[SOLVED] Fibaro FGMS-001 - too many alarm types in basicui

In Fibaro FGMS-001 there are 4 items that appear as switches in basicui (see img1)
sensor_binary (Binary Sensor)
alarm_general (Alarm(general))
alarm_tamper (Tamper Alarm)
alarm_burglar (Motion Alarm)

The device manual here specifies 2 alarms
Tamper alarm (alarm_tamper) - when someone moves the device
Motion alarm (alarm_burglar) - when someone moves in front of the device

Can anyone explain what the other 2 are (and what are they used for)?

The device summery in here shows command classes
SENSOR_BINARY - Binary Sensor
ALARM - Motion Alarm, Tamper Alarm
SENSOR_ALARM - Alarm (general)

What is the difference between them?
If they are redundant, is there a way to hide them from basicui? (they are not listed in the items file)


That is the channel you need to configure to get motion detection.
Example for manual config;
Switch FibEye1_Motion_S "Motion Hallway up [%s]" <motion> (gAlarmSensors,gRestore) {channel="zwave:device:158b44ebf65:node3:sensor_binary"}
Or do that through PaperUI or HABmin.

I guess you have “Simple Mode” configured? If you are using the default sitemap and have Simple Mode configured, you will see “everything”.
If you don’t want that, switch Simple Mode to off and create your own sitemap.

I introduced my own sitemap and using package = standard (in /var/lib/openhab2/etc/org.openhab.addons.cfg)
and am using alarm_burglar and alarm_tamper (not showing sensor_binary, alarm_general). It seems to be working.
Thanks for your help.
See here for the latest configuration of the items and sitemap files