How do I decode a sensor's Tamper Event message?
The sensor will send a message when the tamper switch has been either opened or closed through either an enclosure tamper or a wall mount tamper.
Tamper Event Message: 0x02
0 Tamper Switch State (Open = 0x00, Closed 0x01)
Tamper Event Message Example:
1 0 02 00
1 Protocol Version (currently always 0x1)
0 Packet Counter (increments by 1 each message and wraps from 0xF to 0x0)
02 Message Type Code (Tamper Event = 0x02)
00 Tamper Switch State (Opened = 0x00)
Not all sensors support the tamper feature. See the individual datasheets for more information.
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