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  • ldplusse
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    Is the Xiaomi Water/Flood sensor supported in jowihue.
    DeConz is supporting it in the next version.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

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  • cowinger
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    Originally posted by Kim View Post
    Hi.

    Where can I find the new versions of the Jowi Hue plugin?

    I can only find 2.0.1.9 in HomeSeer

    Br
    Kim
    2.0.1.9 is the latest version as of right now.

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  • Kim
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    Hi.

    Where can I find the new versions of the Jowi Hue plugin?

    I can only find 2.0.1.9 in HomeSeer

    Br
    Kim

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  • w.vuyk
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    Borislav,

    You could browse around on the devepors site of the deCONZ. In the issues and requests you'll find several devices that are either in development or already available. The link to the site: https://github.com/dresden-elektroni...z-rest-plugin/

    Thanks,

    Wim

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  • poplo
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    Hi Wim,

    Thanks for the fast answer. I'm in the process of building my home, so will leave power around the windows - that's for sure. Looks like it's working well with Smart Things, so probably will be supported in deCONZ soon.
    New ZigBee devices you mean? Where can I find more info on this?

    I'm genuinely interested in putting only wireless switches for all my lighting, controlling either Z-wave dimmers via HS or ZigBee bulbs. I'm considering this as the wired switches by Schneider Electric for example are almost the same price or even more expensive, than the Xiaomi wireless double switch.

    Thanks for the great plugin and keep up the good work.

    Regards, Borislav

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  • w.vuyk
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    Poplo,

    The curtain motor is not yet supported by deCONZ. I saw mention of this in the github, but as far I know not yet. As soon deCONZ will support it, I will try to add support it in the plugin, personal interest here as well

    There are still more devices coming in, not only the Xiaomi devices, so it is a work in progress

    Wim

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  • poplo
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    Hi,

    Any information about Xiaomi Aqara Curtain motor, which supports Zigbee? I would love to integrate that one in HS.

    Waiting for some sensors and switches from China and the Conbee USB in order to start testing.

    Looks promising, if it works as for most of you - it will be a very good alternative of some of the more expensive Z-wave devices like switches and temp sensors.

    Regards, Borislav

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  • marthoc
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    Raspberry Pi:
    https://www.dresden-elektronik.de/rp....05.00-qt5.deb

    Im running 2.05.00 on an RPi1 Model B with RaspBee installed and it’s working very well with JowiHue.

    2.04.99 appears to be the latest beta release for Ubuntu/Windows.
    Last edited by marthoc; January 25th, 2018, 10:38 AM.

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  • racerfern
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    I am running 2.0.5.0 now
    I only see 2.0.4.99 available. You must be somebody special.

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  • w.vuyk
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    martoc,

    I know the feeling.... happend more then enough in my IT period.. LOL
    The proof of the pudding is in booting the system.... told myself that often!


    Wim

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  • marthoc
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    Originally posted by w.vuyk View Post
    marthoc,

    Are you running HS3 on Linux or Windows? If you could open this link:

    https://dresden-light.appspot.com/discover

    on the HS3 machine, you can determine if the HS3 machine can see the raspberry with deCONZ.

    Also, which version of deCONZ are you running? Forgot to ask, but the plugin is expecting the beta version of deCONZ, 2.04.90 or higher, I am running 2.0.5.0 now and it works perfect.

    Wim
    Hi Wim,

    I must apologize. While testing, I tried everything except restarting deCONZ. Immediately after restarting the deCONZ daemon on the Pi3, the RaspBee was discoverable and I was able to associate it with the plugin! Sometimes I guess all that is needed is a restart

    Thanks!

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  • w.vuyk
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    marthoc,

    Are you running HS3 on Linux or Windows? If you could open this link:

    https://dresden-light.appspot.com/discover

    on the HS3 machine, you can determine if the HS3 machine can see the raspberry with deCONZ.

    Also, which version of deCONZ are you running? Forgot to ask, but the plugin is expecting the beta version of deCONZ, 2.04.90 or higher, I am running 2.0.5.0 now and it works perfect.

    Wim

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  • marthoc
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    Originally posted by w.vuyk View Post
    Are you having the raspbee on a different subnet or VLAN then the plugin maybe? This will not work for the discovery.
    Or is UPNP disabled on the router and/or the Linux machine you are using?

    The ini file is only cleared when the plugin finds the address mentioned. Do you see any error in the HS3 log maybe?

    Wim
    The Pi3 with the RaspBee installed is on the same network and subnet as HomeSeer. UPNP is enabled on the router (not sure how to check if it's enabled on the RaspBee Pi3 though... but there's no firewall on the Pi3, I have verified this).

    I've enabled the debug logging in JowiHue and don't get any additional messages. I double-checked that JowiHue is working properly by plugging in my old Hue Bridge, and it was discovered by the plugin straightaway. So the problem must be down to the Pi3 with RaspBee installed I guess.

    Any additional suggestions would be appreciated but I think I need to turn my attention to the RaspBee...

    Thanks!

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  • w.vuyk
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    Are you having the raspbee on a different subnet or VLAN then the plugin maybe? This will not work for the discovery.
    Or is UPNP disabled on the router and/or the Linux machine you are using?

    The ini file is only cleared when the plugin finds the address mentioned. Do you see any error in the HS3 log maybe?

    Wim

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  • marthoc
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    Hello w.vuyk - I am new to HomeSeer but have been using a RaspBee and deCONZ for some time now. I'm trying to get it connected to your plugin but no matter what I do, I can't seem to get the RaspBee discovered or add it manually. I am running on Linux.

    I noticed that I could create the file /HomeSeer/config/JowiHue.ini for manual detection; and I have done this, but the plugin still does not seem to find the RaspBee. Also, this file is not cleared (which the wiki/docs seem to say will happen when that file is read). Can you advise if there is another way to force detection?

    Thanks!

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