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    Hello

    I have a question about openweb message: how can I identify a device installed in my office.
    For my test: I installed a light in my office wich is compatible with openweb, when I read the notice, I must put a device on learn mode, and the other on sender mode, in my case I am suppose that it's my RS232 device to put on learn mode.
    What is the openweb message for request an external device id.

    Thanks




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    jlaborie
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    Welcome jlaborie!

    It's possible to discover the address of a device connected to the SCS BUS. How?

    With a L4686SDK as gateway you can for example send this frame on the bus:

    *#1*1##
    (status request for light actuator in area n° = 1)

    your software gets back the status of light actuator connected:

    *1*1*11##
    *1*0*12##
    *1*0*15##
    *1*0*16##
    *1*1*17##

    This means that there are 5 addresses present:
    (A=area – PL=light point)
    A=1 – PL=1
    A=1 – PL=2
    A=1 – PL=5
    A=1 – PL=6
    A=1 – PL=7

    If this is enough you have a good base to know how is configured your system.

    It you need a more deep detail of the system, you can use the official software Virtual Configurator, but you need a ethernet gateway.

    Let me know
    Lorenzo




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    Thanks for your answer.
    I tried with my tool the command *#1*1## the get back was *#*0##.
    I m thinking that the problem came from my tool, so I used your C# tool and that was the same answer.
    After that I didn't know if I used the last hardware so I sent the commands line to ask version, and these were the answers.
    17:55 Command *#13**15## sent…
    *#*0## (strange)

    17:56 Command *#13**16## sent…
    *#13**16*1*1*0##

    17:56 Command *#13**17## sent…
    *#13**17*1*0*0##

    I wanted to update the firmware, but an error occurred:
    TiUpdate answered me can't connect to dispositif.
    TiUpdate said me to plug the programmings cable, what is this ? Is it the USB cable ?

    Thanks

    Jerome




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    jlaborie
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    Hi Jerome,

    is the L4686SDK interface Orange LED blinking?
    Are you using RS232 or USB cable?

    The interface takes power from the SCS BUS.

    Try with this two software done from Mirco:

    http://www.medioformato.it/my-btproject/index_en.htm

    MySweetHome allows you to send and receive OpenWebNet message with the SCS BUS:

    Hyper L4686SDK allows you monitor what happen on the SCS BUS

    This photo show you how is connected my L4686SDK

    Let me know!
    Lorenzo




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    Hi Lorenzo,

    The L4686SDK interface orange Led isn't blinking.
    I use usb cable, for RS232 it's a special connector and i don t have the cable.

    I downloaded the two tools and I had the same problems, the command *#1*1## return NACK.

    When I see your last picture, I see that my device box doesn't like yours.

    Thanks,

    Jérà´me




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    jlaborie
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    Ciao Jérà´me,

    what device do you have?
    if the led doesn't blink, it means that the SCS bus is not active.

    That's why you get NACk using the various softwares.

    So, can you tell me what are you using?

    Lorenzo




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    On the label behind the box there is the follow refrence

    882 13
    PLC
    Class 122

    Jerome




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    jlaborie
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    Hello
    Your device is a Legrand ones; it's an OPEN-IOBL (In One By Legrand) interface, and it's a little different from the Bticino interface described in this community.
    It work on an extension of OPEN protocol.
    On the CD you find in the pakage you can find a description of managed OPEN.

    Here I propose you an example to turn ON/OFF a relay:

    When you push on ON button of a relay you will receive the frame:
    *1*1*0#6860369##

    Where 6860369 is the Address of relay and is composed from it's ID and it's channel In this case ID=428773 Channel=1 (Address=ID*16+Channel)

    Now if you want to turn OFF from your PC the relay you have to send it:
    *1*0*#6860369##

    The command you list are:
    *#13**16*1*1*0## response FW version
    *#13**17*1*0*0## response HW version
    And you can't modify FW.




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    BT_martinelli
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    Hello

    Thanks for your answer, I better understand the difference between the documents that I find on your site, and mine.
    But my document it is not complete, the chapter 3 is missing, and it contains all examples.
    Do you have that document, or where can i dowloaded this.

    Thanks

    Jérà´me




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    jlaborie
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    Hello

    What is your documents?
    I'm talking about is "Open-Nitoo specifications" "May 09 PC" (printed on first page on the top and on the low side) and this doc has only 2 chapters and 14 pages.




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