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  • DS2890 Device

    I have installed a DS2890 1-wire POT using the xapmcs1wire program. In homeseer, it detects the pot as:

    ha com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown mcs.onewire.ha:com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown xAPBSC.info input.state Database

    ha com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown mcs.onewire.ha:com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown xAPBSC.info input.state DisplayText

    ha com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown mcs.onewire.ha:com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown xAPBSC.info input.state State

    ha com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown mcs.onewire.ha:com10.7900000005dbdb2c.unknown xAPBSC.info input.state Text


    Does anyone know how I have change the value of the 1-wire pot? I tried to use hs.setdevicevalue on the 3rd device (xAPBSC.info input.state State) as it's the only variable device that was created. The others are read only. Thanks!

  • #2
    mcs 1-wire program not working with DS2890?

    I also noticed that the DS2890 is not being read properly by the mcs 1-wire program? The following is from the i/o window in the xap 1-wire program:

    The first two devices are temp sensors and they are working fine. The DS2890 receives a blank value. Any ideas?

    13 12:23:25 | Port=COM10 Address=E80000003C7B9028 Family=DS18B20 Temperature=15.1875 |
    13 12:23:26 | Port=COM10 Address=D00000003C432728 Family=DS18B20 Temperature=26.1875 |
    13 12:23:26 | Port=COM10 Address=7900000005DBDB2C Family=DS2890 |
    13 12:23:26 | Port=COM10 Address=2D000001C8AB4309 Family=DS1982 |

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    • #3
      I ordered samples of the device awhile back and have not received them. At this time there is no code in xapmcs1Wire to handle this device.

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      • #4
        Ds2890

        Ok, thanks for the update on this Michael. Hopefully at some point I can use this device as part of a preamp for an amplifier. that way I can get the volume of my amplifiers via homeseer.

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        • #5
          DS2890 Chips

          Michael,

          If you want, I can send you a few DS2890 chips if you feel like or have time to implement support.

          -Chris

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          • #6
            That will work for me if it is through-hole rather than surface mount or if it installed on a test jig. Give me an email and I'll provide mailing info.

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