No state changes seen in Home assistant

I set up Konnected today with the wiring from the pre-installed home security system in my house, which includes 2 motion sensors and multiple door sensors which are split into 10 zones.

I followed instructions as per the site.  I did not run into any apparent issues while installing - the wifi modules seemed to connect to my wifi just fine and show up as connected devices when I look at my router.

I configured in Home Assistant as per instructions as well.  The pertinent part of my config file is as below:

konnected:

  api_host: http://192.168.86.133:8123

  access_token: (deleted)

  devices:

    - id: bcddc282723e

      binary_sensors:

        - zone: 1

          type: motion

          name: 'Front Room Motion'

        - zone: 2

          type: motion

          name: 'Living Room Motion'

        - zone: 3

          type: door

          name: 'Front Door Sensor'

        - zone: 4

          type: window

          name: 'Office'

        - zone: 5

          type: door

          name: 'Mud Room Door'

        - zone: 6

          type: door

          name: 'Living Office LF'

      switches:

        - zone: out

          name: 'Siren'

    - id: bcddc28270fe

      binary_sensors:

        - zone: 1

          type: door

          name: 'Basement'

        - zone: 2

          type: door

          name: 'Garage'

        - zone: 3

          type: door

          name: 'Dining'

        - zone: 4

          type: door

          name: 'Living RS'

        - zone: 5

          type: door

          name: 'zone 2-5'

        - zone: 6

          type: door

          name: 'zone 2-6'


When I start home assistant, everything shows up appropriately (i.e, the binary sensors are present).  Everything is marked as closed however, and does not change when I open or close the doors, or walk in front of the motion sensors.

I saw recommendations to access the konnected device directly via the IP assigned by my router on port 23239, and tried this, but I cannot connect.  I have tried rebooting everything, from the konnected boards themselves to home assistant to my router, and nothing has helped.  

Has anyone had a similar problem, or have any ideas how I can fix it?

  • I've managed to fix my issue - flashing the latest firmware onto the konnected board did the trick! 

  • no sensor state changes all of a sudden with my NodeMcuEsp8266.    I was reading about HA being in a different VLAN .    How do you enable mDNS on mac computuer to get sensors to communicate?

  • I tried flashing my wifi module , nodeMCUEsp8266 with konnected flash tool using lastest updated firmware and filesystem, 2-2-7

    When I connect back to breadboard , I get a solid blue light from LED gpio2

    device is not transmitting any information to connect to wifi, even using 192.168.4.1



    However, when I flash with older firmware, filesystem, 2-2-4, I get flashing LED at gpio2 and able to connect to the wifi and blue light goes out


    Any explanation?


    Recently , alarm working well with home assistant but one day I realized no state changes with any of my binary sensors.  I saw something on discussion board of that happening to many others.  


    Eric 



  • I read through this thread but have not found a solution to this issue that works for me. I am able to see the Konnected zones in my HA setup, but do not get state changes an am unable to control buzzers and alarms attached to the Konnected boards. I ran into this problem during two separate hardware upgrades that I did at the same time, so I am unsure of which caused the break. I was previously running HA on a Rasberry Pi 3 and upgraded to a VM in VMWare Workstation running a fresh hassio image with a dedicated IP address. I am running HA 0.96.5 and have manually flashed the boards with the latest Konnected firmware. I also upgraded from an older Netgear router to the Netgear  Orbi mesh router system and have assigned static IPs. I have attached my .yaml configuration for konnected below. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks ! 


     

    # Konnected Alarm Configuration
    
      access_token: !secret konnected_token
      api_host: http://192.168.1.18:8123
      devices:
        - id: !secret konnected_04D6
          switches:
            - zone: out
              name: Siren
              momentary: 200
              pause: 400
              repeat: -1
    
            - zone: 1
              name: Buzzer
              momentary: 65
              pause: 40
              repeat: 2
    
            - zone: 1
              name: Warning
              momentary: 65
              pause: 40
              repeat: -1
    
          binary_sensors:
            - zone: 2
              type: door
              name: Front Door
              # wire id: 1
    
            - zone: 3
              type: door
              name: Utility Door
              # wire id: 18
    
            - zone: 4
              type: door
              name: Sliding Door
              # wire id:  10 & 11
    
            - zone: 5
              type: window
              name: Office
              # wire id: 2 & 3
    
            - zone: 6
              type: window
              name: Guest Bedroom
              # wire id: 4
    
    
        - id: !secret konnected_73AA
          binary_sensors:
            - zone: 1
              type: motion
              name: Foyer Motion
              # wire id: 5
    
            - zone: 2
              type: window
              name: Dining Room
              # wire id: 6 & 7
    
            - zone: 3
              type: window
              name: Kitchen
              # wire id: 8 & 9
    
            - zone: 4
              type: window
              name: Master Bedroom
              # wire id: 14 & 15
    
            - zone: 5
              type: window
              name: Den
              # wire id: 17
    
            - zone: 6
              type: garage_door
              name: Garage Door
              # wire id: 23
    
    

     

  • You could try adding the host and port under each id of the board.  Mine is like so:

    host: 192.168.1.55

    port: 11220


    Look up the IP within your Netgear.  You need to use a network tool to discover your port number.  

  • did this ever get resolved,  i have the same issue and i have updated to the latest firmware tried with and without discovery and nada odd thing is it has been working until recently.


    Does not matter if Home assistant is running on docker, RPI 2b+ 3B+ or 4B.


    I have noticed that my module seems to be rebooting, complaining about DNS but network wise nothing has changed as far as i know. and everything else is fine getting out to the net.


    Mo

  • sensors: 


    put that in configuration yaml and everything works fine now 

  • I’m on hassio 97.2 RP3b+, just flashed to konnected 2.3.0 and now my switches for arming my vista 20p and sensors no longer work. Any other ideas? This worked a couple days ago.
  • Cracked it just according to the zones you may have but the important bits in the layout are in bold.


    hope this helps you all.


    konnected:

      access_token: !secret kcon_access_token

      api_host: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8123 # or home assistant port

      devices:

        - id: <Konnected board Mac address >

          binary_sensors:

            - zone: 1

              type: motion

              name: 'Zone 1'

            - zone: 2

              type: motion

              name: 'Zone 2'

            - zone: 3

              type: motion

              name: 'Zone 3'

            - zone: 4

              type: motion

              name: 'Zone 4'

          switches:

            - zone: out

              name: siren

            - zone: 6

              name: 'Beep Beep'

              momentary: 65

              pause: 55

              repeat: 4

            - zone: 6

              name: Warning

              momentary: 65

              pause: 55

              repeat: -1

          host: !secret board1host

          port: !secret board1port

          discovery: false


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