Okay, I’m sure there must be a topic, however I couldn’t find it.
Loving all the info here, though sometimes a bit cluttered with links to topics in topics to other topics. But as said, couldn’t find real clear answers. In case more product are available I will add them.
What microswitch does not require a neutral lead (so 2 wire connection) and works locally in Smartthings?
Aqara Single Switch T1 (no neutral)
But does it work local?
Did not find any others? And can’t use a dimmer as it is going to control a bathroom fan.
FYI: Aqara switch T1 works local if you set it up as “Zigbee switch” type.
I think Zemismart do one.
There is also one I spotted on ali express (something like girier) which had a 2 gang version and claimed to work with smart things.
Update: I just noticed you said “locally” in your question. Not sure if either or both of these are locally executing (I dont have either)
If you use them with a custom Groovy DTH, they will not run locally. All custom Groovy code runs in the cloud.
However, the good news is that if you use them with one of the new Edge Drivers, they will be eligible to run locally.
But Edge itself is still in Beta, so there may be some glitches until it is ready for production release.
So by the end of the year, most hub-connected devices (Zigbee or zwave) should be eligible to run locally.
More about the new Edge architecture:
FAQ: I have no idea what Edge is. Is that a new developer tool? (2022)
"If you use them with a custom Groovy DTH, they will not run locally. All custom Groovy code runs in the cloud.
However, the good news is that if you use them with one of the new Edge Drivers, they will be eligible to run locally. "
Yep, i get that. Just wasn’t clear if either of the Zemismart (relay) or Girier are supported by an edge driver yet.
Still a lot of if/then/maybe. Now it’s no guarantee that a now local device will still work in the future but I think I will try the Aqara and see where it gets me.
You can check out the edge drivers that have already been created from quick browse lists in the community-created wiki:
Aqara T1 works local. Solved!