First of all - merry X-Mas.
I’ve bought a Qubino Flush 1 Relay (Firmware: v1.1) with the addional qubino temperature sensor (ZMNHEA1).
I’ve successfully included the relay, but don’t receive any information from the temperature sensor.
What I’ve done:
- Before I included the relay, I’ve pluged the temperature sensor in the relay.
- The inclusion worked fine with OpenHab 2.5 (final).
- Within OpenHab I can see two channels for the temperature (sensor_temperature3 and sensor_temperature4), but both sensors don’t send any information.
1: bi-stable switch type
2: NO (normaly open)
3: NO (normaly open)
10: ALL ON active, ALL OFF active
15: Seconds selected
30: Module saves its state before power failure
100: Endpoint, l2 disabled
101: Endpoint, l3 disabled
- Why are there two channels for the temperature? Which is the “right” one?
- What do I have to do, to get the temperature from the temperature sensor?
Note: I contacted already qubino and told them the story and this is the response from their side:
“Thank you very much for reaching out to us,
I check the tests done with our 1 Relay with the temperature probe installed with the openHAB 2.4 and see that it had a note for that.
Note: The gateway configures a MC lifeline, using MC_ASSOCIATION_SET(groupId=1, multichannelnodeid=1, endpointid=1). The temperature is sent MC encapsulated. The web GUI widget probably expects a non-MC encapsulated temperature sensor report .
Which means that our device works properly and the gateway set it properly too, but the widgets to report the received data are set wrong. We sent our findings to the gateway producers, but looks like they didn’t fix this yet.”
For me this sounds like their could be a bug in OpenHAB? Any chance I get the temperature sensor to work? Thank you and merry X-MAS.