Honeywell z-wave plug-in smart dimmer

Hi, I am adding some Honeywell Z-Wave Plug-In Smart Dimmers to my OpenHab installation. However, they are showing up as “Unknown Device” (in the Paper UI). I have updated 2.5.3 today but no luck. The device is described as follows:

  • Honeywell UPC: 0 30878 39336 2
  • Also labelled: ZW3104 (and the package says “By Jasco”)

I found these similar items in the database:

Openhab provides these properties for the device:

zwave_beaming true
zwave_class_basic BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
zwave_deviceid 12344
zwave_devicetype 20548
zwave_frequent false
zwave_lastheal 2020-03-29T21:16:43Z
zwave_listening true
zwave_manufacturer 57
zwave_neighbours 2,3,4,5,8,11,12
zwave_nodeid 15
zwave_plus_devicetype NODE_TYPE_ZWAVEPLUS_NODE
zwave_plus_roletype ROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON
zwave_routing true
zwave_secure false
zwave_version 5.25

Oddly, the manufacturer (57) seems to map to Whirlpool? I’ve got a few of these and they show the same properties. Please let me know if any additional information would be helpful. Any help or advice getting this device added to the database would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,

57 decimal is 37 in hexadecimal which maps to Honeywell The identification numbers used for Z-Wave are usually expressed in hexadecimal but the Paper UI displays them in decimal.

More information:

I found the userdata/zwave/network_eb1a48d2__node_15.xml file and it resolves part of my confusion. The manufacturer id shown in the paper ui is in decimal, while the manufacturer ids in the database are in hex! (Would love to see standard prefixes used to indicate this!)

So the manufacturer is 0x39 which is Honeywell (assuming the 39 in the database is hex too!).

The same goes for the devicetype in paper, listed as 20548, but nothing comes up anywhere. Now converting to this to hex (confirmed from the xml file), the device type is 0x5044 and the id is 0x3088 which appears to be this:

So I’m guessing the only reason the device was not matched was due to manufacturer? Or is the device above not included in the 2.5.3 release database?

That device entry was last updated late 2019 so it should be included in the binding. I will tag this thread as z-wave to attract more help.

57 decimal is 37 in hexadecimal which maps to Honeywell The identification numbers used for Z-Wave are usually expressed in hexadecimal but the Paper UI displays them in decimal.

Thanks Bruce! Came to the same conclusion after some head scratching.

I would attach the XML file, but it looks like new users cannot upload, so I uploaded it to Paste Bin:

Hope that is helpful!

The device isn’t in the database so will need to be added.

See an explanation below on doing this -:

This is not it?

No - that is a different manufacturer. The XML shows -:


Compared to the database -:

Manufacturer Jasco Products
Manufacturer ID 0063
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Thank you Chris and Bruce!

The device in question is sold by Honeywell, but labelled as “by Jasco” on the box. Not sure if it should somehow be cross-listed given it has the same type and id as an existing Jasco device.

NOTE : If you find that there is already a device in the database with the same Type and ID as the one you want to add, don’t just change them or add duplicates. Please flag this to me on the openHAB forum and we’ll try and work out how best to handle it - for example, the device might be a newer (or older!) version of a similar device with different firmware.

I assume that’s what you were discussing, so I went ahead and tried to upload the XML as per the Database Guide. I registered for an account on, verified my email, but the green “Tools” button does not appear on the Device List page. I don’t see any other way to create a new item. Should I file a ticket instead?

Please advise.


Wait a week for the next database export and then use the install script to install the snapshot binding.

Delete (NOT exclude) and rediscover the Thing to get the new binding settings.