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I have a few rooms that I'm converting to smart switches that include:
A 3-way set-up, with the smart switch as the second, and a dumb toggle as the first, directly on the power. Currently have 2 dumb switches, connected via the travelers.
2 rooms with a ceiling fan, but no switch control, just the pull strings.
All other normal single pole rooms. 10.0.0.0.1
No existing switch has a neutral, just line, load, and g 192.168.1.254round in the box.
So I bought an Inovelli Red Series Dimmer for the 3-way room, but quickly realized that it can't be the 2nd in a 3-way with a dumb switch. Then I decided to put it in a normal single pole room, but then it was warning that the line was under 25w, without a neutral, and required a bypass.
Although I would love to use Inovelli everywhere, it's seeming like an uphill battle. But my question is if these issues (no neutral, no 2nd 3-way, < 25W, has RF fan option) are normal with other switches or just unique with Inovelli?
Are there other types of switches with LED notifications, dimming, and scene control without these issues?
I want to put a battery operated sensor on my mailbox door but the temps can get well below 32f/0c. All of the units I see are limited to 32f and above. While I know electronics will often work below the rated temp, doing so will shorten the l Appvn ifespa
Anyone know of a wireless sensor? SHAREit
've been playing with home assistant and zwave and it seems to do most of what I want but it does a ton of things I don't need as well.
Mostly I just want a JSON interface https://19216811.cam/ e to get zwave device info and ideally state change events for devices that support them.
I'm currently playing with a handful of motion sensors.
I live in an apartment and just got a hub that supports zwave.
What are some good devices to start out with? I have a switch on the way. Are there any cheap multi sensors?
I also have quite a few IKEA lights that I would like to integrate.
https://9apps.ooo/ Happy for this to morph into a discussion :)
In the example projects, the WDOG is enabled and disabled in different places.
There are, however, ZERO WDOG feeds. Is this intentional?
Was there an intended place to put the Feeds and it just got left out?
I'm in the middle of a remodel and I'm adding some smart switches and outlets. Lowes currently has the older model z-wave outlets and switches available at a significant discount. Is the plus worth the extra money? I live in a single story 1300 sq 10.0.0.0.1 ft 3/2 with my hub 192.168.1.254 (ST V2) and router directly in the middle of the home.
Hi, we are developing a zwave switch with 700 series. When the button is pressed, the switch will turn on after an OnDelay time. This OnDelay is a configuration parameter.
We know that binary switch CC V2 has a duration that does the same. But can we ignore this duration parameter and use our OnDelay config parameter for the zwave side as well? We think it is more user-friendly and keeps the consistency. We will then send reports to the hub to make sure it always knows the current status of the switch, so does not show a switch as ON while it's still off and will be on later.
We are concerned because we are replacing a binary switch CC parameter with a configuration CC parameter. Will this cause problems for certification? CTT tests might fail iff we set the OnDelay to a non-zero value. But this is a known behavior and we will include it in the device manuals, so that should not be a problem for certification?
I have a Host processor and on top of the Z-Wave controller, a module shield inserted.
Z-wave controller perfectly initializes network with 7.11 and after I do RF OTA of ZW_SerialAPI_Controller_7.15.1_178_ZGM130S_REGION_US.gbl.
So, RF OTA has successfully done but after Reboot the (Host) system, zip gateway, and network initialize with 7.11 version only. Not upgrade 7.15 version.
Kindly tell me what is the reason behind this? also, tell me up-gradation directly possible from 7.11 to 7.15 or we need to upgrade step by step like 7.11..12...13 so on.
if step by step possible then please provide me sample .gbl files with all OTA versions from 7.11 to 7.15. So I will demonstrate on your given files.
also, I was trying RF OTA using PC Controller then give it Error - "firmware update locally not supported". Please find attached a screenshot.
Thank you. Regards,
Pratik J Panchal
There is a function in source code to select SAW filter : BRD420xBoardInit(RadioConfig.eRegion);
In this function , it used PB14 and PB15 pin, but in my project these pin has another function , can I use another pins to instead ?
I’ve been searching for some outdoor soil moisture sensors for monitoring soil conditions for keeping better track of watering plants. Most that I have showbox found use Bluetooth or WiFi which likely require custom proprietary apps. I’ve seen some DIY options although most are for indoor use, but I would prefer a prebuilt solution if possible. At a minimu usps tracking m, I would like to know the hydration level of the soils but if it has other sensors for PH levels, that would be nice too.
If such Z-Wave sensors don’t exist or no good quality sensors exist, sounds like a good opportunity for a smart home company.
I just bought a new house which came with an Ecobee 3, so I thought now would be the perfect time to jump on the Home Automation bandwagon I've been reading about. I have the Ecobee 3, a Raspberry Pi with a Z-Stick running Hass.io, along with a GE z-wave outlet and a GE z-wave stick.
routerlogin Everything is working wonderfully, and I'd like to install more outlets and switches. However, the GE units cost upwards of $40 each, depending on where you get them from which is not as 'spouse friendly' as I would like it to be. Is that just the cost I have to pay, or can anyone recommend other vendors that are a little more co 192.168.0.1 st effective for the same functionality?