You’ll need to use a custom device type handler that exposes the parameters.
If you haven’t used custom code in smart things before, basically you’re going to copy the authors code and paste it into your account. Here’s the step-by-step FAQ:
So you’re new to SmartThings, you asked a question, and someone suggested “custom code” as an answer.
Or you were browsing the forums, and you found something that sounded like it would be perfect for what you wanted, but again, “uses custom code.”
What does that mean, how hard is it to do, and what’s the difference between a “SmartApp” and a “Device Type Handler”?
(Note: the official terminology has changed a couple of times. “device type handler,” “device handler,” “DTH,” and “device type” all mean the same thing, and you will find all these terms used in the forums.)
SECTION I: SMARTAPPS AND DEVICE HANDLERS: WHAT THEY ARE
SmartAPPS: Tiny Programs to decide what a specific device should do when, or to collect the information from a specific device
SmartApps, including the various f…
In this case, I think the following is the code you need, but it may depend on the exact model number.
I have been waiting about 2 years for a Fibaro Dimmer to reach the US. Now that it is here and I have my hands on one, I have to say that I am not disappointed. This is the in-wall dimming device that I have been waiting for.
Anyway, the SmartThings handler “Fibaro Dimmer” didn’t seem to work and I couldn’t find a community handler that worked with the US version so I put this together. It is also setup with the “button” capability and can send button commands. You have to enable the “Scene Activation Functionality in the device preferences”. The mappings will be posted below.
This device has 50 configurable settings. I have included what I thought were the most relevant ones, but if anyone thinks there should be more, just let me know. A description of them can be found in the …