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 on: Today at 09:02:51 AM 
Started by dkbialik - Last post by Tuicemen
Going over the pdf files I see  two HG servers one on port 8980 and one on 8081  neither match the port # of the devices path which is indicated as port 8080 this would explain the path error message that is being generated in HA-Bridge. You need to remove the multi HG servers configured and have only one as both seem to been on same ip.also since devices are configured to run on 8080 you either need to edit their paths to point to the correct path or edit HG so it is running on port 8080 or remove all devices in HA-Bidge and re-add them using the HG helper tab in the bridge.
Remembers to save any changes you make in the bridge before proceeding to do any thing else in the bridge.

 on: August 10, 2020, 06:40:29 PM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by Leon 722
Both my wife and I were not home during the outage.  We just discovered certain clocks needed to be reset, etc.  So I do not have a definite answer to the outage.  It could have been just a brownout and a boatload of amps got into the house too fast...don't know.

I'll double-check my stuff this evening.  I still need to check the message playback for Brian.


 on: August 10, 2020, 06:34:16 PM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by petera
So assuming the panel has separate piezo for buzzer and speaker for chime and arm/disarm sounds it seems strange that both would fail at the same time. I assume Brian knows the wiring schema for that panel so I imagine he might be more familiar with a problem further back on the circuit board.

Was the outage due to a lightning strike by any chance.

Would a faulty but functioning power supply cause these symptoms I wonder.

 on: August 10, 2020, 06:13:27 PM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by Fizbin
Brian, in answer to your last post, I have not listened for the message playback, so I will have to check that part out.  I'll post the outcome of that when I have the time.  I also do believe this is a problem caused by the recent power issues we had during the tropical storm last week.

The alarm did call my cell phone when I tripped the zone 1 alarm so I know it is functioning as it is supposed to in that respect.  Just nothing audible from the unit itself. 

 on: August 10, 2020, 06:08:44 PM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by Fizbin
No audible notifications what so ever arming or disarming.  That was the reason why I posted this question because I no longer heard the arm disarm notifications.  The siren does not sound.  I have no hard wiring attached at all except for phone and power jack leads.   The music quaver symbol is visible on the LCD screen.

 on: August 10, 2020, 10:47:49 AM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by petera
Do you still get an audible notification when you arm/disarm the panel. One beep when you arm, 2 beeps when you disarm. When you trip the alarm does the on board panel siren sound. Do you have any wired sensors attached to Zone 31 or 32. If Chime is activated on your panel you should see a musical quaver symbol displayed in the LCD to the left of the screen

 on: August 10, 2020, 10:12:12 AM 
Started by dkbialik - Last post by petera
Have you any other servers running on your unit besides HomeGenie and HA Bridge. Now that your HA Bridge appears to be running could you run this command and paste the results here.Make sure you are in full screen when you run it as the results you pasted earlier were truncated.

sudo systemctl status habridge-service

To install HA Bridge and configure your HomeGenie devices on your unit from the HA Bridge Github takes approximately 20 minutes. I'm curious to know where the entry Port 8980 came from. Did you manually enter that on the HA Bridge HomeGenie config screen.

 on: August 10, 2020, 09:48:09 AM 
Started by dkbialik - Last post by Tuicemen
You have 2 HG servers configured in HA-Bridge if you dont have 2 or your not using both for Alexa remove the other and besure the IP and port are corectly entered. You may need to remove your devices and re-add them or eddit each device to point to the correct HG port and IP

 on: August 10, 2020, 09:40:21 AM 
Started by Fizbin - Last post by Brian H
I believe the Chime is when the console is not armed. For Door Windows Sensors.
From your actions you tried. It almost sounds like there was a hardware failure.

Does it still sound an Alarm when the system is triggered?

Can you still hear the message you have made. When you use the play message in the setup?

I looked at the internal photos from a add an external antenna post here but could not see if it had a chime or speaker along with the Piezo Sounder for an alarm.

 on: August 10, 2020, 09:36:36 AM 
Started by dkbialik - Last post by dkbialik
Please check the two images.

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