Thanks for the support @nayelyz really appreciate it. I think its a learning curve for me on how smart things work. Been going through the documentation but still a bit confusing for me.
I would like to first correct myself by default it doesn’t select “Samsung OCF Airconditioner” it must of been when I was playing with it. I removed the system from my Smart Things account and factory reset the device (I also had to setup a new wifi network 2.4Gh/z only as it was having issues with my merged 2.4/5ghz.).
By default when factory reset Smart things assigns it “placeholder” here is the default settings from a fresh adoption of the device.
I first attempted to add it via your first method (Searching MIM-H03). When using this method the smart things app just times out here is a video of attempting to add it via searching the wifi kit (I snipped the 5 minute video down to 30 seconds)
Failing this I setup the device type with the search for nearby devices which works (This sets the device type as placeholder by default).
The Third party software I am trying to interface this with is home assistant:
Within home assistant is a smart things addon which allows the integration of your smart things device.
Scrolling down on the documentation page of home assistant advises what data it requires for the “Climate” feature
||hvac mode, hvac action
||drlc_status_duration (state attribute), drlc_status_level (state attribute), drlc_status_override (state attribute), drlc_status_start (state attribute)
||power_consumption_end (state attribute), power_consumption_energy (state attribute), power_consumption_power (state attribute), power_consumption_start (state attribute)
I am only attempting to get the required options for this moment.
I first reached out to the developers and support for this module and home assistant and was pointed over here as a custom device type handler was required to get the correct data to home assistant.
By default when I leave the device type as “placeholder” on the smart things web configuration and add it to my home assistant all the information that is received is about air quality which are not available due to the MIM-H03 not having these features. I have been through the listed device types and when I select a generic “Thermostat” device type it does pass data to home assistant however it is not the correct data for example where the device type of “generic thermostat” says “Current Temp: 20C" the MIM-H03 is passing on "Set Temp: 22c” I will see if I can post a video if that helps. So I think all I need to do is write a working device type handler to pass the correct data to home assistant. (I’ve created one called “Derf’s MIM-H03 Handler” which is the learning curve I am attempting to overcome).
Hope the above helps understand where I am up to.