Hey, @chris I just added my Z-wave binging & discovered things.
I have a Neo Coolcam PIR sensor that worked with a previous snapshot. It now shows up as an Unknown Device.
I think when it worked earlier, it was added through OH instead of being discovered on an existing network.
The Manufacturer & Type/ID are blank. I have woken up the sensor multiple times & tried healing it.
If needed I can exclude from the network & re-add. How do you want me to proceed with this?
I believe it should be Manufacturer 0258, Type 0003, ID 0008d.
This will be the issue then - if the binding doesn’t know this data it can’t work out what the device is.
Can you grab a debug log? Generally this is simply caused by not waking up the device so the binding can discover it - or waiting until it wakes itself if it has previously been configured to do so. The log should confirm if the device is waking, or if there’s another issue somewhere.
Does the z-wave binding for the sensor have a “units of measure” field? If so, I can submit an update to the database.
The temperature of the sensor appears in Celsius with no UoM. I prefer Fahrenheit here in the US.
Normally when the device sends the report, it will provide the units with the report. The binding then passes the units and the value to the core, and the core will perform the conversion to your locale. Because of this, it will not actually matter what units the device is reporting in, as OH should convert to the units configured for your system if required.
You need to make sure that the locale is set in your configuration for this to work.
I don’t expect this to require any sort of configuration in the binding - the binding should automatically pass the units along with the value into openhab. I just checked the spec, and the sensor must set the scale to either F or C - there is no option for “no scale”. Im pretty confident that the binding will be passing this in to openHAB, so as long as you have the locale set correctly, the UoM system ought to localise this for you.
I’m not in Australia - I’m in the UK . I’m originally from New Zealand, but have been here a long time now (nearly 25 years). So, it’s mid afternoon here - I’m going to head out on my mountain bike shortly, but can take a look at logs later.
But the state update is showing the units - that’s what matters. That is what is sent to OH - if OH is then not presenting this correctly, that is likely an issue with the locale configuration as mentioned previously -: