Sending a Z-Wave Command from within a SmartApp

Certainly there is a way to send a z-wave command to a known zwave node within a SmartApp?

For instance, sending zwave command ‘7004030101’ to node ‘1A’

zwave.configurationV1.configurationSet(configurationValue: [0], parameterNumber: 3, size: 1).format() would be the appropriate way in a Device Handler/Type.

Possibly something involving HubAction, but the documentation is lacking?

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Ha, now wouldn’t that be cool…

I figure it would let me configure all my custom parameters in bulk and keep the default device handlers for local processing.

Yup, exactly what I figured the plan was.

I’m not as familiar with zwave. Can you address commands within a device handler? Looks like they automatically create the addressing behind the scenes.

I was doing something similar with zigbee, but zigbee commands require the device network id and the endpoint as part of the command (although I think the developer call in a few will announce a change to that).

I was using a child device as the conduit to send out the commands because I couldn’t get them to work in the SmartApp. I would just pass all the info needed.

@Jim ? This is about writing to a specific endpoint.

I’m not sure if this helps, but it looks like it might be close