Grizzly.ZWave.DSK (grizzly v0.15.6) View Source

Module for working with the SmartStart and S2 DSKs

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Types

The DSK binary is the elixir binary string form of the DSK

The DSK string is the string version of the DSK

Functions

Take a binary representation of the DSK and change it into the string representation

Take a string representation of the DSK and change it into the binary representation

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Specs

dsk_binary() :: <<_::128>>

The DSK binary is the elixir binary string form of the DSK

The format is <<b1, b2, b3, ... b16>>

That is 16 bytes.

An example of this would be:

<<196, 109, 73, 131, 38, 196, 119, 227, 62, 101, 131, 175, 15, 165, 14, 39>>

Specs

dsk_string() :: <<_::376>>

The DSK string is the string version of the DSK

The general format is XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX

That is 8 blocks of 16 bit integers separated by a dash.

An example of this would be 50285-18819-09924-30691-15973-33711-04005-03623

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binary_to_string(dsk_binary)

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Specs

binary_to_string(dsk_binary()) ::
  {:ok, dsk_string()} | {:error, :dsk_too_short | :dsk_too_long}

Take a binary representation of the DSK and change it into the string representation

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string_to_binary(dsk_string)

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string_to_binary(dsk_string()) ::
  {:ok, dsk_binary()} | {:error, :dsk_too_short | :dsk_too_long}

Take a string representation of the DSK and change it into the binary representation