Amazing instructions and thanks for making this available! Instead of throwing away my Wink Relay I now have two functioning controllers! Amazing!
I am trying to figure out how to see the two switches of my Wink Relay as individual switches in the new Smarthings app, assign them actions (e.g. turn all lights off) and also how to activate them through Alexa.
I am completely new to SmartThings, just switched from Wink.
I created the “Simulated Switch” following the instructions you linked, but have no idea how to associate this simulated switch with the actual switch on the wink relay.
When I look at the Wink relay device I can see two switches (Wink Relay (Switch 1) and Wink Relay (Switch 2) in the “child devices” section and I can activate them when I click into the Wink Relay item on the SmartThings app.
I tried creating an “Automation” (not sure if that is different from the “smart lighting automation” you mention), but I can’t select the individual switch in the automation.
As devices I only see the “Wink Relay”. Basically in the automation I do:
- click on +
- select “Device status”
- list of devices shows up, but only has the “wink Relay”, which if I click on it has one “on” and one “off” selection.
I know I am missing something. It would be great if you could point me in the right direction of maybe post a bit more detail on how you achieved the integration and individual switches.
I just played around with ActionTiles and SharpTools. Both can see three switches per Wink Relay (Wink Relay, Wink Relay Switch 1, Wink Relay Switch 2). Just not showing up in SmartThings app.
Basically I would like to achieve the following:
- In the SmartThings app have one “device” for each button on the relay, that will make it easier to just find the button instead of tapping on the entry for the relay, then on the button within the “relay”
- be able to activate these buttons using Alexa
- assign the buttons to a different action. I have two Wink relays and only one of the total 4 buttons controls a load physically connected to the Relay. With Wink I used to use the other three buttons for other actions (e.g. turn off all lights on one of them).