I replaced my tired old Jenn-Air gas cooktop last week with a shiny new Samsung 5-burner unit (Model #NA30N7755TS)…mostly because I frequently make large pots of soups/stews. Bringing them to a boil took forever on the old cooktop, and the Samsung’s 5th (center) burner puts out a manly 22K BTUs. More power! (Insert Tim Allen caveman grunt here.) Anyway…it’s also ST compatible via a Wi-Fi connection, and reports to ST whenever a burner is turned on/off. I didn’t buy it for that feature, but I’m trying to take advantage of it anyway with a simple webCoRE piston that will alert me if we leave the house and any of the burners are still on. That’s never been a problem in over 25 years of living in this house, but it’s a free safety feature, so I might as well make use of it.
But naturally, there is no documentation provided by Samsung for the Cooktop device type, and I’m having a bit of a time getting a piston to trigger based on the state of the burner(s). Does anyone here have one of the Samsung ST-compatible cooktop/range appliances and any experience with using it in CoRE/webCoRE pistons?