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We are using the Z-ware library to write our controller application. We want to remove a specific node from the z-wave network.
The "zwnet_add" API can be use for removing the node, but it seems like, it will not serve our purpose of removing any specific node of the network.
Please let me know, How can I achieve the required functionality ?
在定义endpoint数量的时候(定义4个可以，但是改到5个就报错)， 提示我需要去更改eeprom.h 里面的 number of endpoint nvm max
my sdk version is SDK_v6_82_00 . when i try to define 5 endpoints (4 is ok ) there something wrong show up .
my chip is zm5101
my e-mail :email@example.com
INS14416-13 Z-Ware SDK 7.14.x Library C API Reference Manual, points the reader in several places to a table named SW_TYPE_XXX. However this table cannot be found in the document. For example, zwif_level_sup_cache_get API is using this table.
Can anybody help to solve this issue?
1.Our Z-Wave bulbs with ZM5202 module are about to enter the mass production stage. Now we are facing a very critical problem, that is QR code generation.
2. To generate QR code, we first need to get 90 decimal QR code strings, including randomly generated 40 bit DSK and 5-bit checksums calculated by DSA-1. It's a very complicated process. The method we have at present is inefficient and error prone, so that it can not be used in mass production.
3. For the above reason, I would like to get your help to get an efficient and safe QR code generation method.
We're doing a Z-Wave gateway design. Can we use ZGM130S as gateway chip or must we use EFR32ZG14?
The website says "Use of the EFR32ZG14 Modem SoC requires Z-Wave Plus V2 certification". Does this mean that using ZGM130S for *controller* does not require the same kind of certification?
For the EFR32ZG14 I believe there is a precompiled controller firmware available that communicates with the host over UART (using RXD and TXD only, no RTS/CTS). Is the same controller firmware available for ZGM130S? Does that firmware need RTS/CTS connected?
I would appreciate any help you can offer. Thank you
Per the standard, "when a node has been added to or removed from the network or when the Z/IP Gateway has acquired the SIS role, the Z/IP Gateway MUST send an unsolicited Node List Report with the new network information to the unsolicited destination.
If the unsolicited destination itself has initiated the node addition or removal, this command SHOULD NOT be sent.
If no unsolicited destination has been set, the gateway MUST NOT send a Node List Report upon network changes.
For SDK 7.14.x, 2 unsolicited destinations can be set. One is taken by Z-Ware.
QUESTION: Does anybody know if Z/IP Gateway sends the node list, at least to the second unsolicited destination, per standard description above?
You have controller functions like FUNC_ID_ZW_ADD_NODE_TO_NETWORK, which can be sent to the controller with the serial API using the function code directly. But, then there is also a similar command class named COMMAND_CLASS_NETWORK_MANAGEMENT_INCLUSION with a command named COMMAND_NODE_ADD, which seems do the same as the FUNC_ID_ZW_ADD_NODE_TO_NETWORK controller command. I have not found documentation / specifications for the controller function message formats, but have found documentation for the command class variants.
1) What is the background for having two set of commands providing the same functionality?
2) Are the controller function message formats documented somewhere?
3) Should the messages for command classes like COMMAND_CLASS_NETWORK_MANAGEMENT_INCLUSION be sent to the primary controller (typically NodeId = 1)?
Our Z-Wave bulbs with ZM5202 module are about to enter the mass production stage. Now we are facing a very critical problem, that is QR code generation. 192168101.com
To generate QR code, we first need to get 90 decimal QR code strings, including randomly generated 40 bit DSK and 5-bit checksums calculated by DSA-1. It's a very complicated process. The method we have at present is inefficient and error prone, so that it can not be used in mass production.
thank for help