How to bind Output ON/OFF cluster to JN5189 coordinator (IoT control bridge).

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

How to bind Output ON/OFF cluster to JN5189 coordinator (IoT control bridge).

147 Views
Contributor II

I am working with #jn5189 as ZigBee coordinatore. I am trying to bind a LUMI mini switch ON/OFF cluster (Output cluster) with the coordinator. I am using IoT-control-bridge workspace, I am sending "BIND REQUEST" to the switch and getting a bind response as success, but when I tried to trigger an event from the switch, I am not receiving any data in the ZGUI tool, but If I see the sniffer logs I am able to see that the switch is sending on/off command to the coordinator. 

The same "BIND REQUEST" is working for device having ON/OFF cluster as a input cluster. Can anyone explain what can be done?

Labels (1)
4 Replies

10 Views
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Bharadwaj,

Finding and Binding’ is the process in which ‘controller’ type devices (e.g. switches) are bound to ‘controlled’ type devices (e.g. lights). So, I recommend to use the JN-AN-1244 Light Bulbs, You can bound the control bridge with the light bulb or the switch controller with the light bulb.

Please look at the 5.2.3 Finding and Binding JN-AN-1244 Documentation folder.

Regards,

Mario

0 Kudos

10 Views
Contributor II

Hi Mario,

Actually when I send "BIND REQUEST" to a bulb or  with Mesg type = 0x0030 for ON/OFF cluster (which is in INPUT CLUSTER), from the co-coordinator (IoT Control Bridge) it works fine. But when I tried the same with LUMI mini switch (ZigBee device ID = ON_OFF_Light_switch) it is not working, the only difference is that the ON/OFF cluster is in OUTPUT CLUSTERS.

Whenever I send "BIND REQUEST" for ON/OFF cluster in Lumi mini switch, I am getting Bind response as successful and if I see the sniffer logs, the switch is sending the ON/OFF events to the coordinator (IoT control Bridge), but I am not receiving any data on the ZGUI tool. 

In my testing and development, I think that the Bind request only works for INPUT clusters, but in my case the ON/OFF cluster is part of OUTPUT clusters. 

0 Kudos

10 Views
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Bharadwaj,

Is it possible that you could provide your sniffer log and the terminal log?

Regards,

Mario

0 Kudos

10 Views
Contributor II

Thank you Mario,

Turns out the problem is, I did not enable client side of the on/off cluster in the coordinator side.