You need to have a look at the live logging to see whats happening when its adding. I do have a double which ive never used so ill have a look at weekend. Ill try adding a trv tonight n see if that stilll works
just fitted one today. i added left, then added right. tested in mihome, went to smartthings app found the new devices, ticked them both clicked save and there they were. working fine. soz without more info not sure how to help
how have you got on?
updated smart app to alow mihome contact sesnsors,
motion sensor updated to add contact capability, alow refresh rates and checkin info
sorry - crazy busy work trip so haven’t managed to do anything. Looks like something’s corrupted on my side then. I’ll keep trying to remove the smart app and start again All this for a socket connected to a water fountain! Appreciate the help though
Does anyone know if this will work with the double light switch due next week?
Its should do. The double sockets you add them as 2 separate items in mihome. The app may need adaptation depending on what they a called/identified as.
Firstly I’d like to thank you guys for creating and maintaining the SmartApp and DeviceHandler.
I have a question, my be a silly one, but here goes anyway…
Is it possible to have the etrv be both a thermostat and a temperature sensor?
Its is. What are you trying to do?
Hmmm…can’t get the double light switch to appear
Do they show/work in the mihome app?
They have appeared. Bit hasty I think
But nothing under things…I can see it in the mihome app & the mihome (connect) app in smarthings.
Have you ticked them in the smartapp. Click save save
Yep. I opened smart things on another device and they are in the list. But still no “thing”
Have you ticked them. Other wise you will have to have a look at the live logging when you tick save
has any one notice this today
ava.lang.reflect.UndeclaredThrowableException @line 443 (poll)
Ln443 - def resp = parent.apiGET("/subdevices/show?params=" + URLEncoder.encode(new groovy.json.JsonBuilder([id: device.deviceNetworkId.toInteger()]).toString()))
07:43:51: error java.lang.reflect.UndeclaredThrowableException @line 147 (poll)
Ln147 - def resp = parent.apiGET("/subdevices/show?params=" + URLEncoder.encode(new groovy.json.JsonBuilder(body).toString()))
its showing up on both mt etrv and adapter
I’m getting a very similar error on all my adaptors… perhaps energenie have made another ‘improvement’.
I think it’s smartthings
All I can tell you is ST hasn’t switched my sockets in a couple of days. V. Annoying as I’m about to go away and my wife is only tolerant of HA when it works perfectly!