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NewfD90
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Multiple Reports

Post by NewfD90 » 12 Nov 2017 18:32

I've updated to the latest 2.1.1 and things are MUCH more stable, thank you!

However, when I do send a report, it shows up multiple times (anywhere from 4-6 times) in my controller's logs. If I enable debug logs that show the raw ZWave messages, they do appear to be coming in multiple times. Not a big deal I guess, but just curious why it might be sending the same report multiple times.

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Nov 12, 2017, 6:50:43 AM
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F

Nov 12, 2017, 6:51:14 AM
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 101 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 101 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 101 °F
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 101 °F
   
 Nov 12, 2017, 8:24:39 AM
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
   Z-Wave Debug                    RCVD requestVarSensorStatus: 01 0B 00 04 00 1F 05 31 05 01 09 66 B0
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: node 031, endpoint None, type 1, raw value 0966...
   Z-Wave Debug                    . .  requestVarSensorStatus: 102 °F (float: 102.000000)
   Z-Wave                          received "Spa Temperature" sensor update to 102 °F
  
   

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PoltoS
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by PoltoS » 13 Nov 2017 17:13

May be poor link quality?

NewfD90
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by NewfD90 » 13 Nov 2017 17:45

PoltoS wrote:
13 Nov 2017 17:13
May be poor link quality?
It has a repeater lamp module not 10 feet from it. Besides, it seems to send multiple reports no matter where I place it in the network and none of my other many Z-Wave devices send multiple reports (some of which are much farther from the controller).

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PoltoS
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by PoltoS » 13 Nov 2017 21:47

How many channels do you have? What is in the association group #1?

NewfD90
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by NewfD90 » 14 Nov 2017 17:25

Just one channel. Here's a detailed report from my controller:

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Indigo Z-Wave Version: 2.0.103
Node ID: 31
Model: Multilevel Sensor (routing)
Model ID: 01100001
Manufacturer: Duwi
Manufacturer ID: 0115
Protocol Version: 4.38
Application Version: 2.11
Model Definition Version: 0
Library Type: 3
Class Name: Multilevel Sensor (routing)
Class Hierarchy: 04 : 21 : 01
Command Class Base: 31
Command Versions: 20v1 60v4 85v1 86v1 8Ev1 70v1 31v7 72v1 73v1 59v1 7Av1 5Av1 5Ev1
Encryption Status: Not Supported
Multi-Endpoint Types: 1:(21 : 01)
Multi-Endpoint Classes: 1:[31]
Multi-Instance Counts: - none -
Features: routing, beaming
Neighbors: 5
Associations: 1:[1]
Config Values: - none -

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PoltoS
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by PoltoS » 16 Nov 2017 10:16

Manufacturer Duwi? Haha.. looks like a very old controller.

Please show the controller log and check for associations and multichannel associations

NewfD90
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by NewfD90 » 16 Nov 2017 16:58

That's all the info I've got from the controller and Indigo doesn't even support multichannel associations.

The last line of the above dump only shows one association:

Associations: 1:[1]
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petergebruers
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by petergebruers » 16 Nov 2017 17:05

@PoltoS I think it is indigo + Zstick (as indicated in other posts from same user). So probably running on a Mac. Indigo probably is not very old, I guess..... purely speculating here: would a different *stick* behave differently?

NewfD90
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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by NewfD90 » 16 Nov 2017 17:10

petergebruers wrote:
16 Nov 2017 17:05
@PoltoS I think it is indigo + Zstick (as indicated in other posts from same user). So probably running on a Mac. Indigo probably is not very old, I guess..... purely speculating here: would a different *stick* behave differently?
Correct on all counts.

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Re: Multiple Reports

Post by petergebruers » 16 Nov 2017 17:18

NewfD90 wrote:
16 Nov 2017 17:10
Correct on all counts.
Okidoki!

I have a RaZberry controller. One of these days, I might find the time to check if it shows similar behaviour... I might have missed it.

You would probably not have noticed it, if you did not have a look at that logfile... Or was something else wrong so you thought: "let us have a look at the log"?

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