I got woken up at 3:50am last night by my bedroom lights turning on to full brightness. Attempts to turn it off via the app just led to a very brief dim and back to bright with the state reverting to “on”.
The really odd thing is that the wall switch didn’t even work. I ended up unscrewing the bulbs.
Checking my event log shows it also turned on at 4:15 (thankfully I removed those bulbs!) dim to 78% at 05:09, back to 99% at 05:11 and then off at 5:14, only to turn back on at 5:15, set to 7%, and turn off.
As far as I can see the bedroom light is the only affected device, everything else seemed to behave. It is working perfectly fine this morning since I put the bulbs back in, control from both the switch on the wall and the app is working fine.
Anyway, my main question is whether there is any way to tell why something has switched on or off? Did the module malfunction and think it saw an “on” signal from the wall switch? Did a Chinese hacker break into my system and decide to command the bedroom light? Did the SmartThings hub just decide it would be really funny to wake me up and mess with me? I seem to have no way to determine what caused an event to trigger - is there a way to find out?
I’m aware that SmartThings has been having a spot of bother (though it claimed to be US only), but seems odd that only one Qubino dimmer out of some 30 odd devices seems to have gone mental… Combined with the inability to turn it off by the switch on the wall I’m wondering if I have a faulty dimmer module?