However, I can use this Nexia thermostat with Alexa (via Nexia Z-Wave Bridge connected to my network via Ethernet).
Since I know that some SmartThings-Alexa integration is possible, and since I already have a fair amount of webCoRE pistons doing things in that area…
I’ve been working on setting up a system of simulated Alexa switches (thanks to @bjpierron here) and a piston in webCoRE that I can use to sync the state of the Simulated thermostat in SmartThings over to the real one in Nexia-land via Alexa.
Well, the problem is that, even though the sync works from the simulated switches over to Alexa (and then on to the Nexia thermostat), for some reason, nothing I do in the simulated tstat gets to the simulated switches.
e.g. piston in webCoRE
If simulated tstat’s setpoint changes to 71, turn ON simulated switch 71.
When I change the simulated thermostat’s setpoint to 71, the related simulated switch does not get turned ON.
So, I guess my question is, are we supposed to be able to use the simulated thermostat to do things like this? If so, I will go ask more about this on the webCoRE forum, but I wanted to know first if this sort of thing is even supposed to be possible.
Sorry I didn’t put this in an appropriate category. Thanks @JDRoberts