I don’t understand. Nothing comes up. I had the Keylight Airs added via a Device Handler before. Used the IP address to add them. I have no idea how to get them in SmartThings now that I’ve installed the Edge Drivers. What do I choose to add it? Can someone give step by step instructions? I’ll keep looking around on the internet, but I’m not finding anything.
Both on the same network. Do I need to reset the Key Light? They’re already paired with Control Center on the PC. But SmartThings is not finding any new devices when I tap scan. I guess how do I set the key light to be ready to connect?
Good to hear that your Elgato Key Lights are working with the driver!
I did some quick research on the Govee product and see that they are cloud controlled… that means that the implementation I use for the Key Lights (Lan Driver) will not work for the Govee products. But this is just my initial search and read of the documentation.
If you want, I’m happy to work with you on creating the integration with the Govee products.
Hrm, I installed the Edge driver and ran this, and found one of my Key Light Airs, but not the other one. They’re both connected via the same network, and I can see both of them set up with different IPs on the same network. Any ideas on how I can add the second device?
EDIT: Nevermind, I tried scanning a few more times and it showed up. Working well here!
Hello @k.v.riel - I am having trouble with discovery after installing your Elgato driver. I am running the latest ST app on iOS (v1.6.94), my hub is on firmware 45.00011 and my Elgato Key Lights are on 1.0.3 (218). The lights and hub are on the same network, although the hub is physically connected and the lights are on wifi clearly.
I had the Elgato lights installed with the custom DTH by cramforce but deleted the devices out of the IDE entirely.
Hi @k.v.riel - Thank you for doing the hard work of publishing the driver.
I did a reset of two key lights, re-provisioned them to my network using the MacOS network device setup process, have them back in the Elgato Control Center but Smartthings (connected to the same network) still doesn’t discover them in the “scan nearby” process.