I have gone about it in a slightly different way. I don’t have any other zwave devices so added the smartthings hub as a secondary device. I’m not sure if this is going to be problematic in the long run as I’m guessing this may limited being able to add further non-fakro devices to the network.
Anyway, once i had added the ST hub to the fakro network i get the following devices:
4 x Z-Wave Device with Device Network Id of 04 - 07.
1 x Z-Wave remote with Device Network Id of 01
1 x Z-Wave secure switch with Device Network id of 03
On the generic devices, I don’t have any details in raw description aside from: zw:S type:0000 mfr:0000 prod:0000 model:0000 ver:0.00 zwv:0.00 lib:00
The remote has the following: zw:S type:0101 mfr:0000 prod:0000 model:0000 ver:0.00 zwv:0.00 lib:00
and the secure switch looks like: zw:L type:1106 mfr:0085 prod:0003 model:0001 ver:4.13 zwv:3.42 lib:03 cc:26,27,25,72,86,85,75,73,98
What is interesting is, when i press the button on 1 of the generic devices, occasionally a a random window will open or close. Sometimes it will open, sometime it will close but it doesn’t operate like a toggle, the direction of movement almost seems random.
In terms of next steps:
- Should I make smartthings the primary controller and the remotes secondary?
1a. If I do that, any ideas how I assign functions to the remote as joining a network and assigning functions are different processes on the remote
- Any ideas how i diagnose what is going on with the existing configuration, to properly control the windows?