I doubt that ST will automatically transfer the devices to 3rd party drivers even if the manufacturer is present on the forum.
Yeah, I kinda lost all the faith I ever had in ST … although they announced that migration will happen for 3rd party driver, I don’t trust them a bit anymore, lost all the credibility
Hi, I have now used the other beta driver to assign my Relay to Group number 2, re-installed the Relay with the standard driver and linked then the Thermostat to the Relay group 2, see images attached. However no luck, has anyone been succesfull with pairing a Heatit thermostat to an Association Group?
If the device that has to send the commands to the relay through group 2 is the thermostat, then you have to configure group 2 in the thermostat, not in the relay, as seen in the screenshot.
You can do this in the preferences of the thermostat, you do not need to use the Z-Wave device Config Mc
You have to write the network id (hex) of the relay in preference
Many thanks @Mariano_Colmenarejo for your response, setting up my smart is my new hobby project but all is pretty new.
The image below is from the HeatIT Thermostat. So if I understand correctly, I need to find the network id (hex) of the relay and update the settings in the red marked area. How do I find the network ID of the Relays, using the Z-Wave device Config Mc?
Yes, Also with Zwave thing Mc
Another option is this
Thanks @Mariano_Colmenarejo, I set up now the API browser and foundationen the Device ID (i.e. 0a24d31a-0309-486e-a4e8-2efb48b99b2b) but using this string does not work, and it does not accept it as input. Do I need to convert it to a hex code? I remember to have read that somewhere
Is the network Id in hex two digits
Or DNI ( Device Network Id)
Have you changed anything on the Edge driver for the Z-TRM 2 and Z-TRM 3. The devices have been offline since yesterday. The Z-TRM 3 reconnects after a power reset but is offline again after a few minutes. The Z-TRM 2 no longer connects at all and is constantly offline.
Edge drivers have not been updated.
Hi @Mariano_Colmenarejo, I now found the DNI and put the settings as such. Unfortunately no succes. Do you have any other thoughts before i give up .
What do you want to do? It may be easier to do it with some routines, which are also local
Hi, yes they are already connected with a routine but was hoping to built in some robustness since I read that the SmartThings hub can crash now and then. At least many thanks for your effort snd help, much appreciated!
Z-Push-Button-8: I’ve got 2 og these, with versions reported by the IDE as 1.26 and 1.28.
As there is no way back after removing the DTH in use in order to use the Edge-driver, please confirm that the 1.26 and 1.28 versions will work w the Edge-driver?
We do not check for FW version on the Z-push buttons, both will work in the Edge driver, and if they do not, we can easily add support for it.
Not able to set heating temperatures on 2 out of 4 Z-TRM3s
The 2 that can be set to a new temp are using RBOY’s DTH.
The 2 that are not controllable are both using the v1.2 (2023-03-02T05:37…) HeatIt Edge driver. A new setpoint is neither setable using the app (Android v 188.8.131.52), nor from a routine or a scene.
They are both online as per the IDE and per the API Browser+ tool, and they both report sensible air and floor temperatures, as well as voltage and power.
Last time I know they were setable was March 5th.
Which FW version do the thermostats have?
Have you tried factory resetting the devices and reincluding them into the system?
Exclude/include and in combo w factory reset did not work. What did work was uninstalling and reinstalling the driver.
V 4.0 and 4.2 fw.
Strange, did you uninstall the RBOYapps DH?