Integration of Innr Smart Lighting products


#1

Hello all, I’m trying to connect my Innr smart bulbs to the ST hub, but no success. On Zigbee level they seem to connect, but they won’t show up in the App. Tried to create a Device Handler for them (I have the Zigbee details required for this) but then get back the following message:

Org.springframework.security.access.AccessDeniedException: Run Locally Permission not allowed for DeviceType: 7a85c6a2-c1ad-4aff-87a2-f3612b3e4593

Who know what this is, and why I get this error message ?

Alternatively, does anyone already have DH for Innr bulbs ?


(Paul) #2

Did you get to the bottom of this?

Are you using an ST published DTH as an example to crate a new device type?


#3

Hi Paul,

I used a ST published DH and then adapted it for Innr Bulbs, but that didn’t work. Meanwhile I understood that ST is working on adding Innr bulbs to their generic DH’s for white, tunable white and color bulbs, so this should already work or work very soon :blush:.


#4

After lots of research - This worked for me.

  1. Factory reset the bulb by turning off and on six times. On the final time the bulb will flash to confirm the rest.
  2. Turn the bulb Off
  3. On the mobile app go to ‘My Home’ and select the ‘Things’ tab.
  4. Press the ‘Add a thing’ button.
  5. Now turn on the Innr bulb at the switch.
  6. The bulb will flash twice as it goes into pairing mode.
  7. The app will display a new “thing”. Accept and rename as necessary and save.
  8. Now go to the Samsung IDE on your PC (https://account.smartthings.com) and go to the ‘My Devices’ Tab.
  9. You should see your new “Thing” or whatever you renamed it as.
  10. Select this and press the edit button.
  11. Change the device type to ‘Zigbee smart bulb’ – Pick the one that best describes your bulb.
  12. Save it.
  13. Go back to your Mobile app and Hey Presto! - A working controllable bulb.

Hope it works for you


(Paul Harris) #5

Hi Nick. Thank you for your helpful post. This worked perfectly for my Innr B22 RGBW. I thought I was going to have to send it back but I’m now ‘enjoying’ bridgeless Smart Bulb functionality. Paul


(Tom Beech) #6

Top man- this works a treat.


(Jimmy) #7

They added the fingerprints for some of their bulbs to the default handlers back around march