”/>
    I’ll see this evening if it works.

    #3428

    macgreg0r
    Participant

    Hi,
    As expected after those modification and a config file reset under zwave controler commands the module is correctly recognized.
    I’ve succesfuly set my switch type, and do a proper shutter initialisation.

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