Here you can find the MacOS X version of clewarecontrol.
It has been compiled and tested on version 10.11 (El Capitan) of MacOS. Older versions of MacOS X may not work.
For this software to run, you need the "hidapi" library.
Either get it from signal11.us as sourcecode (you then also need the xcode software package (from Apple) to compile it) or install it from homebrew.
The output looks like this:
MacBook-Pro-van-Corina:clewarecontrol naam$ sudo ./clewarecontrol -l
Cleware library version: 330
Number of Cleware devices found: 6
Device: 0, type: Switch1 (8), version: 23, serial number: 5980
Device: 1, type: Temperature sensor (16), version: 8, serial number: 103069
Device: 2, type: Contact 00 device (48), version: 12, serial number: 4202
Device: 3, type: Switch1 (8), version: 64, serial number: 900000
Device: 4, type: AC0800 device (80), version: 5, serial number: 850000
Device: 5, type: Humidity sensor (32), version: 6, serial number: 7548
Mac-mini:hidapi folkert$ sudo ./clewarecontrol -d 103069 -c 2 -rt
Using device with serial number: 103069
So please note that this is a command-line program. You can use terminal.app to run it from. Terminal.app is included in MacOS X by default.
And also please note that since el capitan, you need to put "sudo" before the clewarecontrol command.