Edge Drivers for Leviton Dimmers

Yes, the MSR is the “fingerprint”. If your device isn’t listed, then it will be converted to a generic Thing driver which will I believe will have no capabilities. There are other generic drivers below but I suspect there won’t apply to your device.

Another option might be the Z-Wave Switch and Childs Mc from @Mariano_Colmenarejo. You can check out the fingerprints for this driver here:

Is there a way to contact the developer to get devices added?

These dimmers were purchased in 2018 thru 2020.

For the generic Zwave drivers, you will need to submit a request to ST staff to see if they can be added.

For @Mariano_Colmenarejo’s driver, you can DM him or post in the thread for that driver here

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You might find the community FAQ on Edge drivers helpful. Several of your recent questions, including the one on fingerprints, are covered there.

FAQ: I have no idea what Edge is. Is that a new developer tool? (2022)

Hi @ronczap

I can add them as a generic dimmer to see if they work.
Do devices have power and energy metering?

Model 3201 should be included in stock driver. The fingerprints are in stock DTH

fingerprint mfr: "001D", prod: "3201", model: "0001", deviceJoinName: "Leviton Dimmer Switch" //Leviton Dimmer Switch
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@Mariano_Colmenarejo - Thanks for replying…

Where would I locate power and energy metering info?

The plug-in models are DZPD3-2BW, the wall dimmers are R51-DZ6HD-1RZ
I also have a plug-in outlet DZPA1-2BW mfr:001D prod:3601 model:0001

I appreciate your help!!!

are Models 3501 and 3601 a dimmers or not?

3501 (plug-in) and 3201 (wall switch) are dimmers

3601 is a plug-in outlet (on/off)

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Is this correct?

 Name         Z-Wave Switch and Child Mc
 Version      2022-12-08T21:51:51.675637167
  - id: 001D/3501/0001
    deviceLabel: Leviton Plug Dimmer
    manufacturerId: 0x001D
    productType: 0x3501
    productId: 0x0001
    deviceProfileName: switch-level
  - id: 001D/3601/0001
    deviceLabel: Leviton Plug
    manufacturerId: 0x001D
    productType: 0x3601
    productId: 0x0001
    deviceProfileName: switch-binary
  - id: 001D/3201/0001
    deviceLabel: Leviton Wall Dimmer
    manufacturerId: 0x001D
    productType: 0x3201
    productId: 0x0001
    deviceProfileName: switch-level

Shared Channel link

Looks good to me -
not sure why dimmers are switch-level but other dimmers are too…

Thanks again.
I wonder how many people have Smartthings devices and have no clue that Edge drivers are changing everything

switch-level is only the driver profile name assigned, that show capabilities Switch and switchLevel in App

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So switch-level relates to dimmer capability and switch-binary is strictly on/off - correct?

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Not that many. Over 90% of people using the SmartThings app don’t have a hub: they have Samsung smart appliances or televisions. And the majority of the remainder have fewer than 15 hub-connected devices and never used any custom code. For almost all of those the transition will be invisible.

That’s obviously not the majority of the people in this forum, but we’re a small percentage of a small percentage of a small percentage. :man_shrugging:t2:


I’d hate to see SmartThings go away - it’s bad enough that Amazon is laying off people on the Echo/Alexa development teams Amazon Needs to Kill Alexa, Maybe Exit Echo Devices

I’ve only got 27 ST devices and seven Amazon Echos but I really have gotten used to the verbal control and automation…

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THANKS @Mariano_Colmenarejo
I excluded all five of my Leviton ZWAVE plug-in and both wall dimmers and added them back in.

They are all using “Mariano Shared Beta Driver” and work properly.

I am very grateful for your efforts :grinning: :grinning: :grinning: :grinning:


I’m looking for an Edge driver for Leviton Z-wave plug-in and wall dimmers that will allow access to advanced options (fade times etc). There was a previous groovy DTH that allowed this but now it is not available with Edge. Does the “Mariano Shared Beta Driver” provide this functionality? @Mariano_Colmenarejo

Hi @jjstl

Leviton devices in the stock driver and mine have generic profiles with no specific preferences.

To do this, it is necessary to create a specific profile for each device and the code to manage the preferences.

In these cases, what can be done is to use the Z-Wave Device Config Mc parameters configurator driver.

It is paired with it and the necessary parameters are configured according to the manual.
Once configured, switch to the stock Z-Wave Switch driver or the one you are using and the settings will be maintained.

You can switch back to driver configurator when you want to change something. The only thing you have to take into account is that if you have routines where only this device is in the If or then part, they will be deleted and you will have to redo it.

Hopefully this improves in future or you can also add a virtual device in the routines where this device does not get deleted.

This standard configuration procedure is similar to what existed with groovy

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This one does:

(New Release) New Edge Driver Z-Wave Device Config Mc

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I appreciate the reply. I was able to add the Z-wave Device Config Mc driver and after a little practice was able to use it and it does as advertised. I’ve set the fade on/off times for a couple of my Leviton plug-in dimmers.
I hope that Leviton or someone comes out with an Edge driver that incorporates the parameter settings (like Aeotec has done). That would make it easier for lay users such as myself.

I did have some problem tracking down the invitation link for the Mariano drivers so I’ll add the link here for others.

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Usually the easiest way to find community created edge drivers is with the quick browse lists in the community – created wiki. In this case, you would look on the edge driver for lighting. :sunglasses:

The invitation link is normally in the first post of the author thread for the driver.


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