[ARCHIVED] Salus SP600 Smart Plug with Presence

Yea found that but didn't make much sense, mabey a need a good drink and try again


Done! Up to v1.07 now.

What were they or did you just write it to ignore them

They're acknowledged and skipped in the trace log now, there's nothing specific to them that the driver needs to do. The one on cluster 0006 was a device state counter, but it rolls over too quickly to be of much use, 8021 is a network discovery message, 8032 is the 'management routing response' message and 8038 is the 'management network update notify' message.

could you make these varable in the preferences, i fond these setting very chaty so have mine set at 10,240,0x05 (ln169-171)

been noticing when i turn the device off, it turns back on (on dashboard ) for a few seconds i guess its this section

if (powerValue > 0) {
				sendEvent(name: "switch", value: "on", isStateChange: false)		// Just in case.

added some info using the description text in send event

Confirmed and fixed in v1.09. Cheers!


@andydvsn you might want to check this thread, the driver is showing a warning at system level

Thanks for the heads-up @mark.cockcroft.

Should be fixed in v1.10 now.

I just added what Mike said on line 402 (delay) after the it

Saw this in the logs

Thanks, @mark.cockcroft, caught in v1.12 now.

switched one over to generic zigbee outlet today, seem to be working ok on that

Hi @andydvsn
I am using your driver for my Salus outlets and was wondering if you could clarify something for me.
In you could you have this.

	// Some other drivers have this configurable, but these work very well from my experience and matches the AlertMe outlets I'm used to.
	// Feel free to tinker with the report times and reportable change if other values better fit your requirements.


	sendZigbeeCommands(zigbee.configureReporting(0x0702, 0x0400, DataType.INT24, minReportTime, maxReportTime, reportableChange))


The min and max report times are self explanatory and I have amended these so that it reports every 30 seconds (ish). :wink:
I have played with the reportable change part but it doesn't seem to do what I think it should.
Could you explain how the reportable change can be configured to report, say, changes bigger than 10W.
Thanks very much and keep up the good work.

Yeah, you can do that.

The value is in hex, so you need 0xA for a 10W change.

Just be aware that changing these figures alters the frequency with which the plug will communicate with the hub, so you may also need to alter presenceTimeoutMinutes (around line 217) to something higher, otherwise the system will believe that the plug has fallen off the mesh.

Thanks for the reply Andy.
Hex, that takes me back. Decoding hex fault messages.
I'm seeing lots of reports from one of my outlets and just wanted to cut the frequency of them.
Thanks again.

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