Author Topic: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT  (Read 16571 times)

nate015

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #15 on: March 06, 2009, 01:17:07 am »
Does anyone know how to have it convert to Fahrenheit?

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Can be absolute, like 20, 18, etc., or relative, like +2, -2, etc. The temperature is always in degrees celsius, and the application is expected to convert to Fahrenheit if necesssary.

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #16 on: March 19, 2009, 02:41:47 am »
Any progress on this thermostat krys?


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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #17 on: March 19, 2009, 02:31:59 pm »
its installed, Hari has not had the time yet to write his version of the driver, and I am not sure at this point how exactly to get the buttons on the orbiter to correspond to the correct functions on the thermostat. I just set up a test core with 810 so that Hari can make sure that it will work with the new release. I will keep you guys posted.

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #18 on: March 20, 2009, 02:07:46 pm »
yes im at the same point as you krys i have 5 WD thermo's  but only some functions are mapped with drivers...  My question is that when it does work properly... ie the temperature up and down function will it also relay current temperature of each thermo   
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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #19 on: March 20, 2009, 02:21:39 pm »
as krysallen was so nice to provide remote access this should work over the next days. The DCE command handling is already there, i need to implement a few z-wave commands and we are set.

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #20 on: March 20, 2009, 08:03:44 pm »
Hari - you're amazing!

So it would be safe at this point to order a couple and replace the ones I currently have?

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #21 on: March 20, 2009, 08:38:19 pm »
yes im at the same point as you krys i have 5 WD thermo's  but only some functions are mapped with drivers...  My question is that when it does work properly... ie the temperature up and down function will it also relay current temperature of each thermo   
Yes, I believe that will be possible

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #22 on: May 12, 2009, 11:10:52 pm »
...I immediately noticed that the buttons on orbiter are not working properly with this thermostat. Heat/Cool buttons seem to be fine, but all the rest seem to send the wrong command or dont do anything to the thermostat at all.

Are the orbiter button issues worked out with the WD thermostat now? If not, is it a device template issue or a driver issue? (In other words, is it a problem I can help solve or should it be left to an expert like hari)

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #23 on: May 13, 2009, 08:46:02 pm »
I think I did implement most of the needed commands on the dce side. It just lacks polling of the actual states and sending events to the climate plugin in that case. That will be implemented soon.

Dunno if the orbiter sends the proper commands. It would help if somebody could look at the output of the dce router log (e.g. with TailDCERouter.sh) and provide me with the exact dce message that gets sent for each action on the orbiter.

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2009, 07:13:51 am »
Hari,

I just installed 810 on a new HD, I'm using “Mi Casa Verde“ USB Dungle, I  have connected 3 Zwave devices, light switch, motion detector, and WaynDalton http://www.homecontrols.com/cgi-bin/main/co_disp/displ/prrfnbr/12155/sesent/00/Wayne-Dalton-Z-Wave-Thermostat

All devices work as expected except the Thermostat as you know, only commands that work are "Heat" & "Cool"
I attached my DCERouter.log, FYI.
Please let me know if there anything I can do to help you out.

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« Last Edit: June 25, 2009, 07:15:41 am by ccoudsi »
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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2009, 08:34:41 pm »
from the log i see you use +1 and -1 as values for set temp. That is not yet supported. You have to use absolute celcius values.

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2009, 10:18:15 pm »
Hari,
I'm so sorry I missed your reply.
Where do I need to change, so I can use abosolute celcius values??
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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #27 on: July 13, 2009, 10:19:54 pm »
You need to change the jumpers on the actual thermostat to Celcius (see manual) and you can create a scenario for setting an absolute temperature once thats done. Ex: set temp 25 degrees C

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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #28 on: July 14, 2009, 04:08:27 am »
Krys,
I did that and when I set the temperature to 20 degrees the unit gets the commands but does not change the target, the target is always set for 24 degrees, and current temperature is 32 degrees, here's my log:
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linuxmce@dcerouter:/var/log/pluto$ tail -f DCERouter.log                                                                             
07      07/13/09 18:52:18.596           Received Message from 18 (Asterisk / Office) to -1001 (unknown / ), type 2 id 75 Event:Extensions Status, retry none, parameters: <0xa4de1b90>                                                                                                                       
07      07/13/09 18:52:18.596             Parameter 13(Text): SIP/204:Registered <0xa4de1b90>                                                         
07      07/13/09 18:52:27.344           Event #75 has no handlers <0xa4de1b90>                                                                         
07      07/13/09 18:52:27.344           Received Message from 18 (Asterisk / Office) to -1001 (unknown / ), type 2 id 75 Event:Extensions Status, retry none, parameters: <0xa4de1b90>                                                                                                                       
07      07/13/09 18:52:27.344             Parameter 13(Text): SIP/206:Registered <0xa4de1b90>                                                         
08      07/13/09 18:52:59.341           Received Message from 2 (DCERouter / Office) to 87 (Standard Thermostat / ), type 1 id 193 Command:Off, retry none, parameters: <0xb0df9b90>                                                                                                                         
08      07/13/09 18:52:59.343           Received Message from 2 (DCERouter / Office) to 87 (Standard Thermostat / ), type 1 id 184 Command:Set Level, retry none, parameters: <0xb0df9b90>                                                                                                                   
08      07/13/09 18:52:59.343             Parameter 76(Level): 20 <0xb0df9b90>                                                                         
05      07/13/09 18:52:59.372           Socket::ReceiveData 0xb647e2f0 failed, bytes left 0 start: 3360000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 35 Incoming_Conn Socket 35 127.0.0.1 <0xb0df9b90>                                                                                                                 
05      07/13/09 18:52:59.372           Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 35 127.0.0.1 <0xb0df9b90>         
05      07/13/09 18:52:59.372           TCPIP: Closing connection to -1003 (Router Dev #0) 0xb647e2f0 m_Socket: -1 <0xb0df9b90>                       
05      07/13/09 18:52:59.372           Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0xb647e2f0 -1003 <0xb0df9b90>                                                   
07      07/13/09 18:53:03.676           Event #75 has no handlers <0xa4de1b90>
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Re: WAYNE-DALTON Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
« Reply #29 on: July 15, 2009, 11:00:43 pm »
Hari, Krys,
Any ideas what can cause this behavior with my setup??
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Charlie,