My setup is well contained in a tight area (a flat) - my hub is central and no z-wave power socket is out of range.
Everything seems to work great during the day when testing (who needs many lights on in the day?).
I also have other brands of power sockets (Samsung amongst others) and Zigbee sockets and sensors. I have a Zwave range extender serving my workshop.
What happens frequently is this:
At night, the lights all work
(kitchen is 5 sockets controlled by a virtual switch - all greenwave)
(lounge is 5 more, 4 greenwave 1 samsung - on a virtual switch)
(Hallway is 2 sockets - greenwave - on a virtual switch)
(bedroom is one socket, homeplus?)
(Garage is several sockets greenwave and zigbee, and a few sensors.)
Kitchen lights come on, go off when I leave (motion sensor).
Lounge lights come on when i tell alexa to turn them on.
Hallway lights come on when I tell alexa.
Some nights I activate “bed time” and ALL the lights go off. Perhaps with a small ripple of delays).
Then other nigghts, like last night, 4 of the 5 in the kitchen refused to respond.
Neither hallway light responded.
1 of the 5 went off (the samsung).
I repeated the commands. Nothing happened.
In the end I switched everything off manually.
This morning everything is working again.
I’m starting to assume it’s a Greenwave powernode problem. There certainly are not range issues in the house. Everything is close, and there are powered sockets making a very robust link where the furthest sockets might be an issue. The lights in the lounge are a few metres away at worst.
Anyone else suffering with this? I’ve got 10 greenwave nodes and I’m seriously considering trying to return them,