Thanks any thing you can learn may be of help.
Thank you for chiming in on this discussion. It is good to know folks from ST are aware of the issues and interested.
I’m wondering if you can look into an IDE option that would give users control of if using S2 or S0 for particular device. In that way we could preserve compatibility with these older devices.
In my case I have used the RFWC5 at certain locations where wiring 3 way switches would not be economical. I used the direct scenes and associations because they will still work without internet or even a hub. If I ever sell my house or the hub were gone the RFWC5 controllers would still function. I would hate to loose that advantage for these devices in my home.
I’m hoping to update the DH for the new app next winter. I’ll have to do some research one how and what to do. Hopefully the commands for reading and setting the indicators will still be able to work. With those the hub/webcore can keep the status of the button indicators in sync with the state of the devices being controlled. So when I tell google to turn on the dining room light. The indicator on the RFWC5 also lights up and it can be used to turn the light off as you would expect. Otherwise a user needs to double pump the button.