I currently have the Aeotec Siren on its own DTH. I also purchased the Doorbell 6 with the button so I have two Sirens/Chimes. The Doorbell 6 is of course on this DTH, along with the child device for the included button which is about 10’ away from my v3 hub, totally clear line of sight.
I have noticed about twice a week, I wake up and notice my button is at 1% battery. Not sure what I did last time to fix it but it went back up to 100% as it is a brand new battery and stayed there for a couple weeks.
This morning I woke up and its at 1% percent again and I am sure that it is not at that level.
I tried resyncing the Doorbell 6 as well as the button, I think that fixed it last time for me but today it stays at 1% and the unit itself is flashing every few seconds. Everything is still working too. I’m stumped.
Any ideas on what is happening here? I solely use the classic app even though I have a v3 hub. Only one location, one hub. That was not fun to fix. If anyone needs anything from my logs, just let me know and I will post them up. I have insecure rejoin turned on too even though I shouldn’t. This is the only device out of about 40 that I am having issues with pretty regularly.
I have reset, excluded, re-paired. I am on firmware 1.0 according to SmartThings IDE as far as the button and as for the Doorbell 6 itself, I see this:
zw:Ls type:0301 mfr:0371 prod:0103 model:00A2 ver:1.04 zwv:5.03 lib:03 cc:5E,55,98,9F,6C,72 sec:70,86,59,85,73,60,8E,5A,7A,71,79 role:05 ff:A200 ui:A200 epc:8
I can see the doorbell at button one, looks to be configured properly. The Doorbell is on v1.4
My doorbell rang yesterday as it should when someone was at my door but looking into the logs for the Doorbell. I took two snippets of the logs for the doorbell as well as the button. I am stumped.
If anyone has any idea what is going on here, I’m all ears. Should I also switch out the DTH for my old Aeotec Siren (still use), with the same one for the Doorbell 6? I think I read that on one of the pages in this channel. I went through it all and couldn’t find anyone else with the same issue. Keep in mind I am using the new V3 hub, which is about right in the middle of the doorbell and the chime. I would say about 15 feet max. I did get very cold last night but it didn’t freeze.
edit: wouldn’t let me post two photos. I ended up creating a new profile with Github so the outdoor button is what I uploaded. Sorry if it is hard to read. I went out and pushed the doorbell, magically it is at 96% battery. I shouldn’t have to push my own doorbell every morning to get it to refresh. I must be missing something important. The weird this is the Doorbell 6 flashing all night long for no reason.