A year and still no fan type is pretty slow on catching up, now that hub v2 is out they need to devote a few resources on doing nothing but revamping these devices types.
My numbers were based on when the FAN actually changed from low/med/high using the 1% incremental method. I’m not sure if it also triggered the blinking led, i’ll have to check later today, but i’m suspecting it was, meaning its switch based, and our values are indeed different. All i know right now is those values are when my actual fan kicks to the next speeds. It was the reason I thought we need those values easily configurable since they could be different and were different in my case. When physically using the button to cycle low/med/high it would also produce different values. So low for example could be 11% it could be 22%, its like the physical switch just randomly jumped to a percentage within a range. You can notice this by watching the App now as it will report the current “dimmer” value. So the way I’ve done it, with you defining the switch low/med/high values gives it the ranges that will accurately report what the fan is running at. If you know your fan values are accurate then be sure to go into the Edit and set your numbers to your values.
No idea if GE Changed up its values, but I noticed yours was the JA and mine was the GE, although they should technically be the same, i’ve read the differences is mainly marketing with the JA going to contractors/installers and GE for more of a consumer packaging. But there might be other changes…
I’ll know soon if those values are Switch Based or Fan Based as I’m now going to order more, my willingness to buying more devices have been based on how great the app to control it is. Now that the App is more functional, I now want more Fan Controllers!