Everspring SP103

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Version Status Date Updated Updated By
710 Unknown N/A N/A
810 According to category, Works without caveats 11th May 2010 Wierdbeard65
1004 Unknown N/A N/A
1204 Unknown N/A N/A
Usage Information
SP103

Status

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"

About

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

Setup

In a nutshell

Step 1: Addition/Inclusion of motion sensor to ZWave network
Step 2: Association of motion sensor via LinuxMCE WebUI

Addition/Inclusion

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

Association

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

Command Classes

  • BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
  • GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY

Supports

  • COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
  • COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP
  • COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION
  • COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
  • COMMAND_CLASS_BATTERY
  • COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC
  • COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION

Controls

  • COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC

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