@tomfontaine Your best bet is to watch the logs when you hit the “Configure” button to see what it is trying to set and what is actually happening. Also, you can try to set the auto off in the web interface for the device.
@dotan_shai That is an interesting device. It looks like they are using the neutral from the light fixture with a bypass device. There are a few devices out there doing this. As for the firmware, I’m not currently supporting it. I do have a forked version of Tasmota that should support it, but someone would have to create the device handler for it.
There are some example device handlers in my main github:
The device handlers with “tasmota” in the name.