I did not write it very well. Locks are just a more complicated case than unsecured command devices because they require a three command dialog to perform an action as opposed to one with say lighting commands. Inclusion requires to process 7 commands with correct timeouts.d.dennerline said:I am not sure I understand the why locks couldn’t be securely enrolled. The RFIT/VRUSB does the secure enrollment. Elk could create a Razberry PI like controller with a RS-485 backend. The problem with currently solution (M1XSLZW) as you suggested is data loss and lack of support for wide variety of ZWave devices. I really would love to be able to use a temp/humidity sensor.
Every controller I am familiar with relies on a sigma chip/coprocessor with a serial api that is used to issue the above commands. I do not believe that elk is capable of engaging in a secure dialogue due to insufficient computing power. For that, you'll need a PC or a powerful enough uCu similar to the one used by RPi. Basically, you'll need to replicate and hopefully improve vrc0p functionality.