Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

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Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#1 Post by edualc » 25 Jul 2019, 12:18

Hi,

Is this alarm horn supported ? I cannot debug because there is even no signal received by RFLink when I press the register button of the alarm horn. So the problem is that I have no idea of the ID of the horn, so I cannot install it manually in my Gateway (Jeedom).
Thank you for your support

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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#2 Post by Stuntteam » 25 Jul 2019, 15:07

The horn should learn (with the register button) the code (id) from a remote control or alarm base station..
You do not have something that can trigger the horn?
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#3 Post by edualc » 25 Jul 2019, 16:09

Unfortunately not...don’t know if there is a remote available...RFlinkloader does’nt capture anythink

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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#4 Post by edualc » 25 Jul 2019, 16:14

Should I then create an equipment with the Atlantic protocol and send a dummy ID to the horn while pressing the record button on the horn ?

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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#5 Post by Stuntteam » 25 Jul 2019, 18:48

That might work.. but it is possible that there are restrictions on the ID.
Best would be if someone has a valid ID that he can share.
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#6 Post by edualc » 25 Jul 2019, 20:08

Ok, thanks for the advice.
Could you confirm me the exact wording of the rflink message with the name of the protocol (Atlantic or Eiantech...?) c
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#7 Post by edualc » 25 Jul 2019, 21:36

I tried this :
10;Atlantic;010E02;8;08200804010E020900;
Trame non utilisable 20;D1;CMD UNKNOWN;

don't know what is wrong ....is the protocol name correct ?

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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#8 Post by edualc » 26 Jul 2019, 17:08

After several tests with different codes, I come to the conclusion that RFLink cannot send anytnink in this Atlantic protocol, only receive capability.
Could you confirm ?

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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#9 Post by Stuntteam » 28 Jul 2019, 11:43

It depends on how and what if it can be send or not.
However:
10;Atlantic;010E02;8;08200804010E020900;
this is for sure not a valid format.
The last part (in your case 9 bytes) must be a command, like ON or OFF.
Testing at random will not work.
You need to get a value from a device (like a remote or base station) that will actually trigger the siren.
Not just because without that it will be a shot in the dark...
but also because once you have a valid packet that will trigger the alarm horn, I can make sure it will work or modify the code to make it work.
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#10 Post by edualc » 28 Jul 2019, 14:25

HI,

there has been a lot of excahnges and tests made on some forums with RFXCom (sorry for that... :oops: :oops: )
With the following details, do you think it would be possible to implement somethinh in RFLink to make it working ?


The following command set has been given by the technical support of RFXCom for this equipment and protocol :

================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 03 01 0E 02 0D 00
================================================
Packettype = Security1
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao
Sequence nbr = 3
id1-3 = 010E02
status = Group1 or Disarm
battery level = Low
Signal level = 0

================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 06 01 0E 02 0B 00
================================================
Packettype = Security1
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao
Sequence nbr = 6
id1-3 = 010E02
status = Group3 or Arm Home
battery level = Low
Signal level = 0

================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 08 01 0E 02 09 00
================================================
Command type
Packettype = Security1
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao
Sequence nbr = 8
id1-3 = 010E02
status = Group2 or Arm Away
battery level = Low
Signal level = 0

================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 07 01 0E 02 06 00
================================================
Packettype = Security1
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao
Sequence nbr = 7
id1-3 = 010E02
status = Panic
battery level = Low
Signal level = 0

The two commands that we need here are : switching the siren ON and switching it OFF.
Note that the following ID number (010E02) is a valid one, it belongs to a user with a real equipment

Recently the Atlantic siren software has been updated, and the technical support has confirmed that the working commands are now :

ON :
================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 04 01 0E 02 06 90
================================================
Command type ==> 0x08
Packettype = Security1 ==> 0x20
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao ==> 0x08
Sequence nbr = 4 ==> 0x04
id1-3 = 010E02 ==> 0x010E02
status = Panic ==> 0x06
battery level = High ==> 0x9
Signal level = 0 ==> 0x0

OFF :
================================================
Security1 command: 08 20 08 04 01 0E 02 0D 00
================================================
Command type ==> 0x08
Packettype = Security1 ==> 0x20
subtype = Meiantech/Atlantic/Aidebao ==> 0x08
Sequence nbr = 4 ==> 0x04
id1-3 = 010E02 ==> 0x010E02
status = Group1 or Disarm ==> 0x0D
battery level = Low ==> 0x0
Signal level = 0 ==> 0x0
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#11 Post by edualc » 05 Aug 2019, 21:55

Hello Stuntteam,
Any news ?

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