@coelhorj Please post in the thread linked above, which focuses on that issue.
First, super good job on the driver. I have started moving my Z-Wave GE switches over to your driver and it finally unlocks all the capabilities that I used to have prior to the platform updates and such. It’s great. I am super pleased with the fan controls (now not a dimmer!!) and the motion controls.
If you are still looking for GE Z-Wave switches, outlets, etc., I have some GE plug-in Z-Wave switches/outlets that I mostly use at the holidays for controlling our trees/lights/etc.
GE Plug-in Smart Switch 12719/ZW4101: 0063-5250-3030
GE Plug-in Smart Switch 45653/ZW4102: 0063-5052-3031
GE Plug-In Outdoor Smart Switch 12720/ZW4201: 0063-5250-3130
I have a couple others that are newer… I will see about digging them up.
Thanks again! You’re awesome!
Hi, awesome job on the drivers.
I was wondering if there is a driver for the GE Portable Smart Motion Sensor 34193?
Thanks for the help.
Is there an edge driver for GE Portable Smart Motion Sensor 34193?
It’s not in this driver. I think the fingerprint is included in the stock ST zwave-sensor driver, but they haven’t included configuration settings for it.
Are there any plans to move all of these configuration settings to the stock Edge drivers?
I know this is a super-late reply, but I found a way to change the name field. If you go back into the old Groovy IDE, you can edit the device and change the name field manually. No need to exclude/include.
Not ideal, and can be tedious if you have a lot to modify (like my several dozens of GE switches that got migrated and were stuck with “GE Wall Switch”). But at least it is a way to change it.
The only downside to doing that is that you have to know the device ID (required field) which is no longer shown in the IDE once you’ve converted the device to the edge driver. I found it by using the CLI to look at the particular device.
I started changing the drivers on my switches to Edge drivers this week, but have been having an issue with the Honeywell branded switches. The only driver available is the 2022-06-04T15:39:11.22702488, which doesn’t have the same functionality as the 2022-02-15T00:28:52.970386 that I’ve got running on the GE/Jasco branded switches. I can tell the Honeywell switches have been updated by the “placeholder” designation in the ST IDE, but when I go to switch the driver in the app I either get no options or just a generic z-wave switch. Anyone have any ideas?
Also, thank you very much @philh30 for creating these.
2022-02-15T00:28:52.970386 is the current timestamp on the driver for GE/Jasco motion switches. I’ve never seen any Honeywell motion switches, but if you have them then I can add if you provide model number and fingerprint.
2022-06-04T15:39:11.22702488 is the current timestamp on the driver for all other GE/Jasco/Honeywell/Ultrapro switches. You should get functionality that matches the capabilities of your switch with all of the config parameters in settings. What is it that’s missing for your devices? What’s the model number?
I noticed curious change in behavior, not sure if it’s the new HW/FW or effect of the driver. I used to be able to register double-tap on other switches without them changing their own state: e.g., I can still double-tap up on GE/Jasco 46562 without it actually switching on if it was in off position. The new GE/Jasco 46201 doesn’t let me do that - it responds to the click immediately. So, if the switch was off it’s impossible to do double-tap up without turning the local load on. I suspect it’s the FW change since it makes the response so much faster. Any thoughts?