OK, update. After creating the device handler I got it connected.
Tried on the phone app, clicked B button three times very fast and I got it.
I will on the weekend connect to one of the roller shutters and try to calibrate.
Now if I change “percentage” I hear a click for a few seconds. Now sure now if it does up and down switch of if if closes only one of the outputs.
I have finally found the reason for not being detecting the FRM222. I had bough the Smartthings Hub on the US and the FRM222 on Europe. The z-wave frequencies are different depending on the region and this was the reason why it was not being detected at all.
Now I have finaly managed to detect and install as the Fibaro Dimmer which is working quite fine. The only problem is that the dim is not properly calibrated. When the blinds are all open I get on the fibaro dimmer bar around 20% and not 0% as expected. The dimming bar is always around 20% away from is real value (half of the blinds open represent on the “Fibaro Dimmer” dimmer bar around 70% and not 50%.
Hi Daniel, did you do the calibration of the Fibaro after connection.
Press Fibaro button for 3-6s until you get the blue light, temporarily release buton and press 1s again. It will do a full close and open and should solve it
Mine are working fine, only issue is 50% open corresponds to 50% motor rotation.
Since you have that period where the blinds are full down but not closed (they will start closing the small gaps between the rows), 50% means only real ~35% open.
But I can live with that.
I have an EU version of the Fibaro FGR-222 and I wrote a device handler for it.
This device handler allow to open or close the roller shutter as well as define a level in percent. You can also configure if you have a momentary or toggle switch and you can also launch the calibration process of the module.