single-plug version of the Jasco 4106, id 39342
running openhab 2.5.3, same in 2.5.4-snapshot, item not in any of the databases.
(can’t upload attachment for network file as a new user)
relevant openhab.log message:
020-04-17 13:36:49.734 [WARN ] [wave.discovery.ZWaveDiscoveryService] - NODE 3: Device discovery could not resolve to a thingType! 0039:5052:3038::5.23
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What binding are you using? What file are you trying to upload and where? How did you install OH and what are you running it on?
zwave binding 2.5.3
installed via paperui
running on OH 2.5.3 installed via source/commandline on linux debian/mint
(was trying to upload the zwave network file created for the node to this forum, but as a new user i cannot yet)
i’m also trying to add a ESH-INF/thing/honeywell/39337_0_0.xml file to the org.openhab.binding.zwave-2.5.3.jar but clearly failing to get that file updated correctly:
Failed to update bundle: /opt/openzwave/2.5.3/addons/org.openhab.binding.zwave-2.5.3.jar with ID 250. The bundle has been uninstalled
so that workaround attempt is still in progress
Looking at the device list
here I didn’t see the ones you have listed.
@chris or @Bruce_Osborne can help.
ugh, digits transposed.
from that table:
Honeywell 39342 / Jasco ZW4106 Plug-In Smart Switch (Dual Linked Outlets, Grounded)
what i have is the single outlet version of this, which is a 39337, unlisted.
So definitely not supported yet, just hoping it’s a simple modification of the other.
The two guys I tagged above should be able to add or let you know what can be done.
Is it the same as this one -:
What error are you getting?
Definitely matches the enclosure, description, specs.
I do have the xml for that in my jar.
The network file shows
but the paperui shows:…
which matches the id/type (but not manufacturer?) from here:
I just purchased an AC plug Z-Wave Plus from Amazon.
My Openhab and Z-Stick “see it” but it must be too new. I may be following the wrong process here (sorry)
But this is all the info I have on it if this helps.
You can holler at me IF I’m not following the proper method to have this added to the openhab DB.
Device info from openhab:
as for the tweaked jar,
2020-04-17 14:27:17.410 [WARN ] [org.apache.felix.fileinstall ] - Error while starting bundle: file:/opt/openzwave/2.5.3/addons/org.openhab.binding.zwave-2.5.3.jar
org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Could not resolve module: org.openhab.binding.zwave 
Unresolved requirement: Import-Package: org.eclipse.smarthome.io.transport.serial
with the file there, even with “access remote repo” disabled, it still pulls the remote binding jar (based on file and hash inspection)
Yes, exactly. These sort of devices are often rebadged, but at least it makes it easier to generate the database entry once we have your XML running.
as for the tweaked jar,
Sorry - what is the “tweaked jar”?
following these instructions:
**PLEASE don’t use this without also updating the
device database! As a community, we make the most progress when everyone contributes!**
I’ve seen several posts where people have made changes to the device database and they were eager to try out their new shiny gizmo, or wanted to test a change/fix an issue, before it was included in a build. Here is a method to update the zwave jar with a modified device Thing definition, without having to use an IDE to modify and compile the jar. This method…
to add what i hoped was an additional honeywell xml file to the jar and install that one instead.
finally have succeeded by installing another binding (plugwise) that provides the missing serial binding,
still not capturing the honeywell switch, though at least my zwave binding supported list shows my:
“39337 / Jasco ZW4103 Plug-In Smart Switch (Single Outlet, Grounded)”
Now that I can update the jar file, I can tweak the
until it works.
Which it now does.
Guess I should get this pushed to the database then,
will go read up on that process.