It’s better to use either manuals.heatit.com or document.heatit.com.
Since you are using the Heatit Z-Wave, on probably 1.7 or 1.8, the calibration for the other sensors has not been implemented, this came in 1.9.
Regarding the OTA, this is up to SmartThings to implement, not us.
Hi! I just bought a Z-Water and a few Z-Temp2 thermostats, the Z-Water uses the Edge driver, but the Z-Temp2 does not. Seems to use a generic Thermostat DH (not Edge) and it does not work very well (i.e. not at all). Are you planning an update to the Edge drivers with support for the Z-Temp2?
Thank-you very much for that. I will test the Temp2 in the next few days.
I noted that the driver (beta 1.1) for ztrm2fx is not yet providing the temperatureMeasurement capability from “main” . Sorry to bang on about it but this is important for me, among other things the current temperature does not display on google home.
I understand, we are still looking into the best way to solve it.
Since the thermostat does not report to the gateway which sensor mode is selected if it has been changed locally, we need to decide which sensor to use.
The issue is that when the sensor mode has been changed locally (not via parameter). It will not be reported to the gateway.
Our thought is to always use the internal sensor for the main device temperature.
Hasn’t that always been the issue, even with the groovy drivers? Will it not “correct” itself next time you use the ST app to access the device? Maybe note it as a known issue? In general it is not going to happen more than once or twice after installation?
Edit: just to add… using just a single internal sensor as fallback will not work in my case. I have some devices using floor sensor only, some using room + floor limitation, and some using room sensor only (including internal or with external thermistor). Its just the way it has to be in an older house where the original thermostats were installed inside or outside of the bathroom, or the floor sensor “trekkrør” was missed out.
This might be true, but for our thermostats, we have previously chosen not to report back the configuration parameter values if they’ve been changed or updated locally. Well, not as much chosen, as just not thought about.
We will see what we can do to get the correct sensor value to show on the device.