I’m new to all this and I’ve just installed openhabian, an Aeon labs usb hub and my first 3 z wave devices: 6 way multi-sensor, nano dimmer and a nano switch. the multi sensor and the nano dimmer installed relatively painlessly. The switch is discovered, but shows up unknown:
I’m unable to do anything with it. After reading a few things on the site I’m assuming this is because it’s not int he db. However, having said that, when I go search for nano switch in the db, it appears in the list:
I also read somewhere that different countries may have different codes? I’m not sure where to go next to get this switch working. I’m relatively adept at programming and would be willing to do the work to add it, but I’ve no clue where to start.
I have also noticed a bug on the parameter settings of the nano dimmer. I am using a momentary push button to control it. However, in order to get it to work, I need to select 2-state switch mode. It looks to me like the drop-down is just assigning the wrong function to the associated code.
It’s easiest to wait for the build - other than compiling the binding yourself.
If you’re on the snapshot versions, then you just use PaperUI or HABmin to uninstall the binding, then reinstall it again.
I don’t know what this refers to?
I guess this is kind of cut and paste error from whoever added the device into the binding. If you want to make fixes to the database it would certainly be appreciated. You need to register on the site and email me so I can update your access.
I will register on the site and see if I can help out wherever possible.
Thanks for your response. in my first message I explained that there was a mismapping of the dimmers switch mode setting. This is on the Aeotec nano dimmer.
“I have also noticed a bug on the parameter settings of the nano dimmer. I am using a momentary push button to control it. However, in order to get it to work, I need to select 2-state switch mode. It looks to me like the drop-down is just assigning the wrong function to the associated code.”
You can start with the z wave nano dimmer. loop at configuration paramaters 120 and 121. The order they appear in the drop down does not map to the ids. I will swap the items for push button switch and bi-state. Since That’s what I saw was incorrect today.
I have reversed my change. I think they must have made the change after the original release on 28th. Although, I’m only guessing. I think if you go ahead and make a release, it should fix both issues. Let me know when it’s ready for testing.