Already running some Fibaro devices and two Technisat single switches
The Technisat dimmer is reckognized as 0299:0004:1A92:2.0
According to the binding documentation this means, the device is not in the database.
I enabled debug logging and checked the log. The ZWaveThingHandler checkes every device but is unable to find thing type (0299:0004:1A92:2.0). Searching for Technisat finds three devices to check (zwave:technisat_shutter_00_000, zwave:technisat_03009498_00_000, zwave:technisat_seriesswitch_00_000) but the dimmer seams missing. But it is listed in the database on opensmarthome.org and is approved.
I performed an upgrade, but it dosen’t help.
I can provide the node xml if necessary. But as an new user it is not allowed
Are there any ideas how to solve this problem.
Thanks for your help.
EDIT: I earned a new trust level and added the node xml.
Important: The binding is not listed under bindings now. But as @Bruce_Osborne mentioned it still works.
Remove not correctly detected device (Technisat Dimmer):
Settings -> Things -> Technisat Dimmer -> delete Thing
Add new device:
Settings -> Things -> + -> ZWave Binding -> Scan
Create items for the device and link them to channels
ZWave controller and devices uninitialized or Error:Bridge: wait a bit until openhab has finished starting and the binding recognizes the controller. If that doesn’t help restart Raspberry Pi or the used system.
I’m logged into the Karaf console and I can see that the ZWave bundle is loaded, but my USB Z-Wave controller is premanently in “UNINTIALIZED” state after installing the 3.1.0-SNAPSHOT… Also, the Bundle shows “Installed”, but when I try to “start” the bundle is fails with an error:
Error starting bundle 294: Could not resolve module: org.openhab.binding.zwave 
Leider scheint der Technisat Dimmer immer noch in der Datenbank zu fehlen. Jedenfalls kann ich ihn in der Liste der unterstützen Dinge nicht finden und ich bekomme ich nach wie vor die Meldung “Unknown Divce”. Kann mir hier jemand weiterhelfen?
Some time since the last feedback.
I have only now found the time to upgrade to OH version 3.1.
First I did a backup again. Then I deleted the manually installed Z Wave Binding from the directory and did a complete update / upgrade of the Raspi. In doing so I had to change the repository, but this can be found in the installation guide for OH 3.1.
Afterwards I installed the Z Wave Binding via Openhab and everything works fine right away.
Since my installation ran for over half a year without any major problems, except for an occasional reboot because the Echo Binding lost connection, I will expand my Z Wave network and switch to Openhabian.