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Title: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on September 24, 2009, 09:03:45 pm
Edit:
Please upgrade to ADD (http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php?topic=5130.0), because this script contains at least one bug (caused by a strange Lua behaviour, see http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php?topic=2099.msg36337#msg36337) and the script won't be updated in the future.


This Luup Lua script generates the Z-Wave routing matrix.

Instructions:

  1. Copy the script into the Devices -> Luup plugins -> Test Luup code (Lua) window
  2. Press the 'Go' button
  3. Open /var/log/cmh/LuaUPnP.log and search for "Vera's Z-Wave routing matrix"

Might be useful in debugging Z-Wave routing issues.

Download:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1blj3cbOsv8wJ_HjbzIAQhkhDJhviN--hbkfQoadxDSQ/edit?hl=en&authkey=CNKSv9UF
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on September 25, 2009, 04:31:39 am
Is the statement "If A is neighbor of B, then B is neighbor of A." correct?

I am asking because I have pairs of devices for which this condition does not hold (e.g., 36/93, 84/93, 86/93).

36: binary switch
84: dimmer
86: window covering
93: Danfoss thermostat

                              1  36  83  84  86  88  89  91  93  94 108 110 111 118 119 121 122 123 124 125 126
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1 Scene Controller      |      36  83  84  86  88  89  91  93  94 108     111                     124 125   
 36 Wandspiegellampe      |          83  84  86  88      91  93  94                                     125   
 83 Deckenlampe           |      36      84  86          91  93  94         111                         125   
 84 Schreibtischlampe     |      36  83                  91  93  94                                           
 86 Rollladen SZ          |      36  83          88  89  91  93  94 108                             124 125   
 88 Stehlampe Ost         |      36          86      89  91      94 108                                 125   
 89 Stehlampe West        |                  86  88                 108                             124       
 91 Bewegungsmelder       |      36  83  84  86  88                         111                     124 125   
 93 Heizk√∂rperregler      |          83                                                                       
 94 T√ľrkontakt            |      36  83  84  86  88                         111                     124 125   
 [...]
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: wseverino on September 25, 2009, 09:08:52 pm
Dont see anything attached. I think it has something to do with the moderator group. Can any of the other moderator see an attachment?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: TedStriker on September 27, 2009, 08:12:03 pm
I'm no moderator and I can see the attachment...
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: wseverino on September 27, 2009, 08:18:00 pm
Yeah I don't see it....
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: 325xi on September 27, 2009, 08:21:37 pm
Yep, we can't see attachments... never could... weird.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: wseverino on September 27, 2009, 08:56:05 pm
MCV - Please check the moderators set-up for attachments.......
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: 325xi on September 30, 2009, 11:26:11 pm
BTW, attachments have been fixed
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: madas on November 03, 2009, 07:38:38 am
Does this still work on the recent firmware?

nothing gets written to my log.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvovidiu on November 03, 2009, 07:45:29 am
Hi all,

Ap15e, thank for the good work done here. This is a very useful piece of code even for us.

madas: tested on 1.0.979 and works great.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: madas on November 03, 2009, 07:48:55 am
hmmm...

I just followed the instructions but it doesn't write anything to that log....

root@HomeControl:/tmp/log/cmh# cat LuaUPnP.log
02      11/03/09 7:15:03.714    Finished rotate logs <0x1406>

p.s. I left device number blank - correct?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: madas on November 03, 2009, 07:54:33 am
turned off verbose, saved, turned on verbose, saved, now its fine!
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on November 03, 2009, 09:47:07 am
As this thread has been revived:

Are there any takers for my question concerning Z-Wave routing:

Is the statement "If A is neighbor of B, then B is neighbor of A." correct?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: madas on November 03, 2009, 09:50:11 am
I would love to know.  Very few of mine seem to have mirrored pairs
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: umtauscher on February 16, 2010, 09:48:45 am
Hi Ap15e,

this ist the matrix, as I entered it manually and I think it is not in any way correct. After that I ran the repair function, and it changed nothing. I am on UI2 985.

Quote
20      02/16/10 15:42:01.386   LuaInterface::StartEngine 0x827c90 device 0 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.397   luup_log:0:  <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.398   luup_log:0: Vera's Z-Wave routing matrix <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.398   luup_log:0:  <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.442   luup_log:0:                            1   2   3   4   5   7   9  10  11  13  17  19 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.443   luup_log:0: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.445   luup_log:0:   1 Scene Controller   |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.447   luup_log:0:   2 Telefon Licht      |           3   4              10                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.449   luup_log:0:   3 Stehlampe          |       2       4   5          10                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.451   luup_log:0:   4 Boxen Lampen       |                              10      13         <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.453   luup_log:0:   5 Dimmable Light     |                           9              17     <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.454   luup_log:0:   7 Scene Controller   |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.456   luup_log:0:   9 Licht Eingangstuer |                                      13         <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.457   luup_log:0:  10 Deckenlampe        |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.459   luup_log:0:  11 EZMotion 3in1      |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.481   luup_log:0:  13 Arbeitsplatte      |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.482   luup_log:0:  17 Dimmable Light     |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.483   luup_log:0:  19 Motion Sensor      |                                                 <0x3c10>
50      02/16/10 15:42:01.484   luup_log:0:  <0x3c10>

TIA
Umtauscher
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: umtauscher on February 16, 2010, 11:38:47 am
Ok, forget it. I solved the problem myself.

I updated the z-wave dongle to version 2.78 L:1
Now every node has 4-5 neigbours. Time will tell, if the lag will be gone.

Thanks again

Umtauscher
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: michaelk on February 16, 2010, 11:43:30 am
hopefully that fixes you up.

If you remember please post back- I'm curious if it's the dongle firmware.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 25, 2011, 01:58:10 pm
I made a plugin out of this script and put it on code.mios.com (http://code.mios.com/account) with the name Debugging Utilities.
Here is the link: http://code.mios.com/trac/mios_debugging-utilities
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: oTi@ on March 25, 2011, 02:01:54 pm
I made a plugin out of this script and put it on code.mios.com with the name Debugging Utilities.
Thanks @mcvflorin! 8)
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: JOD on March 25, 2011, 02:14:18 pm
@mcvflorin,

Your screen shot of the matrix shows seven devices, any idea how the output looks for someone who has numerous devices say 70+? If comparing it to the way scenes are displayed within scene controllers I would imagine this would be just be a jumbled mess.

*Edit. I took the plunge anyway but could not get it to work. Does one use both the I & D xml's when creating the device?

Is it a difficult task to take the code.mios.com "code" one step further and have a one click install from the Mios Marketplace? Or is the MM only for MCV plugins?

What would also be good is when a command is issued to turn a device on / off etc. A code is generated showing which devices were brought into play to execute that command, all hops from Vera (and back) to that device.

JOD.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on March 25, 2011, 04:46:58 pm
@mcvflorin

Nice adaption, but ... please use the newer algorithms from ADD.

Why?

Code: [Select]
t={}

table.insert(t,34,'34')
table.insert(t,35,'35')
table.insert(t,36,'36')
table.insert(t, 3, '3')
table.insert(t,4 ,'4')
table.insert(t,7 ,'7' )
table.insert(t,39 , '39')
table.insert(t,40 , '40')
table.insert(t,9 , '9')
table.insert(t,10 , '10')
table.insert(t,11 , '11')
table.insert(t,12 , '12')
table.insert(t,14 , '14')
table.insert(t,15 , '15')
table.insert(t,17 , '17')
table.insert(t,26 , '26')
table.insert(t,29 , '29')
table.insert(t,1 , '1')

for k,v in pairs(t) do print(k,v) end
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: ctbaker on March 27, 2011, 03:11:39 am
I was able to get it to work. These are the steps I went through.

1. Download the four files from the mios code repository.
2. Upload the four files to your vera via the MIOS Developers Icon on the dashboard and hitting the Luup Files tab and uploading from there.
3. Click on the create device tab and then click on the create device button (within the MIOS Developers Icon)
4. Name your new device
5. Set "device_file" to "D_DebuggingUtilities.xml"
6. Set "impl_file" to "I_ZWaveRoutingMatrix.xml"
7. Click on the "X" in the upper right corner
8. Click on the SAVE icon on the dashboard

After the system does it's thing, click on the wrench of the device you originally created in step 3 above and the first tab will show your matrix.

@mcvflorin,

Your screen shot of the matrix shows seven devices, any idea how the output looks for someone who has numerous devices say 70+? If comparing it to the way scenes are displayed within scene controllers I would imagine this would be just be a jumbled mess.

*Edit. I took the plunge anyway but could not get it to work. Does one use both the I & D xml's when creating the device?

Is it a difficult task to take the code.mios.com "code" one step further and have a one click install from the Mios Marketplace? Or is the MM only for MCV plugins?

What would also be good is when a command is issued to turn a device on / off etc. A code is generated showing which devices were brought into play to execute that command, all hops from Vera (and back) to that device.

JOD.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 28, 2011, 10:10:18 am
Your screen shot of the matrix shows seven devices, any idea how the output looks for someone who has numerous devices say 70+? If comparing it to the way scenes are displayed within scene controllers I would imagine this would be just be a jumbled mess.

I updated the code to allow a large number of devices to be displayed.

*Edit. I took the plunge anyway but could not get it to work. Does one use both the I & D xml's when creating the device?

I was in a rush Friday and I didn't have time to write setup instructions. I updated the Trac page (http://code.mios.com/trac/mios_debugging-utilities) with the setup instructions and some useful notes.

Is it a difficult task to take the code.mios.com "code" one step further and have a one click install from the Mios Marketplace? Or is the MM only for MCV plugins?

code.mios.com is not on our servers, but on RepositoryHosting.com. This means that it's not possible to make an one-click plugin installer.
We are working on a Marketplace section for developers that will allow them to easily upload/publish plugins. Until this is finished, we'll have to install plugins the hard way.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 28, 2011, 10:30:01 am
Ap15e, I made you project admin. Feel free to modify it as you like.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on March 28, 2011, 11:06:21 am
@mcvflorin,

thanks for making me project admin - but I'm afraid I won't find time to support adaptions of my code.

Please feel free to convert ADD to a Luup plugin, but please note that my statement from above would apply to adaption of ADD as well. I don't get paid for the time I'm spending on MiOS, so I have to limit my resources.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 28, 2011, 11:18:21 am
@mcvflorin,

thanks for making me project admin - but I'm afraid I won't find time to support adaptions of my code.

Please feel free to convert ADD to a Luup plugin, but please note that my statement from above would apply to adaption of ADD as well. I don't get paid for the time I'm spending on MiOS, so I have to limit my resources.

My intention wasn't to put the responsibility on you, I just thought that since it's your script, you'll probably want to have access to it.

I made this plugin for a couple of reasons:
1. The guys in the support team find it useful.
2. I believe that this is one of the firsts, if not the first, public plugins that use an interface made in JavaScript, so you could consider this a sort of "tech demo".
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on March 28, 2011, 04:06:22 pm
Any chance to get documentation on the 'MiOS JavaScript extensions'?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 29, 2011, 04:12:38 am
Unfortunately there isn't one, I got these functions by looking through the existing code, especially in cpanel_data.js. I will create a Wiki page with some of the most important functions and variables when I find the time.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on March 31, 2011, 04:54:24 am
Please upgrade to ADD (http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php?topic=5130.0), because routing_matrix_MCV_forum_V0.1 contains at least one bug (caused by a strange Lua behaviour, see http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php?topic=2099.msg36337#msg36337) and because the script won't be updated in the future.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on March 31, 2011, 06:00:50 am
I updated the code, but from what I've seen, this plugin wasn't affected by the table.insert behavior that you mentioned, because the problem arises only when inserting something at a lower index (so all the following items are shifted). But the items in the luup.devices table are ordered in ascending order, so when parsing it and adding items in the neighbors table, all the new items are added at the end of the table, and this problem doesn't occur.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: Ap15e on March 31, 2011, 10:59:58 am
Quote
But the items in the luup.devices table are ordered in ascending order

I wouldn't be sure. IIRC, the problem was uncovered by a user whose luup.devices weren't ordered.
I wouldn't make any assumptions on table.insert() ...  :)
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: MNB on April 05, 2011, 01:12:39 pm
Was able to install and make work with no issue, was working for sometime... Today I get the following error message (see attached), reloaded and got same results any idea's Mike
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on April 06, 2011, 04:28:49 am
Try to reinstall the plugin and see if this fixes your issue.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: MNB on April 06, 2011, 12:28:59 pm
Did do that with no success. One piece of data that I omitted was that I was remote accessing when I had the problem. When I got home and did a local access I did not have a problem...

Today, I've reconfirmed that I have the same problem via remote access. If I access via Firefox, all I see is a continuous z-wave router progress bar, even after toggling from advance and back. If I access via Ie8 I get a security warning (see photo) If I answer yes I get the error message (previous photo) if I answer no I get a continuous z-wave router matrix progress bar (same as with Firefox). Mike
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on April 13, 2011, 10:16:02 am
A bit late with the answer...

The problem is not with the plugin, but with the way the extra JavaScript file is included on the fly. This is a problem that affects all the plugins that use an external JS file, and that we didn't notice.

Unfortunately Vali is too busy now to fix this, as it will, most probably, take a while.

After we release the new firmware we will add native support for external JS files, because at the moment the support for the is "hacked".
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: therealabdo on October 24, 2011, 06:06:05 am
hello all

I have tried it but the a bar appried which says "Opening Z-Wave Routing Matrix..." and this is like taking time FOR EVER!!
nothing is appearing and if i close it and re open it an error message appeares
anyone knows why?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on October 24, 2011, 06:19:53 am
Hello therealabdo,

What error message do you get?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: therealabdo on October 24, 2011, 06:45:31 am
thank you very much for your reply
it was fixed automatically but it is taking too much time :)

thank you this is amazing :)
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: mcvflorin on October 24, 2011, 07:43:14 am
When you see the Opening Z-Wave Routing Matrix... message you must click again on this tab to display it.
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: therealabdo on October 25, 2011, 03:34:27 am
okay it did work :D

thnx
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: therealabdo on June 14, 2013, 05:56:30 am
Any same Technology :D but for UI5?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: vio on July 16, 2013, 09:06:00 am
The link http://code.mios.com/trac/mios_debugging-utilities is not working for me. The error is "Environment not found"
Can you send me a valid link?
Regards,
Viorel
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: garrettwp on July 16, 2013, 11:18:30 am
The author is no longer on the forum and has removed all of his plugins. This plugin is no longer available.

- Garrett

Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: ttopic on May 15, 2014, 05:24:05 pm
Damn, so what can we do? Does anybody has the code so can share it to us?
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: rigpapa on August 09, 2014, 12:30:30 pm
I quickly cobbled up some code to reproduce this report. I'm not sure how the original worked (am I seeing that it emailed its contents?), but this one just writes the report to the LuaUPnP.log file. It ain't pretty, but I was working fast and I'm new to both Lua and Luup, so forgive any obvious "hard ways" I may have taken in getting this done. At least it's done.

To run the report, you can copy and paste this code into Apps > Develop Apps > Test Luup Code:

Code: [Select]
function expand(nlist)
  local t = {}
  local n
  for n in string.gmatch(nlist, "%d+") do
    t[tonumber(n)] = n
  end
  return t
end

do
  local n, d, nb;
  local nodelist = {}
  local nodename = {}
  luup.log("Device List")
  for n, d in pairs(luup.devices) do
    if (string.len(d.id) > 0 and string.find(d.id, "[^%d]") == nil) then
      nb = luup.variable_get("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:ZWaveDevice1", "Neighbors", n)
      luup.log("Device " .. tostring(n) .. " node " .. d.id .. " (" .. d.description .. ") neighbors " .. tostring(nb))
      nodename[tonumber(d.id)] = d.description
      nodelist[tonumber(d.id)] = expand(tostring(nb))
    end
  end
 
  luup.log("Neighbor Table")

  local ln, l
  local t = {}
  for n, l in pairs(nodelist) do
    t[#t+1] = n
  end
  table.sort(t)
  ln = string.format("--- %28s", "")
  for l, n in pairs(t) do
    ln = ln .. string.format("|%3d", n)
  end
  luup.log(ln)
  for l, n in pairs(t) do
    local ll = nodelist[n]
    ln = string.format("%3d %-28s", n, string.sub(nodename[n],1,28))
    local k, m
    for k, m in pairs(t) do
      if (ll[m] ~= nil) then
        ln = ln .. string.format(" %3d", m)
      else
        ln = ln .. "    "
      end
    end
    luup.log(ln)
  end
end

The output looks like this in my Vera3 log:

luup_log:0: Device List
luup_log:0: Device 2 node 1 (_Scene Controller) neighbors nilnil
luup_log:0: Device 4 node 2 (Contact Sensor) neighbors 4,20,25,26,27,28,30,31,40
luup_log:0: Device 21 node 4 (Lamp Module) neighbors
luup_log:0: Device 43 node 8 (VRCZ4-MRZ Switch (not conn)) neighbors
luup_log:0: Device 44 node 7 (VRCZ4-MRZ Scene Controller) neighbors 1,4,17,18,20,21,25,27,28,29,31,32,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 46 node 13 (VRCS1-1LZ Not Works) neighbors 1,4
luup_log:0: Device 58 node 17 (Rear Spots) neighbors 1,2,7,8,18,20,21,25,26,27,29,30,31,32,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 59 node 18 (Front Spots) neighbors 1,7,8,17,20,21,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 61 node 20 (Sconces L) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,21,25,26,27,28,29,30,32,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 62 node 21 (Scones Right) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,20,25,27,28,29,32,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 63 node 22 (VRCPG 22) neighbors
luup_log:0: Device 64 node 23 (GE Jasco 45609 no inst update) neighbors
luup_log:0: Device 68 node 25 (Pathway Dimmer) neighbors 1,2,7,8,17,18,20,21,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,35,36,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 69 node 26 (Terr Bath Vanity) neighbors 2,17,18,20,25,27,28,29,30,31,32,35,36,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 71 node 27 (Terr Bath Task Lights) neighbors 1,2,7,8,17,18,20,21,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,36,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 72 node 14 (_Appliance Module) neighbors nilnil
luup_log:0: Device 73 node 28 (Stair Dimmer (3-way)) neighbors 1,2,7,8,18,20,21,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,35
luup_log:0: Device 74 node 29 (Terr Bath 4-in-1 Sensor (motion)) neighbors 4,7,8,18,20,21,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 78 node 30 (Terr Bath Shower) neighbors 1,2,17,18,20,25,26,27,28,29,31,32,35,36,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 79 node 31 (Terr Bath Fan Switch) neighbors 1,2,7,8,17,18,25,26,27,29,30,33,35,36,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 81 node 32 (Window Cans) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,20,21,25,26,27,28,29,30,33,35,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 90 node 35 (Multi-sensor (motion)) neighbors 1,4,18,20,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 94 node 33 (_4 in 1 sensor (motion)) neighbors 18,20,21,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 113 node 36 (Motion Sensor ZWN-BPC) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,20,21,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,39,40
luup_log:0: Device 116 node 39 (Recessed Near) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,20,21,25,26,27,30,31,32,40
luup_log:0: Device 117 node 40 (Recessed Far) neighbors 1,7,8,17,18,20,21,25,26,27,30,31,32,39
luup_log:0: Neighbor Table
luup_log:0: ---                             |  1|  2|  4|  7|  8| 13| 14| 17| 18| 20| 21| 22| 23| 25| 26| 27| 28| 29| 30| 31| 32| 33| 35| 36| 39| 40
luup_log:0:   1 _Scene Controller                                                                                                                   
luup_log:0:   2 Contact Sensor                         4                          20              25  26  27  28      30  31                      40
luup_log:0:   4 Lamp Module                                                                                                                         
luup_log:0:   7 VRCZ4-MRZ Scene Controller     1       4                  17  18  20  21          25      27  28  29      31  32  33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:   8 VRCZ4-MRZ Switch (not conn)                                                                                                         
luup_log:0:  13 VRCS1-1LZ Not Works            1       4                                                                                           
luup_log:0:  14 _Appliance Module                                                                                                                   
luup_log:0:  17 Rear Spots                     1   2       7   8              18  20  21          25  26  27      29  30  31  32  33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:  18 Front Spots                    1           7   8          17      20  21          25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:  20 Sconces L                      1           7   8          17  18      21          25  26  27  28  29  30      32  33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:  21 Scones Right                   1           7   8          17  18  20              25      27  28  29          32  33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:  22 VRCPG 22                                                                                                                           
luup_log:0:  23 GE Jasco 45609 no inst updat                                                                                                       
luup_log:0:  25 Pathway Dimmer                 1   2       7   8          17  18  20  21              26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  35  36  39  40
luup_log:0:  26 Terr Bath Vanity                   2                      17  18  20              25      27  28  29  30  31  32      35  36  39  40
luup_log:0:  27 Terr Bath Task Lights          1   2       7   8          17  18  20  21          25  26      28  29  30  31  32          36  39  40
luup_log:0:  28 Stair Dimmer (3-way)           1   2       7   8              18  20  21          25  26  27      29  30      32  33  35           
luup_log:0:  29 Terr Bath 4-in-1 Sensor (mot           4   7   8              18  20  21          25  26  27  28      30  31  32              39  40
luup_log:0:  30 Terr Bath Shower               1   2                      17  18  20              25  26  27  28  29      31  32      35  36  39  40
luup_log:0:  31 Terr Bath Fan Switch           1   2       7   8          17  18                  25  26  27      29  30          33  35  36  39  40
luup_log:0:  32 Window Cans                    1           7   8          17  18  20  21          25  26  27  28  29  30          33  35      39  40
luup_log:0:  33 _4 in 1 sensor (motion)                                       18  20  21          25  26  27  28      30  31  32              39  40
luup_log:0:  35 Multi-sensor (motion)          1       4                      18  20              25  26  27  28      30  31  32              39  40
luup_log:0:  36 Motion Sensor ZWN-BPC          1           7   8          17  18  20  21          25  26  27  28      30  31  32              39  40
luup_log:0:  39 Recessed Near                  1           7   8          17  18  20  21          25  26  27          30  31  32                  40
luup_log:0:  40 Recessed Far                   1           7   8          17  18  20  21          25  26  27          30  31  32              39   
Title: Re: Z-Wave routing matrix
Post by: therealabdo on August 17, 2014, 05:51:47 am
Thanx man
will try and let you know