Yep, it has the screw terminals and that part was straightforward. The challenge I’m having is that once that’s all connected, the menu options for programming the Aeotec into SmartThings for the final steps in the Step by Step Tutorial don’t quite match up with the options in the Ecolink.
I’m sure it’s something I can do using the command class configuration parameter…things on the pictured Ecolink instructions, but I’m just too new to adapt this all myself.
There isn’t anything to program in the ecolinks to use the screw terminals. There’s not a “second input” to select or choose. The screw terminals are just wired parallel to the magnet reed switch (on the door sensor) or the tilt switch (on the garage sensor).
Just close across the screw terminals to test. It’s designed to use a reed switch or a micro switch, any dry contact.
Most models came with the dry contact terminals. Maybe at some point they decided they weren’t worth installing anymore as most users never used them or knew they were there.
My point was that if equipped, there isn’t anything to change software wise. No setting to change or parameter to update. If the dry contact terminals are there, then they just work in parallel with the other switch (be it a magnetic reed switch on the door sensor or the tilt switch on the garage door sensor).
Photo of the 2.5ECO model with the terminals on board:
How can I remove one of these drivers? I tried to use uninstall but get the error show in the screen shot. I’ve gone through and excluded the 2 devices that were using this, but it still won’t uninstall. The wierd thing is that it shows these devices were using a DTH in the IDE. I still have 4 more of these devices using that DTH successfully. When I try to include the device I excluded, It automatically uses Z Wave Sensor PH. Thoughts??
I have a Schlage Home Door and Window Sensor (model RS100HC) which is also listed as the Schlage_DWZWAVE1 on the Z-Wave Alliance website. I’m 99.9% sure it is equivalent to the Ecolink DWZWAVE1 in form factor and functionality. The fingerprint is 011F-0001-0002
Edit: Looking up manufacturer ID 011F, it says it is assigned to “Ingersoll Rand (formerly Ecolink)” and this news release says it was so that they could partner with Ecolink to create Schlage branded devices.
Do you think you could add its fingerprint to the Z-Wave Sensor PH Edge driver?
Looking to see if this supports the Ecolink PIR-ZWAVE2 Motion sensor as I didnt see any details and with Smartthings debacle yesterday deleted device from users when I add it back it updates status oddly.
When Motion is sensed it sets as motion correctectly, but also updates the contact as open… I dont believe this has multi sensors so the other features (i.e. Illuminance, Top, Humidity,Battery) are not reporting status.
I’m having trouble adding ecolink motion sensor (pir-zwave2.5-eco) to ST. I installed the new edge drivers. My process:
-i add new device in ST and select “scan for nearby devices”
-i then insert the battery into motion sensor and it starts blinking slowly
It never gets discovered. I also tried adding ecolink sensor, but ST says it’s looking for ecolink zigbee sensor, not sure if it’s a typo? I also tried adding as generic z-wave device, no luck. I tried excluding the devices, but ST exclusion mode can’t see them neither.
Both of the devices are brand new and haven’t been included in any zwave network before. I’m clueless at this point, what am I doing wrong?