Is it possible to reassign a low device id to a Z-Wave device without resetting every zwave device in the system?
Here is the story - somehow a smart lightbulb (GoControl ZWave bulb) got unplugged for a few days - not a big deal normally, but when it got plugged back in - it was GONE. I mean, no trace of it in SmartThings - like it never existed. Ok, odd, but whatever, I just pair it again, and life is good… well, almost. I pair it back and it works with MOST things, except with a GE wall keypad that simply REFUSES to pair with it. I reset the keypad, re-paired other devices (including identical bulb) - all is good, but this bulb just will not pair. A bit more digging and I find that the keypad in question is only able to pair with devices with device ID less than 32 (0x20 in hex) and lo and behold - the new device id for this bulb is 0x23. Mystery solved. Now to fix it… but how?
If I exclude/include, Device ID will just keep going up - so that is not so good (though, what is the highest Device ID? At what point will it roll over?)
Seems like the most likely scenario is that I will have to reset the hub and start all over, which sounds painful, as I have a lot of devices (even if we only re-do all the z-wave devices, it is a large number)
So, any other ideas? Any way to change it to a lower device ID?
Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks,