Devices we don't have

I have used the FanLinc before and the fact it allows 3 different speed controls of the fan (low, med, high) and the fan’s integrated light (independent of the fan operation) makes it an ideal way of controlling all the original features of the fan. It is controlled via INSTEON RF. I would very much like to see either a comparable Z-Wave or Zigbee solution.

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We have been watching this as a possible solution since May:


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How about the Stelpro Ki Thermostat for Electric Baseboards and Convectors? As long as you’re not trying to push any type of heater with a fan, it should work (radiant, baseboard…even hot water sub-floor…I hope:). I’m looking at trying one to control my hot water-heated floors.

How about the new Blink camera system…

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@rontalley posted a link to the “Official” DTH, but you have to pay a community member to get access to the code.

There’s a free DTH and SmartApp that provides most of the basic functionality.

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The L-Series are available from Amazon for $495. We have 2. Love 'em

Plus 1 on swann. :blush:

Please see this method

You can add text to speech (TTS) using VLC Thing

And then use any smartthings sons app throughout your home.

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Looking for ST support for the Carrier Cor Programmable Wi-Fi Thermostat TP-WEM01 and/ or TP-WEM01-A. Does this exist and/or could be considered? The -A version appears to be compatible with the Apple HomeKit.

I see a newer version of the Carrier Cor (5c and 7c) are to be released in April 2017, and is supposed to be more friendly towards automation and compete harder against Ecobee & Nest. I’ll probably hold out for that those to get released and hopefully some integration into the SmartThings hub can be done then.

Carrier press release on new Cor

https://www.carrier.com/carrier/en/us/news/news-article/carrier_cor_thermostat_expands_lineup.aspx

Hopefully ST compatible as well. Have a Carrier and pretty restricted on what is compatible - bit $300!!!

http://www.insteon.com/ceiling-fan-controller/

I need to be able to control my five ceiling fans individually through my SmartThings HUB. Three are currently controlled solely by remote controls and two have an on/of switch on the wall with light and fan speed controlled by dangle cables.

Technical support has got nothing. HELP!

This topic has a lot of posts in it but look above and you’ll see this was actually addressed here somewhat recently. Take a look at the other topic that’s mentioned for a fan/light control that uses zigbee and is hopefully available from Home Depot soon.

How about Aeon labs Double Micro Switch and Smart Switch 6.

Those should work with ST. The double switch might need a community-developed device handler, I know that in-wall relays from other brands tend to need that to work. But the smart switch should pair as a generic z-wave switch.

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Thanks for the advice. Where can I get the device handler for the Double? I
got the handler for the 6 from git hub but I still can’t get it to load a
Smart App. I’m new to this but enjoying learning. I have a tech background.

Roger H Proulx II
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There are several posts in this forum about dual relays, I don’t remember if any are for the aeotec dual relay specifically. But look at some of the handlers written by @erocm1231 as a starting point to see if any will work for you.

I’m not 100% sure what you mean but there’s a difference between device handlers and smartapps. So that may be the issue you’re describing? This post discusses custom code in ST if you want to learn more.

If you have more questions about your situation feel free to take it to another topic. This one’s supposed to be limited to discussion re: devices that aren’t supported by ST at all.

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Thanks Mark! I will check this out and also use another topic,

Roger H Proulx II
*General Contractor *
CSLB# 805883
15152C Campus Park Drive
Moorpark, CA 93021
805-517-1905

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Airtopia.com has a great controller that works well with all brands of remote IR controlled air conditioners see their video at https://youtu.be/pLeTnU-10Ug