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Class=20 (0x14) Information

CLASS1.INFORMATION

Description

Most of the events below have an index parameter that can be used to indicate which of several SECO (sensor/control) units on a node originated the event. Set to zero if the node only control one item. Type = 0 (0x00) Undefined

This is a general event of no special type.

Type = 1 (0x01) Button

A button has been pressed/released.

Data byte Description
0 Bits 0,1,2 If 0 the button has been released. If 1 the button is pressed. If equal to 2 this is a key value (press followed by release). Bits 3-7 is repeats 0-32.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones
3 MSB of code for button.
4 LSB of code for button.
5 MSB of optional code-page.
6 LSB of optional code-page.

Type = 2 (0x02) Mouse

A mouse movement has occurred.

Data byte Description
0 If zero absolute coordinates follow. If equal to one relative coordinates follow.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones
3 MSB of normalized X-coordinate.
4 LSB of normalized X-coordinate.
5 MSB of normalized Y-coordinate.
6 LSB of normalized Y-coordinate.

Type = 3 (0x03) On

A node indicates that a condition is in its on state. Heater on, lights on are two examples.

Data byte Description
0 index. Often used as an index for channels within a module.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 4 (0x04) Off

A node indicates that a condition is in its off state. Heater off, lights off are two examples.

Data byte Description
0 Index.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 5 (0x05) Alive

A node tells the world that it is alive.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 6 (0x06) Terminating

A node tells the world that it is terminating.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Byte2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 7 (0x07) Opened

A node indicates that an open has occurred. This can be a door/window open, a modem line open etc.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 8 (0x08) Closed

A node indicates that a close has occurred. This can be a door/window close, a modem line closure etc.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 9 (0x09) Node Heartbeat

Heartbeats can be used to indicate that a unit is alive or to send periodic data. This can be sent out at predefined intervals to indicate that the node is alive, however, it does not necessarily mean the node is functioning as it should. It simply states that the node is connected to the network. To check if a node is functioning, other properties such as a measurement event or registry should be used. This event should be sent as a response to a “Segment Status Heartbeat” (CLASS1.PROTOCOL, Type=1) in order to provide a method of finding out what is connected to the network. The data bytes from byte 3 and forward can be used to send a descriptive/user friendly name if desired.

Mandatory. All nodes should send this event at least once each minute. A Level II node should normally not send this event but instead send Level II node heartbeat. Recommended interval is 30-60 seconds but in a node that need to sleep longer to save resources a longer interval can be used.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 10 (0x0A) Below limit

This indicates that the node has a condition that is below a configurable limit.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 11 (0x0B) Above limit

This indicates that the node has a condition that is above a configurable limit.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 12 (0x0C) Pulse

This can be used for slow pulse counts. This can be an S0-pulse interface or something similar.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 13 (0x0D) Error

A node indicates that an error occurred.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 14 (0x0E) Resumed

A node indicates that it has resumed operation.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 15 (0x0F) Paused

A node indicates that it has paused.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 16 (0x10) Sleeping

A node indicates that it entered a sleeping state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 17 (0x11) Good morning

The system should enter its morning state. This can be a user pressing a button to set his/her house to its morning state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 18 (0x12) Good day

The system should enter its day state. This can be a user pressing a button to set his/her house to its day state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 19 (0x13) Good afternoon

The system should enter its afternoon state. This can be a user pressing a button to set his/her house to its afternoon state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 20 (0x14) Good evening

The system should enter its evening state. This can be a user pressing a button to set his/her house to its evening state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 21 (0x15) Good night

The system should enter its night state. This can be a user pressing a button to set his/her house to its night state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 22 (0x16) See you soon

The system should be on a temporary alert. This can be a user locking the door to go out to the waste bin or similar situation. An alarm system should not be activated in this situation.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 23 (0x17) Goodbye

The system should be on a goodbye alert. This can be a user locking the door to go out for a days work or similar situation. All alarm systems should be activated in this situation.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 24 (0x18) Stop

A node indicates that a stop event occurred. This can for example be a motor stopping.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 25 (0x19) Start

A node indicates that a start event occurred. This can be a motor starting.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 26 (0x1A) ResetCompleted

A node indicates that a reset occurred. This can be a node doing a warm start.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 27 (0x1B) Interrupted

A node indicates that a reset occurred. This can also be a node doing a warm start.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 28 (0x1C) PreparingToSleep

A node indicates that a sleep event occurred. This can be a node going to its inactive state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 29 (0x1D) WokenUp

A node indicates that a wakeup event occurred. This can be a node going to it awake state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 30 (0x1E) Dusk

A node indicates that the system should enter its dusk state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 31 (0x1F) Dawn

A node indicates that the system should enter its dawn state.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 32 (0x20) Active

A node indicates that its active.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 33 (0x21) Inactive

A node indicates that its inactive.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 34 (0x22) Busy

A node indicates that its busy.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 35 (0x23) Idle

A node indicates that its idle.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 36 (0x24) Stream Data.

A steam of information from a node can be reported with this event. This can be a serial RS-232 channel or some other sequential stream.

Data byte Description
0 Sequence number which is increased by one for every new event with stream data. The sequence number is increased for every frame sent going from 0 - 255 and back to 0 and so on if needed. A new stream starts with a sequence number of 0.
1-7 Stream data.

Type = 37 (0x25) Token Activity

This event is used for cards, RFID's, iButtons, GSM phones and other identification devices. The event is generated when the token device is attached/detached to/from the system. Level II has a counterpart to this event that can take more data. CLASS2.INFORMATION Type=1

Depending on the Token device type a number of this event are sent on the segment with frame index increase for each event. The total expected number can be deduced from the type.

Data byte Description
0 Bit 0,1 - Event code. Bit 2-7 - Token device type code.
1 Zone.
2 Sub-zone.
3 Frame index (Increase by one for every frame sent out for one token activity. Start with zero ).
4-7 Token data.
Event codes
Code Description
0 Touched and released.
1 Touched.
2 Released.
3 Reserved.
Token device type codes
Code Description
0 Unknown Token. 128-bits
1 iButton 64-bit token. 64-bits
2 RFID Token. 64-bits
3 RFID Token. 128-bits
4 RFID Token. 256-bits
5-8 Reserved.
9 ID/Credit card. 128-bits
10-15 Reserved.
16 Biometric device. 256-bits
17 Biometric device. 64-bits
18 Bluetooth device. 48-bits
19 GSM IMEI code (International Mobile Equipment Identity) AA-BBBBBB-CCCCCC-D packed in 64 bits. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMEI 64-bits
20 GSM IMSI code (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) packed in 64 bits. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMSI 64-bits
21 RFID Token. 40-bits
22 RFID Token. 32-bits
23 RFID Token. 24-bits
24 RFID Token. 16-bits
25 RFID Token. 8-bits
26-63 Reserved.

Type = 38 (0x26) Stream Data with zone.

A steam of information from a node can be reported with this event. This can be a serial RS-232 channel or some other sequential stream.

Data byte Description
0 Zone.
1 Sub-zone.
2 Sequence number which is increased by one for every new event with stream data. The sequence number is increased for every frame sent going from 0 - 255 and back to 0 and so on if needed. A new stream starts with a sequence number of 0.
3-7 Stream data.

Type = 39 (0x27) Confirm.

This event can be used as a general confirm event for zoned and stream data.

Data byte Description
0 Zone.
1 Sub-zone.
2 Sequence number byte 3 Class MSB.
4 Class LSB.
5 Type MSB.
6 Type LSB.

Type = 40 (0x28) Level Changed.

Response/confirmation from ex. a dimmer control after a dimmer command or some other unit that change a level.

Data byte Description
0 Relative or absolute level.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 41 (0x29) Warning

A node indicates that a warning condition occurred.

Data byte Description
0 Relative or absolute level.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 42 (0x2A) State

A node indicates that a state change has occurred. Th numerical ID for the current state and the state that is about to become active is supplied.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 State changed from.
4 New State.

Type = 43 (0x2B) Action Trigger

A node optionally indicates that an action has been triggered by this event.

Data byte Description
0 Action ID.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 44 (0x2C) Sunrise

A node indicates that sunrise is detected/calculated.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 45 (0x2D) Sunset

A node indicates that sunset is detected/calculated.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 46 (0x2E) Start of record

This event is used to mark the start of a multi-frame data transfer. This can typically be a GPS received which sends a train of events from one GPS record. The index byte can be used to distinguish record between each other.

Data byte Description
0 Index for record.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 Number of frames to follow or zero for not used.

Type = 47 (0x2F) End of record

This event is used to mark the end of a multi-frame data transfer. The index byte can be used to distinguish record between each other.

Data byte Description
0 Index for record.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 48 (0x30) Pre-set active

This event is used to tell the system that a pre-set configuration is active. Usually a response from a node after a CLASS1.CONTROL, Type=28 has been received by a node.

Data byte Description
0 0
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 Code for pre-set that has been set.

Type = 49 (0x31) Detect

This event is used to tell the system that a detection of some kind has occurred.

Data byte Description
0 Index.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

The first byte is used as an index if a module have several channels or detectors.

Type = 50 (0x32) Overflow

This event is used to tell the system that an overflow of some kind has occurred.

Data byte Description
0 Index.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

The first byte is used as an index if a module have several channels or detectors.

Type = 51 (0x33) Big level changed

This is meant to be used as a confirmation event for CLASS1.CONTROL, Type=33 events.

Data byte Description
0 Index.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3,4,5,6,7 Level as signed Integer. The range can be adjusted by the user by sending the needed number of bytes 1-5.

Type = 52 (0x34) Civil sunrise twilight time

Civil twilight is the period when the Sun is below the horizon but its center is less than 6 degrees below. The “Civil Twilight Starts” time is the dawn or civil dawn, with the center of the Sun at exactly 6 degrees below the horizon. Equally, the “Civil Twilight Ends” time is dusk or civil dusk, when the Sun is 6 degrees below the horizon in the evening.

During civil twilight, the sky is still illuminated, and with clear weather it is brightest in the direction of the Sun. The Moon and the brightest stars and planets may be visible. It is usually bright enough for outdoor activities without additional lighting.

Near the equator, where the Sun sets and rises in an almost vertical direction, the civil twilight period can last only 21 minutes, a very fast nightfall compared to the much longer periods at southern and northern latitudes. In regions north of 60°24' N or south of 60°24' S, there will be at least one night when it does not get darker than this.

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 96 degrees from the zenith position.

A node indicates that sunrise twilight time is detected/calculated.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 53 (0x35) Civil sunset twilight time

A node indicates that sunset twilight time is detected/calculated.

Civil twilight is the period when the Sun is below the horizon but its center is less than 6 degrees below. The “Civil Twilight Starts” time is the dawn or civil dawn, with the center of the Sun at exactly 6 degrees below the horizon. Equally, the “Civil Twilight Ends” time is dusk or civil dusk, when the Sun is 6 degrees below the horizon in the evening.

During civil twilight, the sky is still illuminated, and with clear weather it is brightest in the direction of the Sun. The Moon and the brightest stars and planets may be visible. It is usually bright enough for outdoor activities without additional lighting.

Near the equator, where the Sun sets and rises in an almost vertical direction, the civil twilight period can last only 21 minutes, a very fast nightfall compared to the much longer periods at southern and northern latitudes. In regions north of 60°24' N or south of 60°24' S, there will be at least one night when it does not get darker than this.

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 96 degrees from the zenith position.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 54 (0x36) Nautical sunrise twilight time

A node indicates that nautical sunrise twilight time is detected/calculated.

Nautical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 6 and 12 degrees below the horizon, when bright stars are still visible in clear weather and the horizon is becoming visible. It is too dark to do outdoor activities without additional lighting.

In the morning, nautical twilight starts at nautical dawn, when the Sun rises above 12 degrees below the horizon; it ends when the Sun's center reaches 6 degrees below the horizon. In the evening, nautical twilight begins when the Sun sinks below 6 degrees; it ends at nautical dusk, when the Sun is lower than 12 degrees below the horizon.

For locations north of 54°34' N or south of 54°34' S latitude, the Sun will never be lower than 12 degrees below the horizon for a period in the summer.

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 102 degrees from the zenith position.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 55 (0x37) Nautical sunset twilight time

A node indicates that nautical sunset twilight time is detected/calculated.

Nautical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 6 and 12 degrees below the horizon, when bright stars are still visible in clear weather and the horizon is becoming visible. It is too dark to do outdoor activities without additional lighting.

In the morning, nautical twilight starts at nautical dawn, when the Sun rises above 12 degrees below the horizon; it ends when the Sun's center reaches 6 degrees below the horizon. In the evening, nautical twilight begins when the Sun sinks below 6 degrees; it ends at nautical dusk, when the Sun is lower than 12 degrees below the horizon.

For locations north of 54°34' N or south of 54°34' S latitude, the Sun will never be lower than 12 degrees below the horizon for a period in the summer.

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 102 degrees from the zenith position.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 56 (0x38) Astronomical sunrise twilight time

A node indicates that astronomical sunrise twilight time is detected/calculated.

Astronomical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 12 and 18 degrees below the horizon. It starts at astronomical dawn, early in the morning when the Sun is higher than 18 degrees below the horizon. From this point, it will be difficult to observe certain faint stars, galaxies, and other objects because the Sun starts to illuminate the sky. Astronomical twilight ends at astronomical dusk in the late evening, when those faint objects again can be visible because the Sun is lower than 18 degrees below the horizon. In locations north of 48°24' N or south of 48°24', it never gets darker than this near the middle of the summer solstice (June or December).

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 108 degrees from the zenith position, or directly above the observer.

Astronomical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 12 and 18 degrees below the horizon.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 57 (0x39) Astronomical sunset twilight time

A node indicates that astronomical sunset twilight time is detected/calculated.

Astronomical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 12 and 18 degrees below the horizon. It starts at astronomical dawn, early in the morning when the Sun is higher than 18 degrees below the horizon. From this point, it will be difficult to observe certain faint stars, galaxies, and other objects because the Sun starts to illuminate the sky. Astronomical twilight ends at astronomical dusk in the late evening, when those faint objects again can be visible because the Sun is lower than 18 degrees below the horizon. In locations north of 48°24' N or south of 48°24', it never gets darker than this near the middle of the summer solstice (June or December).

Technically, the start and end times are when the true geocentric position of the Sun is 108 degrees from the zenith position, or directly above the observer.

Astronomical twilight is the period when the center of the Sun is between 12 and 18 degrees below the horizon.

Data byte Description
0 User specified.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 58 (0x3A) Calculated Noon

This event is used for reporting of a calculated noon (real noon).

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 59 (0x3B) Shutter up

Shutter is moving up.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 60 (0x3C) Shutter down

Shutter is moving down.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 61 (0x3D) Shutter left

Shutter is moving left.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 62 (0x3E) Shutter right

Shutter is moving right.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 63 (0x3F) Shutter reached top end

Shutter reached top end.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 64 (0x40) Shutter reached bottom end

Shutter reached bottom end.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 65 (0x41) Shutter reached middle end

Shutter reached middle end.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 66 (0x42) Shutter reached preset end

Shutter reached preset end.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 67 (0x43) Shutter reached preset left

Shutter reached preset left.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 68 (0x44) Shutter reached preset right

Shutter reached preset right.

Data byte Description
0 Reserved.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 69 (0x45) Long click

Long click detected.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating long click. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 70 (0x46) Single click

Single click detected.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating single click. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 71 (0x47) Double click

Double click detected.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating double click. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.

Type = 72 (0x48) Date

A device generated a date event.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating date. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 year century
4 year
5 month (1-12)
6 day (1-31)

Type = 73 (0x49) Time

A device generated a time event.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating time. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 Hour (0-23)
4 minutes (0-59)
5 seconds (0-60)
6 milliseconds MSB (0-999)
7 milliseconds LSB (0-999)

Type = 74 (0x4A) Weekday

A device generated a weekday event.

Data byte Description
0 Index for device generating weekday info. Set to zero if not used.
1 Zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all zones.
2 Sub-zone for which event applies to (0-255). 255 is all sub-zones.
3 Weekday ( 0 (Monday) - 6 (Sunday))



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class1.information.txt · Last modified: 2017/07/12 20:11 (external edit)