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Usage Information
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The implementation can be found here: http://svn.linuxmce.org/trac.cgi/browser/branches/LinuxMCE-0810/src/EnOcean_TCM120

It will be shipped with 0810. The DCE device is based on the EnOcean LGPL library (http://sourceforge.net/projects/enoceanlib/)



How to install and use EnOcean

The Interface

  • Plug in the USB device
  • Reload the Router
  • Go into web admin and manually add the EnOcean device via the Interface section
  • Now some software should be downloaded and installed
  • Specify the COM Port
  • Reload the router

For The Switches

Now, for each of the rocker switches, you need to look at the /var/log/pluto/<device-id-of-TCM120>_EnOcean_TCM120.log (in the following example it is device ID 83

tail -f /var/log/pluto/83_EnOcean_TCM120.log
  • Press the rocker switch
  • Note the hex number printed (in this example it is 0x0010cbba
05	06/08/09 21:37:32.094		Received RPS U-Message Node 0x0010cbba
  • Go to the web admin
  • Show the device tree
  • Select the enocean device
  • Create child of device type 1947 - Remote Switch
  • in the device data field enter the decimal representation of the node number as the Port / Channel number. In my case 1100730
  • Reload Router

Hint: For people who like some help converting hex to dec, try Wolfram|Alpha.