ZEAL - Z-Wave Event and Alarm Listener  

Developer: Kristian's Plugins
Category: Events and Actions
Github: Github Repo
Assistance: Get help!    Check the online documentation
Plugin ID: com.kris10an.indigoplugin.zeal
Latest release: v0.3.7 released on March 4, 2018
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Requires: Indigo v7.0.2 or higher
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ZEAL - Z-Wave Event and Alarm Listener - Indigo plugin

This Indigo plugin allows you to listen for and create triggers for most known z-wave notification reports. The plugin is currently configured for 195 different reports. A Z-wave notification report can be low battery, door opened, fire alarm triggered, device overload etc. The plugin also allows you to create very flexible triggers for z-wave device battery levels and reports. Furthermore, it keeps track of outgoing z-wave commands and you can create triggers for failed commands or slow commands. It also keeps statistics on your Z-wave network, you will be able to see how many ingoing and outgoing commands of each type to/from each device, as well as minimum, maximum and average response time.

Main features

  • Triggers on Z-wave notification reports
  • Triggers on Z-wave battery reports
  • Triggers on failed or slow outgoing Z-wave commands
  • Z-wave network statistics
  • Very flexible trigger configuration, allows you to use a "filter" style meaning you can create a single trigger for all your devices. It is also possible to exclude devices, meaning you can create a trigger for "all but one" devices. If you then add a new Z-wave device to your network, it is automatically included in your existing trigger.
  • The filter style trigger also allows you to select multiple notification reports for the same trigger. This means you for example can create a single trigger for all your door sensors, which triggers both when the door opens and closes.
  • The battery triggers can be configured to reset in a number of different ways. Meaning you can choose to have it trigger only once when the battery drops below a certain level. Or it can trigger every X hours. Trigger can be automatically re-enabled when battery is replaced.
  • Since the plugin supports making single triggers for multiple devices, it can be configured to save triggering device information to variables, so that this information can be used in actions.
  • Table with Z-Wave statistics can be output to Indigo log or sent via e-mail. It is recommended to use the Better E-mail plugin for this, to allow formatted HTML e-mail.

Documentation

Documentation is in progress and will be added to the Wiki, please also use the forum for more information or if you have questions.

Release details
Released on: March 4, 2018
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
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Disable update checks (temporary quick-fix)

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Released on: Nov. 29, 2017
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
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Dependant plugin check and plugin update check interval fix

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Released on: Nov. 29, 2017
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
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Dependant plugin check and plugin update check interval fix

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Released on: Feb. 7, 2017
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
Downloaded: 57 times 
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Release v0.3.2

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Released on: Feb. 7, 2017
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
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Release v0.3.1

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Released on: Jan. 22, 2017
Requires: Indigo v7.0.2+
Downloaded: 12 times 
Changes in this release
  • Better formatting and ordering of Z-wave node statistics table
  • Action for statistics table added
    • Can be sent as e-mail or output to indigo log
    • Supports device and variable substitution
    • When using Better E-mail plugin (> v7.1.0), e-mail can be sent in HTML format for better looking table
    • Custom selection of columns to include
    • Selectable column to order by
    • Can set custom default value where stats are missing