The last version 1.6 of openzwave is from 2019.
Therefore, I moved to Zwavejs2Mqtt.
To have a z-wave master, I installed Zwavejs2Mqtt.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade --fix-missing
sudo apt update
sudo apt install snapd
sudo snap install core
sudo snap install snapd
sudo snap install zwavejs2mqtt
You will find it in /snap/zwavejs2mqtt/
- Set some access configuration:
sudo snap connect zwavejs2mqtt:raw-usb
sudo snap connect zwavejs2mqtt:hardware-observe
sudo snap set system experimental.hotplug=true
sudo systemctl restart snapd
snap interface serial-port
sudo snap connect zwavejs2mqtt:serial-port
sudo snap set zwavejs2mqtt server.host="0.0.0.0"
sudo snap set zwavejs2mqtt server.port=8091
- Check whether everything runs fine:
sudo run zwavejs2mqtt.exec
I had to encounter:sudo snap restart zwavejs2mqtt
cannot mount bpf filesystem under /sys/fs/bpf: No such file or directory.
Show GUI in a browser:
- Finaly create a deamon:
And watch the log:
sudo snap logs zwavejs2mqtt -f
z-wave USB Stick UZB
Plug your UZB into the USB slot. It will light up shortly, and then it stais sleeping, until you"ll use it.
For connection find its ID by:
Remote Control ZME_KFOB_S
I had major problems to include the KFOB remote control -- and that was mainly due to timing issues:
- To enter Management Mode, I have press all 4 buttons 10 sec -> LED blinks green slowly.
- To reset the device, I have to press button 3 shortly and then hold button 4 for 10 sec ! Watch for the LED reaction.
- To include into network, enter Management Mode again and press button 1 -> LED blinks green/red alternating.