The first thing I would suggest is to wait a few days and then update. The build has been broken for the past few months - a PR was merged this morning that will (I hope!) fix this and I’ll do some updates to the binding over the next few days to bring everything up to date.
If that doesn’t fix it, then we’ll need a bit more information from the log. I guess you only have error/warning logging enabled - it would be good to see the full debug log.
There is an issue with the Ember that I’ve not managed to find (and neither could Silabs at the time I was hunting for it) - I don’t know if this is what you have hit, but let’s see what the above brings first.
It looks like something is working. Just want to make sure what it is…
Am I correct to say
1 the Linear HUSBZB-1 is compatible with openhab zigbee binding.
2 Only configuration on openhab side is required.
3 Dongle firmware is already programmed so that we do NOT need to do manual firmware programming as for TI 2531.
Sounds good. I do have debugging enabled for zigbee to a separate log, and there is a bunch of stuff happening before the point I posted. Initializing, setting keys, etc. I’ll update when I’ve gotten a change to try the updated build. Thanks!
Currently, I wouldn’t recommend the HUSBZB-1 - I’d recommend the Telegesis stick instead (inside it’s the same ZigBee chip but different firmware). As I mentioned somewhere here, there is a bug that appears on some devices which we’ve not found yet. It might work fine, or it might not work at all (let’s say 90% chance it will work - but if it doesn’t, then please don’t say you weren’t warned ).
The HUSBZB-1 is a combo zwave and zigbee controller. The ETRX3 does not have zwave and looks to cost about 2x as much. Chris also gave me a warning about the quickstick, but it’s been working well for me so far!
Sure - I know this doesn’t have the ZWave function, but I figured in this thread we were talking about ZigBee. I just want people to be aware of the limitations as it might not be a quick fix if someone comes across the issue (as we have already seen here!).
What device is this and does Habmin show it as offline? After a restart, my Centralite outlet comes right up… every time. But my GE Link bulbs need encouragement! Some will come up online and some will be offline. Power cycling one of the bulbs (not necessarily one of the offline ones) and waiting a minute will get most of them back online. I just repeat until they are all online. If OH has been down for a long time, they all need a power cycle, after which they will flash. When there is a really stubborn one, I power the bulb off, start discovery, and then power it back on and the bulb will flash. If it is still offline, a power cycle will bring it back online. For really really stubborn ones, I reset the bulb and then do a discovery.
When my bulbs are marked offline, I see the error that you are getting and they cannot be controlled until back online.
Can I confirm what this means? When you click the physical switch on the device, OH updates, but if you click the switch in the OH UI, nothing happens?
If so, can you provide a debug log - for starters let’s look at exactly what happens when you click the switch - later we might want to look at the initialisation… So, if you can provide a few seconds of logging either side of you pressing the button on the UI that would be a good start…