- Platform information:
- Hardware: Raspberry Pi 3
- openHAB version: 2.4.0
- latest z-wave binding (installed app. 4 month ago)
- configuration->system->inbox->auto ignore->enabled
My issue is that I was going to add another smoke detector (Fibaro FGSD-002) to the z-wave network. I already have 7 integrated (among other devices). When starting to integrate the new sensor two z-wave items showed up. Both of them being FGDS002 smoke detectors. I deleted both from the inbox and took out the battery from the new sensor. I did search for things with the z-wave binding again. Again I saw two new smoke detectors (the new one still being still without battery). I did not add them. I then checked the status of the things in paper ui. All smoke detectors were online. Also the network graph (also including: sirene, thermostats,…) shows no lost thing (see picture above). Next action was to check the status FGDS002 wrt. controller communication at the device. According to that result, two smoke detectors were not showing glowing green LED. Glowing green LED indicates direct communication to z-wave controller (see manual). All other do show glowing green LED. These two detectors only showing all colors in sequence. If no connection is established it should glow red (see manual). Now I added one of the FGDS002 from the inbox (new FGDS002 still without battery). Assuming that I can establish a connection to one of the two detectors indicating wired LED signal. Although the newly integrated detector is reported online (still online after two days), both detectors do not indicate communication with z-wave controller. Both still show blinking LED with all colors in sequence if initiating the range test at the device (magenta menu).
What is going wrong with the online status and detectors being or not being connected to the z-wave controller? How can I find out which two detectors really causing the additional things in the inbox?