Good evening everybody,
I am currently switching from FHEM to OpenHAB and Homegear.
Up to now it all worked fine and I am starting to like OpenHAB and Homegear a lot.
But there is still on last thing I am not able to figure out - See below:
- Raspberry PI3
- Busware CUL 433MHz with alternative Firmware
- Remotecontrol Intertechno itz-500
- Intertechno Funk-Lichtschalter Modul ITLM-1000
I have a few ITLM-1000 I need to operate. The main problem is these are not accessible, thus I am not able to start the pairing by pressing the corresponding button on the module.
However the modules are already paired to an ITZ-500 remote and FHEM.
Approach using the remote
I am able to see the commands sent by the remote that could operate the modules, but I am only able to add this as an IT-OLD-Remote-4-Channels and then I am able to see the state of the remote:
10/28/22 00:08:44.380 10/28/22 00:08:44.379 Intertechno packet received from 0000025D (RSSI: -74 dBm): F0
10/28/22 00:08:44.380 10/28/22 00:08:44.379 Please use one of the following addresses for device creation: Intertechno multi-channel remote or sensor (use device type 0x33): 0x0093; Intertechno one channel remote or sensor (use device type 0x30): 0x0097; Elro (use device type 0x24): 0x0012
But I don’t know how to send the according signal by Homegear / Openhab. If anybody could tell me how to do that, my problem would be solved
Approach using the IT-SWITCH type
I added a new inter techno device following the linked doc:
For the new Intertechno switching actuators (the ones without address wheels or DIP switches) just chose an arbitrary but unique number between 1’024 and 67’108’863.*
→ That’s exactly the problem, the module IDs already trained are 1, 2, 3, …
When using numbers below 1024 the old protocol is used, which won’t work
Is there any way to sent lower numbers with the new protocol?
(I tried larger numbers and negative numbers, which led to lower numbers to being sendable, but it does not seem to have any system, so I could create a specific number).
The old FHEM definition is the following
define CulStick433 CUL /dev/serial/by-id/usb-busware.de_CUL433-if00@9600 1134
define LivingRoomCeilingLight IT 00000000000000000000000101 0 0000
attr LivingRoomCeilingLight IODev CulStick433
This worked for many years, but now that I tested it with a new FHEM installation, even this seems to not work anymore. I don’t get it.
Hopefully the information given is enough to understand the problem.
Thank you in advance!