I have a Smartthings hub and a VeraLite hub connected to the same LAN and physically located about 3 inches apart. I’ve been using Smartthings for about 6 month now and have numerous outlets, switches and window/door censors connected to it.
This morning I plugged in VeraLight and decided to play around with it. I remotely upgraded VeraLite firmware, then installed NEST and WEMO apps on VeraLite.
I am looking at my VeraLite screen and see all Smartthings zwave devices that are NOT battery operated and are pared to smartthings appear on my Vera Lite.
How did it happen? How could I have the same z-wave device be pared with two different z-wave controllers?
Am I missing something? I do not understand.
This might be a good thing, but how did it happen?
Does that mean that non battery operated Z-wave devices can be pared with more than one controller?