First of all, thanks for this implementation. It’s great and I love the fact that now I can control all the settings from the Smartthing rules (before I had to use WebCore to modify the operation mode, default dim level, etc…).
Thanks a lot for a great job!
Hi @philh30 ,
Does this driver does not support the “button” capabilities (push, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, held, hold)?
The devices themselves don’t support multi-tap events.
I updated to your Edge driver from the old DTH for my 26933 switch. With the old DTH, I was able to select the button as a trigger in the Smart Lighting smartapp. With your driver, the switch doesn’t show up when I select Button as the trigger. It does show when I select Switch as the trigger. Is there a reason why Button is not available?
Hi again -
I have a newer GE/Jasco smart outlet with fingerprint 0063-4952-3234. I don’t see it in the fingerprints in the repo. Can you add support for this model as well? I think the only difference is that it supports Zwave S2 authentication.
Update: I have a use case for the button capability. I have a pair of Smart Lighting routines that I created awhile back using the old DTH. During a certain time period, one of the routines turns on the light and sets the level to 1% when there is motion and the other turns on the light and sets the level to 100% when the button is pushed. With no button capability, I changed the second routine to turn on the light and set the level to 100% when the switch is turned on. Well, I figured out that it was causing the light to come on at 1% on motion and then immediately jumping to 100%. That is because the trigger of the switch coming on happens when the motion routine runs. When I had the button as a trigger it was a distinct action separate from motion and separate from the switch coming on. Can you add a button press capability to the motion/dimmer switch?
I’ve added this to the driver for non-motion switches (may take up to 12 hours for the change to get pushed to your hub if you already have that driver installed). Give it a try and post in the other thread if you have any issues.
Thanks! I check it out as soon as the driver downloads to my hub.
Turns out you can force the driver to update by reinstalling it from the CLI
Works great and as an aside, the model number of the outlet is 55256.