I can’t believe what you’ve accomplished for me and let me know how much more I have to learn with my rinky-dink HTML parsing device handler for Raspberry Pi
ZERO issues, everything works as expected. Created two virtual devices, let the smartapp point the physical to the two virtuals and voila. Everything works: auto-update of switch status, rule machine/smart lighting, Echo…
The only thing I don’t understand or see any behavior with are the ON/OFF buttons on the right. They don’t seem to do anything. I’m guessing that it’s for other subscribers to be notified.
I was about to use the same one I have for the Enerwave’s, got the Monoprice’s coming real soon, glad I saw this, and thanks again Eric for all the work you’ve done on these relay DHT’s, they have been rock solid with your handler!
I’m trying to add as a device handler. I was able to get enerwaves version to compile and publish, but I cannot get Eric’s version to compile. Even with everwaves, it’s published but I don’t know how to tie things together in the app.
Make sure you are using the raw view in GitHub so you don’t accidentally cut/paste anything extra. Then the second bit of code in the first post is a smart app that will create and sync virtual switches appropriately. You don’t want to use that original Enerwave code, it’s very limited.
You have to follow the links in the first post. One of them is for a simulated switch creator, you don’t actually create the simulated switches yourself, the smart app will do all of that for you if you’ve installed all the correct stuff in IDE. So you should have 2 device handlers installed and one smart app.
The problem is signal strength, well when that used to happen it was for me. I had the hub in my living room and the zwn-rsm2 in my bedroom controlling a fan and it worked rarely with long delays or no response at all. I moved the hub into my bedroom and it has made a huge difference. The zwn-rsm2 works 100% of the time with little to no delay the longest of which is about a second and a half on very rare occasions. It’s weird because I have a minimote in the bedroom that works just fine regardless of where the hub is and it’s Zwave as well.
I tried putting the hub back in the living room and the zwn-rsm2 went wonky again so for now the hub has to stay in my bedroom.