[RELEASE] Zooz Zen23 Toggle Switch v3.0

Here is the handler for the newly released Zen23 toggle switch. It has numerous new parameters and also has not only association capability but also uses central scene for some scene control. You can use smart lighting or webcore to assign the scene buttons.

Update 7-12-19: Updated the handler to add all the v3.01 functionality (full scene control)

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@doncaruana Is it possible to add your Github Repository to my Smartthings IDE so I can see when there are updates? If it is possible, what would I list for Owner, Name and Branch? Thanks.

In case you don’t already know how (sounds like you do, but just in case!), here’s some help on adding a repository in general: FAQ: Github Integration How to Add and Update from Repositories

For me, owner= doncaruana; name= SmartThings-doncaruana; branch= master

Thank you, this will be helpful

Do you have to update the firmware for each switch?

Since smartthings still doesn’t have Ota firmware updates for z-wave devices, you would have to manually update each switch you wanted to be updated.

How you do that can vary. I understand that zflash from home seer allows you to do that in bulk but I don’t have it nor do I know all that much about it.

I’m getting the Zooz zwave stick and trying it myself with their software.

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Awesome thanks.

I realize I have two repositories from you, for Zen21 and Zen23. Is that necessary?

Not sure what you mean by “repositories”. I only have one publish repository on github published (https://github.com/doncaruana/SmartThings-doncaruana). If you mean you have different handlers for the Zen21 and Zen23, then, yes, it’s necessary because they are different.

I’ve had the 21’s for awhile, but just added three 23’s. I wasn’t sure if ST knew how to differentiate between DTHs, so I added it again. I’m just clarifying if I only need to list it once, and ST will still see both drivers.

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You only need one repository link. You can remove one of those. Both handlers will be seen by either link.

Cool, thanks!