I have assigned it to the 2 channel (4 button) profile.
The original device only has a press and dwon_hold and that is what I have assigned to this one.
On the other hand, I don’t know if the two dimming buttons will work, since I don’t know what command they send to the driver.
The driver only waits to press and dwon_hold the button
Name Z-Wave Button Mc
- id: Namron/1kanal/0310
deviceLabel: Namron 1kanal
Now it works! Thanks a lot Mariano!
Thank you so much @Mariano_Colmenarejo!!
It works perfectly
Hi, @Mariano_Colmenarejo !
Could you please add this fingerprint to the button mc driver (Edge-Drivers-Beta/zwave-drivers/zwave-button-mc/fingerprints.yml). Its a 2-channel / 4 button. I think its identical to the Namron 2-channel devices already in the driver, so that the multi-4-button profile will work.
- id: Fibaro/2kanal
deviceLabel: Fibaro 2kanal
Who is the manufacturer name? to see if they have the same functions in zwave alliance
Manufactor is Futurehome.
Devicelabel and id should be Futurehome, not Fibaro as I first wrote.
deviceLabel: Futurehome 2kanal
I did not find the manufacturer, the zwave alliance.
I found this model on the FutureHome page, but I don’t know if it is this model.
This by default seems to send scene activation and I think Namrom sends central scene notification.
Try to see if it works
Name Z-Wave Button Mc
- id: FutureHome/2Kanal
deviceLabel: FutureHome 2kanal
Yes, that’s what I saw, but it wasn’t very clear since it says that it sends the scene activation command and it sends it through the Central Scene cc.
But Scene Activation is a CC too, which this device doesn’t seem to have.
It should just say that it sends the cc Central scene Notification command
- Push once or press and hold any button to
activation command to the
associated devices of this
Command Class “Central Scene
I tried this driver in the summer and my lights started flashing randomly!
I just tried it again and it’s fine. No idea what that was but, great, thank you.
Can’t work out why there is a “button” and then buttons 1 to 8 (that’s 9 in total) tho
It is the architecture of smartthings edge multi-button devices.
The main component contains the main button that is activated just like any button and could be used to make a routine. If any button is activated then it performs an action.
This main component also contains the battery information.
Mariano, first off thank you for the hours of work you have put into these drivers, it is much appreciated. I just got my second ZRC90, the first one installed with your drivers perfectly using the Z-Wave Button Mc Driver. I just got a second ZRC90 and it doesn’t give me the option of using the Button MC driver. Based on some other posts I think it may have something to do with the Device ID. I’ve attached information pertaining to the device in question. Thank you for any help.
I need see the manufacturer code snd model in the device data. It is not visible in your screenshot
Not sure how I didn’t see that, but it’s all zeros.
The manufacturer code that appears is 0000-0000-0000, which indicates that the device has not been paired correctly.
Try excluding, initializing the device to put it in inclusion mode and pairing it very close to the Hub.
Follow exactly the steps in the device manual to put it in inclusion mode, it is a bit complicated on this device
The pairing failed. It won’t work with any edge Driver until that’s fixed. See the community FAQ.
FAQ: Manufacturer/Model Shows All Zeroes
I had tried adding it a few times sitting next to the hub with no success. I also tried doing a factory reset, but I don’t think I click the “R” three times after holding it down. Excluding wasn’t enough, it required a factory reset. I went through the exclude, factory reset, add device process twice, and on the second time it added it as a Remotec ZRC-90 with the proper driver.
For anyone else, the instructions are clear, but the table that shows what the button combinations do is not clear, as it is not designed specifically for smartthings. To include and exclude, just press “L” once (button on right). To factory reset, hold “R” (middle button) for 10 seconds, release it, and then press three times within 2 seconds. If it doesn’t add correctly, complete the process until it does. It’s also important to be very close to the hub.