It’s been certified for both the US and the UK, but so far I’ve only seen sales listings on the UK sites.
It will certainly need custom code as it has single click, double-click, triple click, and long hold for each of the buttons, plus multibutton sequences and it’s doing it through a combination of Central scenes (12) and zwave Association groups (13!).
Because of the use of association groups, I don’t think the multibutton sequences are going to be available to the smartthings hub. That will limit them to being used with other Z wave devices within one hop.
It does have a separate button released attribute, which is good.
But unless I’m reading this wrong, when used as a SmartThings button controller you may be limited to only two actions per button because there are six buttons and 12 Central scene codes. So 12 instead of 30.
But I haven’t looked at it really closely, maybe I’m wrong and you can send 30 central scene codes, or there’s a separate attribute byte.
Here’s the manual:
Tagging a few people who have previously worked with central scene command devices and might find this one interesting.
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