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Zen34 with Isy


JEllin

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Hello All,   I just picked up a Zooz Zen34 Scene controller.  I was able to get it included in the network with the ISY,  What I am wondering is what can I do with it now?  I was expecting it to have an On/Off condition that I could query in a program.  But it only seems to have Responding=True/False.

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7 minutes ago, JEllin said:

Hello All,   I just picked up a Zooz Zen34 Scene controller.  I was able to get it included in the network with the ISY,  What I am wondering is what can I do with it now?  I was expecting it to have an On/Off condition that I could query in a program.  But it only seems to have Responding=True/False.

I don't have this battery switch, but I wonder whether in this case True / False is not the same as On/Off. This being said, as it is a Scene capable (*) switch, it should have given you several nodes when adding to the ISY, including Scene nodes.

(*) I still have not figured out how to  (properly) use Zwave scenes.

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13 minutes ago, asbril said:

I don't have this battery switch, but I wonder whether in this case True / False is not the same as On/Off. This being said, as it is a Scene capable (*) switch, it should have given you several nodes when adding to the ISY, including Scene nodes.

(*) I still have not figured out how to  (properly) use Zwave scenes.

I use Zooz switches but this battery switch. My only suggestion is to exclude it from ISY and include again. make sure to wait until  inclusion is finished as it can take a minute to add all nodes.

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Well, I removed the device from ISY and re-added it,  This time I ended up with 4 nodes.

 

ZW006 WALL CONTROLLER
ZW006 SCENE BUTTON 1
ZW006 SCENE BUTTON 2
ZW006 SCENE CONTROL 2
ZW 006 Multilevel Switch 3

Interestingly the ZW006 SCENE CONTROL 2 has a status that appears have values of either 0 or 256. Which I can respond to in a program,   I have no idea what the other 4 or four,  or how to activate the double tap scenes that the controller supports. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, JEllin said:

Well, I removed the device from ISY and re-added it,  This time I ended up with 4 nodes.

 

ZW006 WALL CONTROLLER
ZW006 SCENE BUTTON 1
ZW006 SCENE BUTTON 2
ZW006 SCENE CONTROL 2
ZW 006 Multilevel Switch 3

Interestingly the ZW006 SCENE CONTROL 2 has a status that appears have values of either 0 or 256. Which I can respond to in a program,   I have no idea what the other 4 or four,  or how to activate the double tap scenes that the controller supports. 

 

 

You would need to create a Scene.  If I remember well Button 1 is 2 clicks and Button 2 is 3 clicks, though I may be wrong. Anyway, I have not been successful with Zwave scenes, and I am all Zwave (some 80 devices).

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18 hours ago, JEllin said:

I have no idea what the other 4 are for

I see them as well. My Z-Wave repeater has three additional associated devices which is obviously is wrong.

Others have suggested creating a Misc Folder and move the miscreants to it.  Out of sight out of mind.

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