The DTH will allow the buttons to be used in any SmartApp that works with buttons. The top button is assigned as button 1 and the bottom button is assigned button 2. Hold events are working as well as a holdRelease event. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
Github Installation (recommended, easier to update):
For easier updating, add the GitHub repository in your IDE account:
After this, just Publish the DTH and pair the switch cover.
Installation (before pairing):
Go to the “My Device Handlers” section of the IDE.
Click “Create New Device Handler”
Click “From Code and paste the code from the GitHub link. Click Create.
Click Publish > For Me.
The Handler is ready to use. Put the hub to “Find new things” on the app. Pull the battery tab and press any button on the GoControl Switch. The device will pair.
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I am new to SmartThings Community and it appears your device Handler is exactly what I need to integrate these WA00Z-1 switches into my SmartThings hub. But I am not sure how to get your device handler on to my specific hub. The Smart app concept is all I have been able to accomplish. Any help would be appreciated.
I am constantly being notified by ST that my GoControl is at 1% battery. Which it is not. When I press button 1 it is showing 89% and button 2 is showing 89% battery level. Can you help me out? Other than that, your DH has saved me from rewiring my 3-way staircase light switches. And it got me a happy wife approval. She and the baby press the buttons and the Cree bulb(s) in the sealing light fixture respond as they should. And get this, I set 2 events; for button 1, Push = 55% light strength and Hold = 100% light strength. Great for not blinding yourself light at night for the bathroom trips.
Glad you and your family like it. I’m not really sure what to do about Battery. It’s always been my understanding never to trust battery life on ST. I’ve had my unit for around a month before this thread was made. Still on the initial set of batteries.
To cheat the battery result, you can change the battery report between lines 116 and 130. I’m still figuring out how to adjust the code for you.
hey all, I’m new here so please forgive me if my terminology is incorrect. is it possible to use this switch to “cycle” through different scenes by simply tapping the “on” button repeatedly? as in, my living room has three bulbs, can I tap “on” once and have it turn on one bulb, tap on again to add a second and then tap on a third time to get there third bulb?
I’ve read a fair amount about scene control but couldn’t find exactly if you can use the SAME button to cycle groups of bulbs/devices.
I know multi button scene controllers can do thisb but I like having a more stock looking switch as I rent.
This controller has 2 buttons on it. Each one of the buttons has 2 events (Push/Hold).
At my house I didn’t mod my 3-way switches. I just purchased two of these controllers and used them to control a Cree connected bulb. Button 1 PUSH event turns ON & sets the bulb to 50% for Night time. Button 1 Hold event turns ON & sets the bulb to 100%. Button 2 Turns that bulb OFF.
I could have used the Button 2 Hold event for something else, but I didn’t need to do any other actions.