Tuya zigbee plug

@aren I have added your device fingerprint as "Tuya / Neo NAS-WR01" in version 1.1.2 of "Tuya Zigbee Metering Plug" driver. You can update it from HPM or directly from this link.

Please hit the 'Configure' button after updating the driver. Also, make sure your device is actually using this driver:

If after updating and Configuring again the On/Off commands and power/energy readings still do not work, please re-pair the device again to HE hub. I think that repairing again should not be needed, as this is a mains powered zigbee device and the configuration commands should be accepted almost immediately.

@aaiyar The problem seems to be that Markus's driver has the same inClusers and outClusters list, and his driver is selected automatically during the pairing process (probably because this driver was installed earlier than the Tuya driber). Now when this specific device inClusters, outClusters, mode, and manufacturer matches exactly the fingerprint in my driver it should be selected automatically when paired, instead of partially matching Markus driver.


@kkossev thanks for the effort. but I get the same results. these are strange plugs. after changing the driver to your new version. I did not work. I removed the device and re-added it. It was again recognized as a xiaomi sensor. I changed to your driver pressed configure and rebooted the hub. still not working. I checked to see that I use the latest version off the driver. I use 1.1.2.

@aren I think that with a few more iterations we should get it working...

The first problem to solve is to match the correct driver during the pairing process, I see now why my driver fingerprint was not matching - the inClusters list of your device is "0003,0004,0005,0006,0702,0B04,E000,E001,0000", while my device is "0000,0003,0004,0005,0006,0702,0B04,E000,E001". It is one and the same set of clusters, but the two different devices report and HE stores them in a different order. So the simple inClusters string comparison fails. Although the above does not explain why Markus 'Zigbee - Xiaomi/Aqara Motion Sensor' driver is selected instead, the fingerprints there are very different than this Tuya plug...

Just to be sure, can you temporarily change the Tuya plug driver to a "Device" type?

Then press the "Get Info" button, copy/paste the text logs for and send the text to me.
Should look like this:

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:37.293 infofingerprint profileId:"0104", endpointId:"01", inClusters:"0000,0003,0004,0005,0006,0702,0B04,E000,E001", outClusters:"0019,000A", model:"TS011F", manufacturer:"_TZ3000_cphmq0q7"

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:37.197 traceZCL version:03

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:37.193 traceSoftware Build Id:unknown

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:37.188 traceModel:TS011F

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:37.184 traceManufacturer:_TZ3000_cphmq0q7

dev:12932021-12-25 16:09:36.968 debuggetting info for unknown Zigbee device...

The second problem is that most probably the switch on/off commands are sent to the wrong endpoint/ProfileID (the Zigbee 3.0 'Green Power')... This could be detected and prevented in a future driver version, but I hope that once the correct driver is picked up during the initial pairing process, it will start working OK. At least this was the solution for a similar Tuya plug a month ago.

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And why again aren't we using the generic zigbee outlet driver with this device?

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"they claim to use the zigbee 3.0 protocol" ..... 'nuff said.

If you had your HE hub updated to version yesterday, you need to revert back to the previous stable version

Critical device data like the model, endpointID, etc.. were playing weird today...

Go to HE Settings page -> Check for updates -> downgrade to

The generic zigbee outlet driver should work with this device, with the exception of receiving the power, voltage, amperage data - these Tuya outlets need polling, they can not be configured to send reports automatically.

Thanks for your reply

dev:3682021-12-26 08:49:48.138 traceZCL version:03

dev:3682021-12-26 08:49:48.134 traceSoftware Build Id:unknown

dev:3682021-12-26 08:49:48.129 traceModel:TS011F

dev:3682021-12-26 08:49:48.125 traceManufacturer:_TZ3000_w0qqde0g

dev:3682021-12-26 08:49:48.070 debuggetting info for unknown Zigbee device...

I hope this helps you and of course me :wink:

above was before downgrade.

after downgrade to this is the reply.

2021-12-26 09:01:57.781 debuggetting info for unknown Zigbee device...

dev:4002021-12-26 09:01:55.106 infoZigbee parsed:[raw:00950100060800001000, dni:0095, endpoint:01, cluster:0006, size:08, attrId:0000, encoding:10, command:0A, value:00, clusterInt:6, attrInt:0]

dev:4002021-12-26 09:01:53.966 infoZigbee parsed:[raw:00950100060800001001, dni:0095, endpoint:01, cluster:0006, size:08, attrId:0000, encoding:10, command:0A, value:01, clusterInt:6, attrInt:0]

dev:4002021-12-26 09:01:42.779 debuggetting info for unknown Zigbee device...

I got nothing. with get info. I manually turn the plug on and off. and tried info again.
this is what you get with cheap devices :frowning_face:

'Get Info' is not returning the device fingerprint :frowning:

Most likely the device endpoint is not retrieved and not stored in device Data, this may explain why the inbuilt Generic Zigbee Outlet (and all other drivers) do not work.

Has anyone else seen a similar problem with other zigbee devices?

@kkossev It works !!!
! added a fingerprint profileid in your driver and now it looks like it is working. I can turn the plug on and off. it is recognized when added/discovered
fingerprint profileId: "0104", inClusters: "0003, 0004, 0005, 0006, 0702, 0B04, E001, E000, 0000", outClusters: "0019, 000A", manufacturer: "_TZ3000_w0qqde0g", model: "TS011F", deviceJoinName: "Neo NAS-WR01 Outlet new"
I even get power updates

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after having it functional with the changed driver. I tried the get info via device again. and now that works also.

2021-12-26 09:27:12.323 infofingerprint profileId:"0104", endpointId:"01", inClusters:"0003,0004,0005,0006,0702,0B04,E001,E000,0000", outClusters:"0019,000A", model:"TS011F", manufacturer:"_TZ3000_w0qqde0g"

dev:4022021-12-26 09:27:12.237 traceZCL version:03

dev:4022021-12-26 09:27:12.229 traceSoftware Build Id:unknown

dev:4022021-12-26 09:27:12.225 traceModel:TS011F

dev:4022021-12-26 09:27:12.220 traceManufacturer:_TZ3000_w0qqde0g

dev:4022021-12-26 09:27:12.153 debuggetting info for unknown Zigbee device...

As all we already know, these Tuya devices behave very weird... So it may be a combination of different factors, such as partially initialized / corrupted device settings inside TS011F firmware. In such cases removing the plug from the mains power supply for a couple of minutes and then re-initializing the devices again may help.

The important thing is that the devices is working now! :slight_smile:

thanks for your great help. :+1: :+1: :+1:

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There is a new driver version that is published here : [BETA] Tuya Zigbee Metering Plug

I understood that the profileid, model number, manufacturer, inclusters and outclusters are different for each product.

I simply followed what @aren did here and added a line in the driver as below.
Remove the device and re-added and it was identified immediately.

fingerprint profileId:"0104", endpointId:"01", inClusters:"0000,0003,0004,0005,0006,000A,E000,0702,0B04,1000,1888", outClusters:"0019,0021", model:"TS000F", manufacturer:"_TZ3000_xkap8wtb", deviceJoinName: "Tuya Power Monitoring Switch"

All good now.
@kkossev - Is it possible to put in a dynamic popup field for the input values in your driver? Then it will work for any new product as well.


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Thank you for the fingerprint info, I will add it to the next update of the Tuya driver.
Unfortunately, there is no easy way to provide a dynamic configuration of new devices in a HE driver. What could be done to make the adding of new devices easier is to implement in the driver a generation of the fingerprint the same way, as the HE inbuilt 'device' driver does it.

Can you share a link to the store where this device was purchased?

Thanks @kkossev
Here you go!

Tuya Zigbee MINI Smart Switch Module 16A Wireless Switch Smart Home Smart Life Compatible With Alexa Google Home Yandex


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would these work just for power off and on ..i dont care about power monitor

All Tuya Zigbee plugs that I know of will work for simple On/Off using the HE inbuilt drivers.

There is still some lottery thrill in such purchases - some Tuya devices will not stay connected to the C-8 radio, but hopefully this will be resolved in the future.

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thanks good to know...i have a C7 but i who knows if I upgrade would not want things to go south