ZWave API

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Usage Information

Introduction

The ZWave API is not available for free. You have to get the Zensys SDK for command specifications and device class definitions. This page tries to collect all the freely available information about ZWave. The final goal is to provide a header file with all necessary definitions for basic operation with open source software.

IMPORTANT: all information added to this page _must_ have a reference to the source where it came from.

API

Frame specification

Karl Denninger implemented basic ZWave support in his software "HomeDaemon". He advised that basic frame specification can be derived from his source code (http://www.denninger.net/homedaemon.htm).

Basic Classes

From the Leviton Z-Wave RS232 ASCII Interface Programming Guide (RZC0P-1LW, 10/9/2007):

Controller         1
Static controller  2
Slave              3
Routing Slave      4

that leads us to some definitions:

#define OZA_BASIC_CLASS_CONTROLLER         0x01
#define OZA_BASIC_CLASS_STATIC_CONTROLLER  0x02
#define OZA_BASIC_CLASS_SLAVE              0x03
#define OZA_BASIC_CLASS_ROUTING_SLAVE      0x04

Device Types

From the Z-Wave Configuration Information-1.pdf:

CONTROLLER       0x01 (like the ZTH200,    Classes: )
SWITCH/APPLIANCE 0x10 (ZRP200,             Classes: 25, 27, 75)
DIMMER           0x11 (ZDP200, ZDW230, .., Classes: 26, 27, 75, ...)
TRANSMITTER      0x12
THERMOSTAT       0x08
SHUTTER          0x09

Command and Device classes

From the Electronic Solutions, Inc. DBMZ Advanced User manual:

Command/Device Classes

Basic Slave Device

All

Multilevel Switch

  • COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
MULTILEVEL_SWITCH_GET
MULTILEVEL_SWITCH_SET
MULTILEVEL_SWITCH_START_LEVEL_CHANGE
MULTILEVEL_SWITCH_STOP_LEVEL_CHANGE

additional information from http://zwaveworld.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=237:

>?FI003,017,000  //basic class 3 (slave), generic class 0x11 (multlevel switch), specific class 0

All the known classes

COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC 0x20
COMMAND_CLASS_BATTERY 0x80
COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP 0x84
COMMAND_CLASS_CONTROLLER_REPLICATION 0x21
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL 0x26
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL 0x27
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY 0x30
COMMAND_CLASS_ALARM 0x71
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CMD 0x8F
COMMAND_CLASS_CLIMATE_CONTROL_SCHEDULE 0x46
COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK 0x81
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION 0x85
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION 0x70
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 0x72
-
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION 0x2B
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF 0x2C
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 0x72
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION 0x86
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_PROPRIETARY 0x91
COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING 0x77
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL 0x73
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK 0xEF
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL 0x82
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_INSTANCE 0x60
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL 0x31
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY 0x25

Basic

  • COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
BASIC_GET
BASIC_SET

Mandatory

Multilevel Sensor

(from the Vizia RF Application Note)

  • COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL

example get:

>N4SE49,4 (RZC0P Syntax)

sensor report:

<N004:049,005,001,009,075
  049: device class
  005: command report
  001: value send is a temperature value
  009: value represented with 1 byte in degrees fahrenheit 
  075: 75° F

Setback schedule thermostat

from http://www.innovus.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/manual/VD2_standard_01_RA-PLUS.pdf

Supported: COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION COMMAND_CLASS_BATTERY COMMAND_CLASS_CLIMATE_CONTROL_SCHEDULE COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CMD COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP Controlled: COMMAND_CLASS_CLIMATE_CONTROL_SCHEDULE COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CMD

HSM100 (battery, temperature, motion, light)

The HSM100 is a motion sensor (probably the best as for now) (2008)

Device supports classes: 60, 31, 70, 84, 85, 80, 72, 77, 86
Manufacturer ID: 1E (HomeSeer) Type: 02 ID: 01
Lib: 2.31 App: 1.4 Also know with Lib: 2.40 App: 1.6 or App: 1.7
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_INSTANCE, 60
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL, 31
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION, 70
COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP, 84
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION, 85
COMMAND_CLASS_BATTERY, 80
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72
COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING, 77
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION 86


The following frame from personal observations is described below

0030.354<01 05 00 13 03 00 EA
0030.344<06 01 04 01 13 01 E8
0030.244<01 09 00 04 00 0A 03 80 03 64 1C BATTERY 100%
0030.233<01 05 00 13 03 00 EA
0030.223<01 04 01 13 01 E8
0030.223<06
0030.193<06 02 31 05 03 01 00 A5 LIGHT 1%
0030.193<01 0E 00 04 00 0A 08 60
0030.183<01 05 00 13 03 00 EA
0030.173<01 04 01 13 01 E8
0030.163<06
0030.063<06 03 31 05 01 2A 02 D5 5A TEMPERATURE 72.5F
0030.063<01 0F 00 04 00 0A 09 60
0029.743<01 05 00 13 03 00 EA
0029.733<01 04 01 13 01 E8
0029.733<06
0029.593<01 08 00 04 00 0A 02 84 07 78



The HSM100 when awake send a frame and stay awake for about 2.5 seconds to answer to request.
01 08 00 UU 00 03 02 84 07 CR 
when this frame is received if we need to get the temperature we have to send
01 0C 00 13 UU 05 60 06 03 31 04 05 03
...and to get the light %
01 0C 00 13 UU 05 60 06 02 31 04 05 03
if there is a change in light level or temperature a frame will be answered by the HSM100 
to indicate the temperature or / and the light level

Light % level Let's take the frame

06 02 31 05 03 01 02 A7

      'VB express 2008 sample code to get the light level in %
       If InStr(temp, "06 02 31 05 03") Then
           j = InStr(temp, "06 02 31 05 03")
           carac = Mid(temp, j + 18, 5)
           resultat = carac & "-" & HexToDec(Mid(temp, j + 18, 2)) & "%"
       End If


Temperature measure

06 03 31 05 01 2A 02 E2 6D



       j = InStr(temp, "06 03 31 05 01")
       carac = Mid(temp, j + 18, 5)
       If carac <> "" Then
           temperature1 = HexToDec(Mid(temp, j + 21, 2))
           If HexToDec(Mid(temp, j + 18, 2)) = 3 Then
               temperature1 = ((temperature1 - 25) / 10) + 79.3
           End If
           If HexToDec(Mid(temp, j + 18, 2)) = 2 Then
               temperature1 = ((temperature1 - 170) / 10) + 68.2
           End If
           If HexToDec(Mid(temp, j + 18, 2)) = 1 Then
               temperature1 = ((temperature1 - 170) / 10) + 41.1
           End If
           ' in case °celsius are requested instead of °F
           tc = Format((5 / 9) * (temperature1 - 32), "##.#")
           temp = temperature1
           calculate_temperature = temp
       End If
 

Motion detection for module with address 7

01 09 00 04 00 07 03 20 01 00 no move
01 09 00 04 00 07 03 20 01 FF move


C O N F I G U R A T I O N HSM100
SET Unit 0Ch to report no move delay after 1 minute

01 0C 00 13 0C 05 70 04 02 01 01 05 03 99 

set unit 0Ch to wake up every 6 minutes

01 0D 00 13 0C 06 84 04 00 01 68 01 05 03 05

set unit 0Ch to wake up every 12 minutes

01 0D 00 13 0C 06 84 04 00 02 D0 01 05 03 BE

set unit 12 to wake up every 18 minutes

01 0D 00 13 0C 06 84 04 00 04 38 01 05 03 50

Set unit 0Ch led off

01 0C 00 13 0C 05 70 04 03 01 00 05 03 99 

Set unit 0Ch led ON

01 0C 00 13 0C 05 70 04 03 01 FF 05 03 66
Get sofware association for unit 0Ch
Write  01 0A 00 13 0C 03 85 02 01 05 03 69 
Read   01 0C 00 04 00 0C 06 85 03 01 04 00 01 7F  // YES associated
OR
Read   01 0B 00 04 00 0C 05 85 03 01 04 00 7A     // NOT associated

Remove software association Unit 0Ch

01 0B 00 13 0C 04 85 04 01 01 05 03 68

Set software association Unit 0ch

01 0B 00 13 0C 04 85 01 01 01 05 03 6D

Force to optimize Unit 0Ch

01 05 00 48 0C 03 BD 
01 04 00 4A 05 B4

RZP15 Vizia Leviton Appliance Module switch 908.42Mhz

supports classes: 25, 27, 2B, 2C, 85, 72, 86, 91, 77, 73, EF, 82 
manufacturer ID: 00 1D (Leviton) 
Type: 101 ID: 206
version: Lib: 2.6 App: 0.3
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY, 25
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL, 27
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION, 2B
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF, 2C
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION, 85
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION, 86
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_PROPRIETARY, 91
COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING, 77
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL, 73
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK, EF
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL, 82
Frame to send ON
01 0A 00 13 UU 03 20 01 63 05 03 CR
Frame to send OFF
01 0A 00 13 UU 03 20 01 00 05 03 CR
Request supported classes
01 04 00 41 UU CR  
Supported classes response
01 09 01 41 C9 0C 00 04 10 03 CR

Request: 01 04 00 41 UU CR
Answer:
C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12
01 09 01 41 C9 0C 00 04  11  04  62

C2= Start
C3= length
C4=
C5=
C6=
C7=
C8=
C9=  Basic class (1=controller, 2= static controller, 3=slave, 4=routing slave)
C10= Device type (1=controller,  10=switch, 11=Dimmer, 12=transmitter, 8=Thermostat, 9=shutter,21=?)
C11=
C12= CRC


Where UU is the unit number to switch ON - OFF and CR is the XORING AND checksum for the frame

RZS15 Vizia Leviton Wall switch 908.42Mhz

Supports classes: 25, 27, 2B, 2C, 85, 72, 86, 91, 77, 73, EF, 82
Manufacturer ID: 0 1D (Leviton) 
Type: 301 ID: 206
Version: Lib: 2.6 App: 0.3
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY, 25 
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL, 27
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION, 2B
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF, 2C
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION, 85
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION, 86
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_PROPRIETARY, 91
COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING, 77
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL, 73
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK, EF
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL, 82

RZP03 Vizia Leviton Appliance Module dimmer 908.42Mhz

Device supports classes: 26, 27, 2B, 2C, 85, 72, 86, 91, 77, 73, EF, 82
Manufacturer ID: 00 1D(Leviton) Type: 201 ID: 206
Lib: 2.6 App: 0.3
The difference between a switch and a dimmer is the class 26 for dimmer and 25 for switch
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL, 26
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL, 27
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION, 2B
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF, 2C 
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION,  85
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72 
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION, 86
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_PROPRIETARY, 91 
COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING, 77
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL, 73
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK, EF
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL 82
 Frame to send: to light ON with 9% 
01 0A 00 13 UU 03 20 01 09 05 03 CR
 Frame to send: to light ON with 95% 
01 0A 00 13 UU 03 20 01 5F 05 03 CR
 Frame to switch off 
01 0A 00 13 UU 03 20 01 00 05 03 CR
Request supported classes unit 02
01 04 00 41 02 B8  
Supported classes response
06 01 09 01 41 C9 0C 00 04 11 04 62
With UU is equal to the unit ID and CR is the checksum (XORING)

VRE06 Vizia Leviton Wallplate VRE06 908.40Mhz

Intermatic HA04C Outdoor Lighting Module switch 908.42Mhz

Device supports classes:  20, 25, 27, 86, 72
Brand 00 05 type 00 04  ID 00 03
version: Lib: 1.28 App: 2.0
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC, 20
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY, 25
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL, 27
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION, 86
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72

Electronic Solutions Inc DBMZ DC motor controler

Device supports classes: 26, 72, 86, 27, 70, 73
Manufacturer ID: 00 33(Electronic Solutions Inc) Type: 5250 ID: 3032
Lib: 2.24 App: 1.1
The difference between a switch and a dimmer is the class 26 for dimmer and 25 for switch
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL, 26
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC, 72
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION, 86
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL, 27
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION, 70
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL, 73

Removing device 05h from the Z-TROLLER

029178: 14.07.2008 17:48:28.899 +0.0 W 01 04 00 4B 01 B1   Waiting a unit button get pressed
029181: 14.07.2008 17:48:28.914 +0.0 R 06 01 07 00 4B 02 01 00 00 B0
029182: 14.07.2008 17:48:28.914 +0.0 W 06            
029461: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.242 +0.0 R 01 07 00 4B 02 02 00 00 B3    
029464: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.257 +0.0 W 06   
029491: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.648 +0.0 R 01 16 00 4B 02 03 05 0F 04 10 03 25 27 2B 2C 85 72 86 91 77 73 EF 82 32      
029494: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.663 +0.0 W 06   
029501: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.741 +0.0 R 01 07 00 4B 02 06 00 00 B7
029504: 14.07.2008 17:48:33.757 +0.0 W 06 
029590: 14.07.2008 17:48:35.069 +0.0 W 01 04 00 4A 05 B4 Confirm unit 5 has been removed

Adding device 12h to the Z-TROLLER (vizia switch)

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 105173: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.488 +0.0 R 01 05 00 46 85 00 39                              ...F….9
 105174: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.488 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105178: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.519 +0.0 W 01 09 00 13 12 02 77 05 05 03 81                  ......w...
 105181: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.535 +0.0 R 06 01 04 01 13 01 E8                              ......è
 105182: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.535 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105187: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.582 +0.0 R 01 05 00 13 03 00 EA                              ......ê
 105188: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.582 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105191: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.597 +0.0 R 01 08 00 04 00 12 02 77 06 92                     .......w.’
 105192: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.597 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105196: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.628 +0.0 W 01 09 00 13 12 02 77 02 05 03 86                  ......w...†
 105199: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.644 +0.0 R 06 01 04 01 13 01 E8                              ......è
 105200: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.644 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105205: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.691 +0.0 R 01 05 00 13 03 00 EA                              ......ê
 105206: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.691 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 105209: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.707 +0.0 R 01 08 00 04 00 12 02 77 03 97                     .......w.—
 105210: 14.07.2008 18:07:55.707 +0.0 W 06                                                .
 Simple steps to add a device
 S 01 04 00 4A 01 B0             Request the z-trolle to START adding a device
 R 06 01 07 00 4A 02 01 00 00 B1 
 S 06
 R 01 07 00 4A 02 02 00 00 B2                          
 S 06                           
 R 01 16 00 4A 02 03 12 0F 04 10 03 25 27 2B 2C 85 72 86 91 77 73 EF 82 24  The button was pushed                            
 S 06
 R 01 07 00 4A 02 06 12 00 A4    The device 12h was added
 S 06
 S 01 04 00 4A 05 B4             Send the z-troller a adding device completion
 ------------------- 
 Simple steps to remove device 10h
 S 01 04 00 4B 01 B1              Send to the z-troller a START to remove a device
 R 06 01 07 00 4B 03 01 00 00 B1   
 S 06
 R 01 07 00 4B 03 02 00 00 B2 
 S 06
 R 01 16 00 4B 03 03 10 0F 04 10 03 25 27 2B 2C 85 72 86 91 77 73 EF 82 26  The button on the device was pushed
 S 06
 R 01 07 00 4B 03 06 00 00 B6                    
 S 06
 S 01 04 00 4A 05 B4              Send the z-troller a END remove device                   
 R 06

Getting neighborhood info for a unit (z-troller)

01 07 00 80 UU 00 01 03 CR

Restart the z-troller

01 03 00 08 F4

Manufacturer Specific

  • COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC

Show the ESI product data:

MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_GET

Example return message:

0x00 0x33 0x52 0x50 0x30 0x32
 0x00: maunfacturer id high byte
 0x33: manufacturer id low byte, ID: 0x0033
Product type ID "RP"
Product ID "02"

Version

  • COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION
VERSION_GET

Example return message:

0x04 0x02 0x06 0x01 0x01 0x5a
 0x04: Library type 4 for basic slave device
 0x02: Protocol version 2
 0x06: Protocol sub version 6
 0x01: Application version 1
 0x01: Application sub version 1
 0x5a: ?

All Switch

  • COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
SWITCH_ALL_GET
SWITCH_ALL_ON
SWITCH_ALL_OFF

Configuration

  • COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION

Each parameter is a single byte ("0" or "1")

CONFIGURATION_GET
CONFIGURATION_SET

Power Level

  • COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
POWERLEVEL_TEST_NODE_SET
POWERLEVEL_TEST_NODE_GET
POWERLEVEL_TEST_NODE_REPORT

Example: POWERLEVEL_SET, 5, 60 set the ZWave node's power level to 5 for the length of 60 seconds

Device configuration data

Traces

Starting the ZWave device:

40    03/28/08 15:53:34.590           0x1 0x3 0x0 0x15 0xe9 (#####) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:34.741           0x6 0x1 0x10 0x1 0x15 0x5a 0x2d 0x57 0x61 0x76 0x65 0x20 0x32 0x2e 0x33 0x31 0x0 0x1 0x96 (#####Z-Wave 2.31###) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:34.792           0x1 0x3 0x0 0x20 0xdc (### #) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:35.042           0x6 0x1 0x8 0x1 0x20 0x0 0x0 0x55 0x28 0x2 0xa9 (#### ##U(##) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:35.092           0x1 0x3 0x0 0x2 0xfe (#####) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:35.342           0x6 0x1 0x25 0x1 0x2 0x4 0x4 0x1d 0x3 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x2 0x1 0xc4 (##%#) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:35.393           0x1 0x4 0x0 0x52 0x1 0xa8 (###R##) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:35.643           0x6 0x1 0x4 0x1 0x52 0x1 0xa9 (####R##) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:35.694           0x1 0x3 0x0 0x56 0xaa (###V#) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:35.944           0x6 0x1 0x4 0x1 0x56 0x0 0xac (####V##) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:35.995           0x1 0x4 0x0 0x41 0x1 0xbb (###A##) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:36.245           0x6 0x1 0x9 0x1 0x41 0xc9 0x0 0x0 0x3 0x11 0x0 0x6d (####A######m) <0xb718cb90>
40      03/28/08 15:53:36.296           0x1 0x4 0x0 0x41 0x2 0xb8 (###A##) <0xb698bb90>
41      03/28/08 15:53:36.545           0x6 0x1 0x9 0x1 0x41 0xd2 0x6 0x0 0x2 0x2 0x0 0x62 (####A######b) <0xb718cb90>

Interesting string:

 0x1 0x2 0x4 0x4 0x1d 0x3 0x0 0x0 0x0 ...
 0x1 means it is a response
 0x2 means it is initialization data
 0x4 is the version
 0x4 is the capabilities

LMCE will look for the next 4 bytes to get the list of devices. It seems to be a bit map. In this case, the first byte is 0x3 or in binary 00000011 so devices ID 1 and 2 are present. It is unclear to me why we only look at 4 bytes (32 zwave devices) while the protocol supports 232

NOTE: this is a (already fixed) bug in the old version of the closed pluto Z-Wave driver. The actual closed driver and the new open source driver (http://svn.linuxmce.org/svn/trunk/src/ZWave) of course honor all 232 devices (29*8)


Switching on a ZDP200 lamp plug from the Orbiter:

40      03/28/08 15:49:20.707           0x1 0xa 0x0 0x13 0x1 0x3 0x26 0x1 0x63 0x5 0x6 0xa3 (#\n####&#c###) <0xb68f3b90>
41      03/28/08 15:49:21.007           0x6 0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (#######) <0xb70f4b90>
41      03/28/08 15:49:21.307           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x6 0x0 0xef (#######) <0xb70f4b90>

Pressing "all units on" on the ZTH200:

41      03/28/08 15:50:58.553           0x1 0x8 0x0 0x4 0x4 0xef 0x2 0x27 0x4 0x39 (#######'#9) <0xb70f4b90>
41      03/28/08 15:50:58.854           0x1 0x8 0x0 0x4 0x0 0xef 0x2 0x27 0x4 0x3d (#######'#=) <0xb70f4b90>

Pressing "all units off" on the ZTH200:

41      03/28/08 15:51:43.713           0x1 0x8 0x0 0x4 0x4 0xef 0x2 0x27 0x5 0x38 (#######'#8) <0xb70f4b90>
41      03/28/08 15:51:44.014           0x1 0x8 0x0 0x4 0x0 0xef 0x2 0x27 0x5 0x3c (#######'#<) <0xb70f4b90>

Pressing the local switch on the ZDP200 (toggling from off to on):

41      03/28/08 15:52:37.284           0x1 0xc 0x0 0x49 0x84 0x1 0x6 0x3 0x11 0x0 0x26 0x27 0x75 0x5f (###I######&'u_) <0xb70f4b90>

Learn Mode

Start

We send:

40      04/11/08 18:25:26.852           0x1 0x4 0x0 0x50 0x1 0xaa (###P##) <0xb68d9b90>

response:

41      04/11/08 18:25:27.052           0x6 (#) <0xb70dab90>
41      04/11/08 18:25:29.763           0x1 0x7 0x0 0x50 0x2 0x1 0xef 0x0 0x44 (###P####D) <0xb70dab90>
35      04/11/08 18:25:29.763           ZWJobSetLearnMode:  len = 6 buf = 0x00 0x50 0x02 0x01 0xef 0x00  <0xb68d9b90>
36      04/11/08 18:25:29.763           ZWJobSetLearnMode: start learning <0xb68d9b90>

Simple configuration download

A ZTH200 with a ZDP Lamp plug (id 2) in group 2 (named "Wohnzimmer" also gives us some group information:

this seems to be the group membership:

0x1 0xb 0x0 0x4 0x2 0xef 0x5 0x21 0x31 0x8 0x2 0x2 0x0 (#######!1####)

this is the scene information:

0x1 0x16 0x0 0x4 0x2 0xef 0x10 0x21 0x32 0x9 0x2 0x57 0x4f 0x48 0x4e 0x5a 0x49 0x4d 0x4d 0x45 0x52 0x20 0x20 0x12 (#######!2##WOHNZIMMER  #)

Battery Powered devices

unsolicited wake up frame:

0x1 0x8 0x0 0x4 0x4 0x2 0x2 0x84 0x7 0x74 (#########t)

Pluto Source Code

The pluto project at one point in time included zwave control classes. The source code for these classes was published for some time at svn.plutohome.com. These classes are no longer published. However, substantial details of framing formats were derivable from that source code.

Some snippets that explain how to construct some interesting PDUs are the following (all snippets from code that was labelled GPLed at the top. Full interpretation of this code requires access to the z-wave SDK headers, which are labelled proprietary and thus are not included here):

  • JobSwitchChangeLevel
       setState(ZWaveJob::RUNNING);
 	size_t len = 9;
 	char data[9];
 	data[0] = REQUEST;
 	data[1] = FUNC_ID_ZW_SEND_DATA;
 	data[2] = (char)d->nodeID;
 	data[3] = DATA_LEN;  // 3
 	data[4] = COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL;
 	data[5] = SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_SET;
 	data[6] = d->level;
 	data[7] = TRANSMIT_OPTION_ACK | TRANSMIT_OPTION_AUTO_ROUTE;
 	data[8] = 1;
  • JobSwitchBinaryGet
   setState(ZWaveJob::RUNNING);
   size_t len = 8;
   char data[8];
   data[0] = REQUEST;
   data[1] = FUNC_ID_ZW_SEND_DATA;
   data[2] = (char)d->nodeID;
   data[3] = DATA_LEN;
   data[4] = COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL;
   data[5] = SWITCH_BINARY_GET;
   data[6] = TRANSMIT_OPTION_ACK | TRANSMIT_OPTION_AUTO_ROUTE;
   data[7] = 2;
   return handler()->sendData(data, len);
  • JobSetLearnNodeState
   char buffer[10];
   buffer[0] = REQUEST;
   buffer[1] = FUNC_ID_ZW_SET_LEARN_NODE_STATE;
   buffer[2] = mode();
   buffer[3] = 1; // Callback FunctionID
   buffer[4] = 0;
   setState(ZWaveJob::RUNNING);
   d->failed = false;
   return handler()->sendData(buffer, 3);

Z-Wave protocol Reset:

 First command: /** */
 01 08 00 03 01 02 01 01 21 D6
 00 = request
 03 = FUNC_ID_SERIAL_API_APPL_NODE_INFORMATION
 01 = listening /** not moving */
 02 = node generic type, GENERIC_TYPE_STATIC_CONTROLLER
 01 = node specific type, SPECIFIC_TYPE_PORTABLE_REMOTE_CONTROLLER
 01 = param length
 21 = COMMAND_CLASS_CONTROLLER_REPLICATION

// wait for ACK

 ________________________________________________________________
 Second command: /** Reset to factory default. */
 01 04 00 42 01 B8
 00 = request
 42 = FUNC_ID_ZW_SET_DEFAULT
 01 = Callback FunctionID
 Answer:
 06
 01 04 00 42 01 B8
 06 = ACK
 01 = SOF
 04 = Length
 00 = Request
 42 = FUNC_ID_ZW_SET_DEFAULT
 01 = Callback FunctionID
 B8 = checksum

Framing

Serial PDUs are framed with a simple framing protocol. Byte value 0x01 is start of frame, or SOF. The second octet is the length in bytes of the frame, excluding the SOF or the length octet. Assume that value was n for this frame. The next n - 1 octets are the framed payload. The last octet is a checksum computed by xoring a 0xff seed with all octets of the payload. The checksum includes the length field, but not the SOF byte or the checksum byte itself.

Each frame is acknowledged by the remote end with 0x06.

NOTE: if you look at an ascii table (man ascii) you see the following: 0x01 SOH (start of heading) 0x06 ACK (acknowledge) 0x15 NAK (negative ack.) 0x18 CAN (cancel)

This information is derived from the pluto source code, along with observation of the serial protocol from existing commercial software.


Truth Table XOR A ⊕ B
A   B Result
0   0 0
0   1 1
1   0 1
1   1 0

XORING description for the zwave (z-wave) checksum calculation
let s say you have the frame 01 08 00 04 00 0A 02 84 07 78 
You will have to take 
08 XOR 00 XOR 04 XOR 00 XOR 0A XOR 02 XOR 84 XOR 07= 87  
NOT 87 => 78 So in that case your checksum will be 78


 'Checksum code for c/c++
   char checksum(char *buf, int len) {
   	int ret = 0xff;

for (int i=0;i<len;i++) ret ^= buf[i]; return ret;

   }


 'Checksum (XORING NOT) code for visual basic 2008 express
   Public Function checksumZ(ByVal chaine As String) As String
       Dim result As Integer
       Dim resultS As String
       Dim result2 As Integer
       Dim result2s As String
       resultS = Replace(chaine, " ", "")
       chaine = resultS
       resultS = Mid(chaine, 3, 2)
       result = Val("&H" & resultS)
       For i = 5 To (Len(chaine)) Step 2
           result2s = (Mid(chaine, i, 2))
           result2 = Val("&H" & result2s)
           result = result Xor result2
       Next
       result = Not (result)
       resultS = Hex(result)
       checksumZ = Mid(resultS, Len(resultS) - 1, 2)
   End Function

Capturing your own sample transactions

These notes are for Microsoft Windows. Linux should be easier.

Get a copy of Device Monitoring Studio. These instructions were written with version 5.11. Use an HA22 device or other serial or usb-to-serial Z-wave dongle. Monitor the serial port for an event. Add the "Request" view in DMS. Do your operations in the software that will interact with the HA22. No click on the "complete" tab in the request view. Right click and choose "export". Save the .htm file that results.

The resulting HTML is pretty verbose. Some simple regexps can pull out interesting details. That results in transcriptions like the ones you see below.

Here's a session with an established Homeseer installation starting up:

W: 01 03 00 02 fe 
R: 06 
R: 01 25 01 02 04 04 1d ff 00 
R: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 01 02 38 

the 29 bytes after 1d (length, thats 29 in decimal) represent a node bitmask (29*8 = 232 devices).

W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 01 bb 

now it's iterating over the nodes and asking for supported classes

R: 06 01 09 01 41 12 06 00 01 01 01 a3 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 02 b8 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 11 04 62 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 03 b9 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 11 04 62 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 04 be 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 11 04 62 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 05 bf 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 11 04 62 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 06 bc 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 10 03 64 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 07 bd 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 0c 00 04 10 03 64 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 08 b2 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 ca 06 00 02 02 00 7a 
W: 06 
W: 01 07 00 03 01 02 00 00 f8 
R: 06 
W: 01 03 00 20 dc 
R: 06 01 08 01 20 00 98 a2 94 08 70 

00 98 a2 94 == home id 08 == node id

W: 06 
W: 01 03 00 07 fb 
R: 06 01 20 01 07 02 2d 00 00 00 01 00 01 7f 80 fe 00 8f 00 00 00 7b 9f ff 00 87 00 00 00 00 00 80 00 00 64 
W: 06

Here's the first bits of what HomeZiX did when started:

W: 01 03 00 15 e9 
R: 06 01 10 01 15 5a 2d 57 61 76 65 20 32 2e 30 39 00 01 9d 
W: 06 
W: 01 05 00 06 0f 0a f9 
R: 06 01 05 01 06 96 0f 64 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 17 00 ec 
R: 06 01 04 01 17 00 ed 
W: 06 
W: 01 03 00 07 fb 
R: 06 01 20 01 07 02 2d 00 00 00 01 00 01 7f 80 fe 00 8f 00 00 00 7b 9f ff 00 87 00 00 00 00 00 80 00 00 
R: 64 
W: 06 
W: 01 03 00 20 dc 
R: 06 01 08 01 20 00 7a 7a af 02 7b 
W: 06 
W: 01 03 00 02 fe 
R: 06 
R: 01 25 01 02 04 04 1d 87 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
R: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 01 02 40 
W: 06 
W: 01 03 00 56 aa 
R: 06 01 04 01 56 00 ac 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 01 bb 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 04 00 03 10 00 68 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 02 b8 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 ca 06 00 02 02 01 7b 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 03 b9 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 04 00 03 10 00 68 
W: 06 
W: 01 04 00 41 08 b2 
R: 06 01 09 01 41 c9 04 00 03 10 00 68 
W: 06 
W: 01 05 00 21 00 00 db 
R: 06 01 04 01 21 42 99 
W: 06 
W: 01 05 00 21 00 01 da 
R: 06 01 04 01 21 06 dd 
W: 06 
W: 01 06 00 23 00 02 06 de 
R: 06 01 09 01 23 21 72 86 82 2b 87 2f 
W: 06 
W: 01 08 00 13 ff 01 00 00 01 1b 
R: 06 01 04 01 13 01 e8 
W: 06 
R: 01 05 00 13 01 00 e8 
W: 06 
W: 01 05 00 50 ff 01 54 
R: 06 
R: 01 07 00 50 01 01 ef 00 47 
W: 06 

References

http://www.basshome.com/leviton_z-wave_documentation_1970_ctg.htm (dead link, redirects to home page)

http://zwaveworld.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=237

http://www.eilhk.com/en/product/Datasheet/Zensys/SDS10243-2%20-%20Z-Wave%20Protocol%20Overview.pdf

or

http://www.smarthus.info/support/download/zwave/Z-Wave%20Protocol%20Overview.pdf


http://www.eilhk.com/en/product/Datasheet/Zensys/INS10244-3%20-%20Z-Wave%20Node%20Type%20Overview%20and%20Network%20Installation%20Guide.pdf

or

http://www.smarthus.info/support/download/zwave/Z-Wave%20Node%20Type%20Overview%20and%20Network.pdf

http://www.smarthus.info/support/download/zwave/Z-Wave%20Configuration%20Information.pdf


http://www.ddj.com/embedded/193104353

http://www.elec-solutions.com/docs/motor_controls/abmhz/ABMHZ_v1+1_Advanced_User_Manual.pdf (since pulled, but still visible as of April 26, 2008 in the Google cache)

Tools used

http://sourceforge.net/projects/slsnif/

Links

http://www.intouchcontrolsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41&page=2

http://www.elec-solutions.com/docs/motor_controls/dbmz/DBMZ_v1+1_Advanced_User_Manual.pdf

http://zwaveworld.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=227&st=20

http://www.denninger.net/homedaemon.htm

http://forums.controlthink.com/