Since I have changed to OH2 my rollershutters make problem:
I have disabled the switch in sitemap and also disabled my rollershutter rule.
Only with the presence of my rollershutter items, the problem is there:
Also with my wallswitch (KNX) the rollershutter only steps. I have to push the switch many times until the rollershutter moves. And when its moves I’m not able to stop…
When I remove the rollershutter item from my items file, it works like in OH1.8.
I have no idea.
I don’t know the Merten actuator, but normally, shutter actuators have these GAs, perhaps some are locked, but you should be able to unlock certain Features in the ETS within the programming of the actuator.
Langzeitbetrieb (long time operation?)
Kurzzeitbetrieb (short time operation?)
Rückmeldung Jalousieposition (position feedback?)
Rückmeldung Lamellenposition (slat position feedback?)
Rückmeldung ungültige Position (invalid position feedback?)
Rückmeldung Antriebsbewegung (drive movement Feedback?)
Position Jalousie (position?)
Position Lamelle (slat position?)
AS seen in Alexanders post, the 1.9 binding of KNX uses those config
I’m just not sure, what feedback is expected within the binding, but my guess is, it’s the Position of the shutter, not the slat.
As explained in my above post, you should have two options in a shutter actuator: Kurzzeitbetrieb and Langzeitbetrieb. short term operation just gives the shutter a short spin of the slat (=Lamelle) in direction, which is defined by the rocker switch (Wippenschalter): one side is up or the other is down. Long term operation then moves the shutter up and down at once.
Did you configure your KNX-Installation yourself, or did it your electrician? I think, you have to be sure, your KNX-Installation works for itself, before adding the configuration of openHAB.
I don’t think configuring “Bewegung” and “Stop/Schritt” on the same GA is a good idea… In my case “Bewegung” (movement) is one GA bound to the long press of a directional switch and “Stop/Schritt” (stop/tilt) is on the short press of the same directional switch…
Even if the actuator knew what to do with these conflicting informations, i would guess it would stop right away and not move the rollershutter to its end-position…