@bond-jacob hope I’m not hijacking this thread.
I have a Best Cirrus Range Hood Fan and a Bond bridge. Bond has mediocre support for this remote but I understand it’s not a common use case. The device has a light and a fan. The remote only has toggle switches. The light switch uses a single button, you press it repeatedly to toggle between 4 states (High -> Med -> Low -> Off). The fan only has up and down buttons (increase speed/decrease speed).
This is ok in the Bond app, where you can just repeatedly push the buttons. It’s TERRIBLE with voice commands as you have to say the command over and over (“Alexa turn off the range hood light…Alexa turn off the range hood light…”).
So I’m down the rabbit hole of workarounds. I enabled integration with SmartThings in order to write a little SmartApp that repeats a command. So if I say “Alexa turn off the range hood light” my SmartApp repeats that command 2 more times (source code) . This is actually working great.
The problem is the fan device is not published to SmartThings at all. Do you have any idea why? This is how it’s set up in Bond:
I’m thinking maybe I should set up two different devices in the Bond app, one for the light, another for the fan, but not sure if that will matter. Maybe the fan commands are not exposed to SmartThings? I think you said something similar in a previous reply (I can’t put more than 2 links sorry, here’s a parial URL /smartthings-bond-support/165134/103) but not sure.
Thanks for looking.