I’m currently trying to integrate my lock to openhab2.
The device is a Danalock v2 circle, z-wave enabled. I use the binding found here which currently supports security.
I’ve successfully added the thing using HABmin and linked the item to the channel, but I can’t lock/unlock the danalock from openhab.
I’m currently new to openhab, but I think it might have something to do with secure inclusion, but I don’t know how to do it.
In the logs, it says:
Command class COMMAND_CLASS_DOOR_LOCK not found
What am I doing wrong? What am I missing?
Thanks in advance
This probably means the device is not securely included. Did HABmin say that secure inclusion completed ok? What does the attributes section in HABmin show - does it have a tick against the security function?
It doesn’t, and I currently don’t have a clue how to do it
Exclude the device completely, then put the binding into inclusion mode, and include the lock. Check the device manual for instructions.
Great news - thanks for the feedback .
I have a Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt. Having the same issue, get Command class COMMAND_CLASS_DOOR_LOCK not found. I have excluded and re included it few times. It always has an red x next to the “Using Security” attribute. I attached the log from when I added it last, used xml extension so I could upload. Thanks in advance.
lock_debug.xml (578.7 KB)
I was not sure if I had the right z-wave binding, so I switched openHABian to use the daily snapshot, now open openhab won’t start. I don’t want to waste anyone’s time. I’ll get this resolved and try including the lock again.
With a fresh openhabian install, I can’t run the 2.2 snapshot. Question: Is Z-Wave security included the the stable 2.1?
Thanks for the quick response Chris. I know there is a lot of info in that thread, being lazy, was trying to avoid reading 1600 posts . I will go through it. I am guessing my best course of action is to try to get the 2.2 binding working with my openhabian 2.1 install?
For sure - there’s a lot there. The first 1/2 dozen or so messages should get you through the startup.
Well, not the 2.2 binding, but the one that is referenced in the above thread - currently this is the only security enabled binding.