since a few days I’m trying to pair my heating thermostat (Homematic HmIP-eTRV-B1) with homegear.
For the german guys here a link:
I am using the HM-MOD-RPI-PCB on a hassbian os.
First of all I updated the Firmware for the HM-MOD-RPI-PCB with these steps. (Worked out well after I checked the firmware on fhem:
apt-get update && apt-get -y install libusb-1.0-0-dev build-essential git
systemctl stop fhem
git clone git://git.zerfleddert.de/hmcfgusb
./flash-hmmoduart -U /dev/ttyAMA0 coprocessor_update.eq3
After that I used the homegear installation setup for Raspbian 9:
At the next step I configured the RPI-PCB like descriped in this guide:
Then I checked the logfiles (homegear.err and homegear.log) for errors. All seems to be running. There are no errors. (I’m using the debuglevel 10).
So I was ready to pair my first device by doing “homegear -r”, “families select 0” and “pairing on”. Then I pressed the Homematic button on my device and saw this message:
(String) paring on
12/08/18 11:02:26.036 IPC Server: Debug: CLI client 2 is executing family command: paring on
12/08/18 11:02:26.037 IPC Server: Response:
(String) Invalid device type. Device type has to be provided in hexadecimal format.
I tried to find something in the web but it seems to be that noone is facing this problem.
Someone got the same problem and already got a solution for this?
Thanks a lot