I’m using the device with this handler.
Everything is working fine, except I’ve noticed that the device is not sending periodic power reports.
Only when I manually refresh it (using the ST app) does it refresh its power meter state.
How can I resolve it? I have a scene that should be triggered according to the device’s power state.
Any help would be much appreciated.
You may want to look at Edge drivers and ask your question in the following thread to see if your device is or can be supported…
Install this driver Z-Wave Switch Mc in your hub, if you want to use new Edge drivers.
This device must works fine.
- id: 010F/0600/1000 deviceLabel: Fibaro Outlet manufacturerId: 0x010F productType: 0x0600 productId: 0x1000 deviceProfileName: fibaro-metering-old-plug
Hi. You can use the gen 1 fibaro wall plug with the standard “z-wave metering switch” DTH
at this point, it is probably better for users to start thinking about Edge drivers over the groovy device handlers that are going to be phased out
absolutely. I have not testet the old gen 1 fibaro wall plug with edge driver. Does it work? I do have 2 new fibaro wall plugs which are using edge
read 3 posts up - the one written by @Mariano_Colmenarejo
can you please elaborate how can I install this driver in my ST?
I’ve enrolled and then in “list drivers” I don’t see any Fibaro driver
ok managed to understand, installed the Z-Wave Switch M driver. but what now? how can I link this driver to my device?
The Name of the driver is Z-Wave Switch Mc.
- Install the driver in your Hub
- Exclude the fibaro device from app
- Set the device in inclusion mode and in App add new device and click search nerby
- New Fibaro device will appear in app after some time
he would need to remove the custom groovy device handler after excluding the device
what should I put in the “immediate power report” setting? I see the range of the value is 1-100… I don’t really understand this
There is a problem, already reported to @nayelyz,in the preferences that does not show the description of the setting, which is this:
Maximum new reports put in 1% increments
- name: "inmediatePowerReport" title: "Inmediate Power Report- 40" description: "This parameter 40 determines the minimum percentage change in active power that will result in sending power report.\n1-99 - power change in percent\n100 - reports are disabled" required: false preferenceType: number definition: minimum: 1 maximum: 100 default: 80
This is the link to fibaro manuals:
Hi, I made a test and I can see the description as follows:
@rotman, is it not appearing on your device? can you share a screen capture, please?
It was just difficult for me to understand… thanks.
@Mariano_Colmenarejo, I experience the same behavior with the driver… still power meter won’t update automatically… I have to go to the device and manually refresh it in order for the right power meter value to show up (and only then does my power meter routine triggered)
Any idea why?
The fibaro devices in smartthings are not normally configured during installation.
The manufacturesr default parameter settings or the last ones saved in the device are kept.
If you uninstall it and do a factory reset, you can look in the manual how to do it, it resets all parameters to default values and then pairs device again.
You can also go to settings and preference by preference by changing the values of parameters 40, 41, 42 and 43.
The value you see in preferences when the device is installed is the default value, but are not sent to device, nor does it have to match the value that is stored on the device.
I do not know if I explained well?
I got you @Mariano_Colmenarejo, I just did a factory reset but I still face the same behavior…
Unless I manually refresh the device, power meter doesn’t change…
Well, it doesn’t work with the DTH or with the edge driver and with the factory settings, so either the device is wrong or something has changed in the App, which is causing many strange problems, as happened with the power information on zigbee devices.
I don’t have the device and maybe some user can check if it works well for him.
@rotman “Z-wave metering switch” DTH works perfectly with my 1.gen Fibaro Wall plug.
Is that the DTH you are using?