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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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#12 Post by edualc » 29 Nov 2019, 21:43

Hi,

should I definitively consider that no support will be given here and that this device will never be supported ?
Thank you to - at least - reply and give us your feedback !
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Re: Atlantic MD-334R Alarm horn

#13 Post by Stuntteam » 30 Nov 2019, 00:03

Read the latest post on http://www.rflink.nl/blog2/
If you have ANY device that can transmit to your Sirene/horn then make a debug log and mail that.
We need RFLink debug data, plenty of others supply debug data!
If you can not provide that then we are forced to first look at the debug data that we get from others for other devices.
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