I use this device type. It allows you to make all of the advanced changes within the smartThings App.
I use luminance levels to change modes and run Routines. My house is situated in a way where the sun blazes in the front windows at sunrise and in our back windows at sunset. We also have a second floor that gets sun mid day. So I have 1 sensor in each location to track which rooms need light when I enter and which rooms don’t. I also set a “Gloomy mode” if all 3 of them are under a certain level. With Gloomy Mode, I change my hue lights to a more cheery color.
The one @Keo linked and others have specific how to instructions. I tweaked mine 10-11 months back. I am sure Keo can point you the latest version which is the easiest to configure. Don’t blindly pick up any particular version.
So, basically you need to create a device type in the IDE based on whichever version you want and follow the instructions for whichever version you are picking.
That reminds me to update mine. Haven’t been spending too much time tweaking stuff since restricted to bed last week and a half or so by my doc. Have to wait for missus to leave for work to sneak out of bed to play a little.
Thank you guys. So I used Ron’s code and created new device type in the IDE. I saved it and published it to myself. What is next? I am going to the things on my phone and I simply see my Fibaro device, but I still can’t configure anything on it via ST app.
As per Ron’s instructions (All steps and troubleshooting is in the original thread i posted. Look there for @ron’s posts.
After setting my preferences you need to do the following
press the fibaro b-button three times (inside the device) a blue light should appear
This will wake the device to receive the new settings.
select configure on the smart things app for the device.
The new version of the code includes this instruction in the preferences. You can keep the version you have or update. If you update just view the code, cut/paste the new code, save and publish. No need to remove the device and re-add it. The new driver will take over. I usually make sure the app is closed and open it after publish when I do this. If not sometimes it will crash based on the changes I am making.
If you are already included you don’t have to do it again. You have to follow @Ron’s instructions to push the preferences that you set by waking up the device as he says… There should be b-button inside the device. Bring your Fibaro very close to the ST hub, triple click on the b-button, you should see the Fibaro wake up (solid blue neon) and hit configure from your ST app.
Here’s a screenshot with the configure button. The screen may be different for you as I use a different device type.