This list seems the most complete list of available Home Automation Software and not only open-source and not only for MySensors.
I have some proposals:
is it possible to add voting here to see, who has selected what software and see what is the most popular HA platform?
OpenRemote seems to be more commercial, than open source. In free version it's so limited, that almost unusable.
You can add some more Commercial Software in the list, but not sure how they can support mysensors:
--Eve Server http://www.ilevia.com/eve-server/
-- Iridium Server http://www.iridiummobile.net/server/
Okay, finally got the original nrf24l01 SMD modules with the square chip visible... As exptected, things work just fine now, so the culprit of my issues was really the incompatible/fake "nrf24l01" SMD modules with the epoxy blob. If you want to use normal nrf24l01+ modules together with this smd gateway, DO
NOT USE the smd module with the epoxy blob, as they won't work.
Using only the fake SMD modules might work, too, but mixing the fake modules with real ones does not work.
I also tried using datatype string but it doesen't work. Meanwhile I have studies the log files more detailed and found the following behavior:
when defining the device skeletal and when updating the derived device (first approx. 25 lines in the log file V_STATUS is declared as string with values 51 resp. 52 as specified in the web interface. The entity is "Modul 433 MHz".
Later on, when using the toggle switch in the web interface the value has changed in the decription in the log file (see line 164 or 185) value has been changed to on/off. With this definition it seem that the mysensors-Plugin is feeded has been changed from the specified values.
My conclusion is that the change is taking place somewhere outside the mysensors-plugin.
By the way, if I change the type to string do I have to use quotation marks in the web interface?
Thanks a lot for your support.
@sentur since it was launched 6 days ago, I seriously doubt anyone has had the ability to try it.
Anyway, please don't post the same question in multiple places. It wastes people's time. Most users don't have as much time as they would like to spend on projects, and wasting their time by splitting the discussion to multiple threads isn't very nice.
In case anyone wants to follow the existing discussion, head over to https://forum.mysensors.org/post/84076