I have the same exact question. I have multiple Zen32 in my house and want the LEDs to be light up the same way. From what I can see there are two ways to use the Zen32 - Association Groups or triggering rules from the scene_number. I am using the scene_number.
Example flow would be press Button One on the Zen32. Zen32 sends scene_number “1.0” to OpenHAB. I have a rule triggering on scene_number to configure the house how I’d like. Ideally in the rule it would set the lights on all Zen32 to show what scene is selected. To do this the LEDs would need to be an Item (On / Off or something). Issue is the Zen32 LEDs can only be configured in the Thing Configuration Parameters and not as a Item.
To make this work the question is can the 5 “LED Indicator mode for Button X” parameter be turned into a item? Even if it is a number that you send in 2 for off and 3 for on? Looking at the DB it doesn’t seem to be straight forward update (but I’ve only added one or two things).
Not sure @waspie if this is the same use case you have.
Below is a portion of the Text File attached describing one of the indicators.
### Parameter 3: LED Indicator mode for Button 2
LED Indicator mode for Button 2
Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when Button 2 is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
The following option values may be configured -:
| Value | Description |
| 0 | LED on when dimmer off, LED off when dimmer on (default) |
| 1 | LED on when dimmer on, LED off when dimmer off |
| 2 | LED always off |
| 3 | LED always on |