Try to reset the devices with a z-wave remote before inclusion. Were they deployed in another network?
No, these are new units. I am using same type of devices in other places so they are compatible at least.
Reset via remote?
you should see it in the node list. It is written to the log (36) at startup.
Ok, I shall look for No1 then, can't remember seeing that though..
But as it does not even blink faster in your case, I'd assume the node info frame does not get sent from the plugs if they are still included in another network.
But you can always try to exclude it with the "remove node" command in 0810, then do a reset of the controller (up and then up till it lits in all three colors), then add it again with the "add node" command. I prefer "add node" instead of "download config". The usb dongle stays at node id 1 that way. Download config also is prone to errors with SIS (does not enable SIS with that remote all the time).
Ok, all these commands. Is it correct to assume that I can send these commands from webadmin. Since I do not use 0810, from what version of your driver is this working?
The node Id info, ok. Here it gets interesting. I did this on the tricklestar beleiving I was excluding..
press until green, then quick press at the Lower button. Then Include action on the device and it locked it instantly..(!)
Then tried including again and it failed =/
Went and reloaded the router fearing that I has removed all my lights or some of them but they where still in there.. strange..
this makes me even more certain that the tricklestar is no longer in my excisting zwave network and it has somehow lost the config while not being used(also strange)
Ok, one step ahead at least.
I made quick reload and looked in the log more closely now when I knew what to look for.
It finds Node1 and that it is a controller, so that part is ok I guess. But it also finds the new nodes and here is where it gets interesting.
36 07/07/09 23:24:54.819 Got reply to FUNC_ID_ZW_GET_NODE_PROTOCOL_INFO: <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:54.819 Invalid generic class (0), ignoring device <0xb78ecb90>
40 07/07/09 23:24:54.916 Sending job 0x80a67d0 (cb 0) - 0x1 0x4 0x0 0x41 0xf 0xb5 (###A##) <0xb78ecb90>
41 07/07/09 23:24:54.917 ACK RECEIVED <0xb78ecb90>
41 07/07/09 23:24:54.919 0x1 0x9 0x1 0x41 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x3 0x0 0x0 0xb5 (###A#######) <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:54.919 Got reply to FUNC_ID_ZW_GET_NODE_PROTOCOL_INFO: <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:54.919 Invalid generic class (0), ignoring device <0xb78ecb90>
40 07/07/09 23:24:55.016 Sending job 0x80a69f0 (cb 0) - 0x1 0x4 0x0 0x41 0x10 0xaa (###A##) <0xb78ecb90>
41 07/07/09 23:24:55.044 ACK RECEIVED <0xb78ecb90>
41 07/07/09 23:24:55.044 0x1 0x9 0x1 0x41 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x3 0x0 0x0 0xb5 (###A#######) <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:55.044 Got reply to FUNC_ID_ZW_GET_NODE_PROTOCOL_INFO: <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:55.044 Invalid generic class (0), ignoring device <0xb78ecb90>
36 07/07/09 23:24:55.045 Finished building node list: <0xb78ecb90>
Ok, they may be flty off course but two of them?
I bought all my switches and dimmers at the same time so presumably they should be from the same batch and the others are working flawlessly, although they where included when all the others where added.
You find what's wrong by reading the above message?