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|Version||Status||Date Updated||Updated By|
|810||According to category, Works without caveats||11th May 2010||Wierdbeard65|
Tested (and working) with the latest svn Z-Wave driver (will be included in 0810).
The Everspring SP103 is a basic PIR supporting on/off. One of the disadvantages is the energy consumpton "Eats batteries like there is no tomorrow"
The Everspring SP103 is a battery powered Z-Wave PIR sensor. It uses a frequency of 868MHz. There is also a US version.
Manuf ID1: 0x0 ID2: 0x60, Prod Typ1: 0x2 Typ2: 0x2, Prod ID1: 0x0 ID2: 0x1
In a nutshell
- Step 1: Addition/Inclusion of motion sensor to ZWave network
- Step 2: Association of motion sensor via LinuxMCE WebUI
- 1. Remove batteries from motion sensor
- 2. Unplug USB ZWave controller from Core
- 3. Put ZWave controller into inclusion mode
- 4. Complete inclusion process by inserting batteries in motion sensor
- 5. Plug ZWave controller back to LinuxMCE Core
- 1. Collect data from your ZWave controler needed for association
- 1.1. Advanced -> Configuration -> Devices
- 1.2. In left windows scroll down to ZWave and click on ZWave Controller
- 1.3. Read Port/Channel Number, in my case "1"
- 2. Associate Motion sensor
- 2.1. Wizard -> Devices -> Interfaces
- 2.2. Click Advanced button for ZWave device with Device Template #: 1754
- 2.3. Click Send command to device
- 2.4. Select Set Association" from drop down menu