How to use the zigbee-herdsman.Zcl function in zigbee-herdsman

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github Koenkk / zigbee2mqtt / lib / extension / deviceReport.js View on Github external
{type: 'commandHueNotification', data: {button: 2}},
                {type: 'commandHueNotification', data: {button: 3}},
            genLevelCtrl: [
                {type: 'commandStep', data: {}},
                {type: 'commandStepWithOnOff', data: {}},
                {type: 'commandStop', data: {}},
                {type: 'commandMoveWithOnOff', data: {}},
                {type: 'commandStopWithOnOff', data: {}},
                {type: 'commandMove', data: {}},
        // Read the following attributes
        read: {cluster: 'genLevelCtrl', attributes: ['currentLevel']},
        // When the bound devices/members of group have the following manufacturerID
        manufacturerID: ZigbeeHerdsman.Zcl.ManufacturerCode.Philips,

class DeviceReport extends BaseExtension {
    constructor(zigbee, mqtt, state, publishEntityState) {
        super(zigbee, mqtt, state, publishEntityState);
        this.configuring = new Set();
        this.failed = new Set();
        this.pollDebouncers = {};

    async setupReporting(device) {
        if (this.configuring.has(device.ieeeAddr) || this.failed.has(device.ieeeAddr)) return;

        try {