I'm using the insteon branch of MH (stable branch went insane when I tried to scan links, kept muttering '15')
Here's items.mht
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INSTEON_SWITCHLINCRELAY, 05.DC.26,      kitchen_light,          mainfloor|all_lights
INSTEON_LAMPLINC,       17.7D.33,       kitchen_counter,        mainfloor|all_lights
#kitchen switch
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:01,    kitchen_sw_1,           buttons
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:02,    kitchen_sw_2,           buttons
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:03,    kitchen_sw_3,           buttons
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:04,    kitchen_sw_4,           buttons
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:05,    kitchen_sw_5,           buttons
INSTEON_KEYPADLINC,     07.DC.58:06,    kitchen_sw_6,           buttons

SCENE_MEMBER    kitchen_light,                  kitchen_sw_1,   100%,2s

SCENE_MEMBER    kitchen_counter,                kitchen_sw_2,   100%,2s

Here's the log after I did some link scanning....
12/24/11 03:42:43 PM [Insteon_PLM] PLM id: 09383c firmware: 52
12/24/11 03:43:37 PM [Insteon::BaseController] Nothing to do when syncing links for $kitchen_sw_2
12/24/11 03:43:57 PM Running: kitchen counter scan link table
12/24/11 03:43:57 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_counter accessing memory at location: 0x0FF8
12/24/11 03:43:58 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_counter completed link memory scan
12/24/11 03:43:58 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] Link table for $kitchen_counter health: empty
12/24/11 03:44:32 PM Running: kitchen sw 1 sync links
12/24/11 03:44:33 PM [Insteon::BaseController] Nothing to do when syncing links for $kitchen_sw_1
12/24/11 03:44:35 PM XB6BJ: ms_living motion
12/24/11 03:44:49 PM Running: kitchen sw 1 scan link table
12/24/11 03:44:49 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FF8
12/24/11 03:44:53 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FF0
12/24/11 03:44:57 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FE8
12/24/11 03:45:02 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FE0
12/24/11 03:45:06 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FD8
12/24/11 03:45:10 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FD0
12/24/11 03:45:14 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 accessing memory at location: 0x0FC8
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_sw_1 completed link memory scan
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] Link table for $kitchen_sw_1 health: good
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FC8] is empty
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FD0] contlr(02) record to $plm (02), (d1:ff, d2:1f, d3:02)
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FD8] contlr(01) record to $plm (01), (d1:ff, d2:1f, d3:01)
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FE0] rspndr(01) record to $kitchen_light (01): onlevel=100% and ramp=2s (d3:01)
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FE8] contlr(06) record to $living_light (06), (d1:fe, d2:1f, d3:06)
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FF0] contlr(05) record to $dining_light (05), (d1:fe, d2:1f, d3:05)
12/24/11 03:45:15 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FF8] contlr(04) record to $stove_light (04), (d1:fe, d2:1f, d3:04)
12/24/11 03:50:19 PM Running: kitchen light scan link table
12/24/11 03:50:19 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_light accessing memory at location: 0x0FF8
12/24/11 03:50:23 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_light accessing memory at location: 0x0FF0
12/24/11 03:50:27 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_light accessing memory at location: 0x0FE8
12/24/11 03:50:28 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] $kitchen_light completed link memory scan
12/24/11 03:50:28 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] Link table for $kitchen_light health: good
12/24/11 03:50:28 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FE8] is empty
12/24/11 03:50:28 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FF0] contlr(01) record to $plm (01), (d1:ff, d2:00, d3:00)
12/24/11 03:50:28 PM [Insteon::ALDB_i1] [0x0FF8] contlr(01) record to $kitchen_sw_1 (01), (d1:ff, d2:00, d3:01)

Now, I have some things wrong..  Looks like the kitchen light is trying to control the kitchen light switch for one..
And I can't convince button 2(A) of the kitchen switch to link to the counter light.
Should there be two links from the switch to the PLM?

What should I be calling the kitchen and counter light?  There is no entry for inlinelinc.

How should I format the SCENE entries for the main and counter light?
How do I get rid of the link controlling the switch from the light?
All the links from the switch to the other lights (dining/living) were done manually at the switch.



On 11-12-21 1:50 PM, Bill Dripps wrote:
On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 11:17 PM, Greg Moeller <hauto@gawd.mb.ca> wrote:
Ok, I've finally eliminated the last of my old X10 switches and now have
just insteon through the house.

I threw  a couple of In-LineLincs inside a light fixture in the kitchen
and want to 'locally' control them using a KeypadLinc.
I've been able to do the switch/paddle linking for my other switches but
didn't think/realize the method before locking the two In-LineLincs deep
with the light fixture.

Is there a way to link the switch to the light module without tearing
apart the light fixture again? (please?  :)

I believe there is as long as you know the  Insteon addresses of the In-LineLincs. If you don't know that then I don't know how to get it other than by reading the labels on the modules.

If you do know the addresses, add the modules to your .mht along with scenes to control them with the  KeypadLinc. (These are Insteon scenes, not misterhouse scenes.) Then using the web interface to Misterhouse, first, scan the link tables of all three modules, then second, sync links with them.

Does that make sense or do you need more detail?

Bill




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