Not sure if this also related to drivers, but anyone has the Fibaro Flood Sensor?
I also been using 6 of them for around 10 yrs, all been working fine, until recently, they start randomly say moisture detected then back to normal. maybe once a week for few days, definitely nothing as frequent as the monoprice motion sensor.
You may have to re-register ST with IFTTT. I got a notification on Monday that ST changed the way it connects with IFTTT with its API. You have to reconnect the service for it to use the new API and keys.
I agree with @JDRoberts I have been able to replace IFTTT with routines in Smartthings, Google Home and Alexa. The only thing I run in IFTTT is an email notification when an item is added or removed from my Alexa shopping list. This uses my two free applets.
Hello, once you have ‘added support’, what must we do to get them working. I’m just a normal user of ST and have no clue about ‘updating drivers’, ‘excluding devices’, and all this other jargon. Kind of liked it when you just add devices and go from there. Everything keeps changing in ST and it’s so frustrating. I’m constantly wasting huge amounts of time dealing with the ‘upgrades’. Anyway, enough complaining. could someone provide explicit instructions as to how to fix these Monoprice devices once the drive is updated?
@csstupThank you, Corey! I have a couple of the original ZWave sensors (not ZWave+) branded as GoControl and am looking forward to testing this driver. My understanding is the device was sold under a number of brands, including Linear, GoControl, and Monoprice–hopefully with few differences in messaging protocol…
Thank you @csstup . I will love to do the test it out if possible.
Sorry for not knowing, but I have Monoprice Door/windows, Garage Door & Motion Sensor. And I am not sure if they are considered clones of Linear WAPIRZ?
If they are, I will love to test the beta driver!
These are the Monoprice Sensors I have (circled in red)
The WAPIRZ is a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor. Door/window contact sensors, and garage door devices are different models from different device classes. So only the motion sensors are potential clones in this case.
@JDRoberts is correct about the motion detector, of course.
Although off-topic for this thread, the WADWAZ Door/Window sensors from Linear/GoControl/Monoprice, et.al., shown in your photo seem to work fine with the stock SmartThings “Z-Wave Sensor” Edge driver. They use the legacy ZWave non-secure network connection. I have four of these in service at two locations/hubs and they behave okay.
I’m looking forward to it, thank you! I have 7 of those motion detectors and it keeps saying there’s a fire in my house. Not cool!
BTW, I’m looking at the advanced users interface and no longer see a section to install drivers. I’m hoping you can enlighten us to how you can install the driver you’re creating.