I understand for the most part.
I don’t understand how this is only a ST issue if triple tap causes the v4.0 switches to go into pairing or exclusion mode. Wouldn’t this be the case regardless of the hub platform? If this isn’t the case, I must be missing something obvious.
The main reason I looked at the Zooz switches was the often advertised multi-tap scene control, and the documentation includes the 3-tap as an option, although I understand stuff happens, I can’t imagine a switch was designed to have a button sequence do two different things simultaneously, where one of the two might break the network.
But again, I might be missing something obvious, and it wouldn’t be unusual for me to do so.
I thought I read something similar in the HE forums when I was searching the topic, but it might be another issue.
Anyway, I ain’t mad at nobody, just wondering who needs to fix something for these switches to triple-tap. I have to imagine there are others who have or soon will discover the same issue and be sad. Honestly, “double-tap”, “four-tap”, but you better not “triple-tap”!! That ain’t right, someone would be better off saying not to install the DH.
But other than that, I’m experimenting only on a Zigbee LED dimmer but hoping someone fixes whatever it is, so I don’t have to worry about a return window for the switches.
The people at Zooz support seem to be great.
Out of curiosity, do the battery powered remote paddles have the same problem with Smartthings?