sorry about the bad link, yea that is the channel I am using. Will try removing the old DTHs today and will try again.
Is there an Edge Driver for the GoControl Smart Fixture Module? This is a Model FS20Z-1 Z-Wave Relay.
I am using it a momentary contact switch to open my garage door. I have the module wired directly to one of my Chamberlain remote circuit boards to emulate a remote button push when any member arrives at our home. I did a video on this but in the video I used a Zooz ZEN 16 because the GoControl Relay is no longer available for sale. If I cannot find a working Edge driver for the GoControl I am going to use the Zooz Zen 16 relay.
Here is a screenshot of the device showing the current DTH, which is the “Z-Wave Virtual Momentary Contact Switch” The screenshot also displays the manufacture & model number and fingerprints:
The generic ST garage door opener lists two fingerprints for that manufacturer, but not your specific model.
- id: “linear”
deviceLabel: Linear Garage Door
- id: “gocontrol”
deviceLabel: GoControl Garage Door
The generic section of the driver doesn’t match the device type and only supports one of the command classes as well.
It’s possible it will be migrated to this driver based on the device type name, but can’t say for sure. I haven’t found any other drivers that might support it.
Is there an edge driver for this?
Requesting Edge Driver for August Smart Lock 3rd Gen Z Wave, More details here: https://products.z-wavealliance.org/products/2624 .
Need Edge Driver for Enerwave ZWN-RSM2-PLUS Z-Wave Plus Dual Module
I need three separate drivers, thank you in advance!:
- Monoprice RGBW zwave+ bulbs #27482 (manual)
- GoControl zwave bulbs LB60Z-1 (manual)
- GoControl virtual 3-way switch WT00Z5-1 (manual) - this switch allows direct pairing to zwave things (the #2 bulbs above in my case)
I’ve tried other RGBW drivers for #1, but none of them take when including.
Are there any edge drivers for the first alert smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector known as “ZCOMBO”?
Any updates on the driver for this?
Seems some confuse the HS-FS100-W (water) with the light sensor HS-FS100-L
Did you ever get an edge driver for these relays. I have four of them!
I have a Switchbot mini, it works pretty well if you dont tap too many buttons too quickly. If you do, it freaks out and you have to wait for it to reconnect to the wifi. Thats unfortunate, but its probably time retire the tv anyway. The screen started to seperate from the frame. fixed it with E600 but its creators obviously did not intend for it to live this long, I guess planned obsolescence comes for us all some day. Regardless I appreciate the response!
I have a few vision dual relays to control light switches. vision micro dual relay zl7432. They look very similar to a current zooz product.
It seems really strange to me that there are so few of us who are interested in developing these smart apps on the edge. The end is coming and nothing works for me anymore: Neato, Netatmo, Life 360. All very essential things for my home automation. I didn’t understand if these integrations are of little interest, or if the developers really don’t have the possibility to do it. I’m just asking to understand.
Groovy integrations were hosted in the cloud which gave Smartthings issues with reliability, costs and the fact there technology was reliant on outside sources
Groovy smartapps would need to be hosted on a developers own server if re created, presently no one has shown interest, why should they if they cannot earn money from the integration
Alot of the old Smartapps can now be created using smartthings automations
The Manufactures of the devices used in Smartapps were responsible for the integration in a lot of cases, those same manufactures need to be contacted to see if they have plans to develop drivers for there equipment for inclusion to the new platform
Yes its a ball ache but the upshot is a faster more reliable platform with a decent outlook for the future
Thanks for the clarification.
My total ignorance on the programming and operation issue makes me think that if an integration could be made that allows you to integrate pre-specified devices into Google Home or Alexa at will, it would solve 90% of the problems we have for the loss of current smartapps. Am I talking nonsense? I have no idea how to do that of course
Completely valid point, as you point out the manufactures of certain devices have allowed there devices to show up in Echo and Google why not Smartthings… that is a question only the manufacture of the devices can answer
In the future many devices will be Matter compliant which means the need for groovy and cloud hosted integrations is no longer needed