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Has anyone bought a Fibaro device on amazon that they then have had trouble setting up? There is a discussion going on OpenHAB forum where someone has bought a device from Amazon as a Fibaro switch 2 but it has a different manufacturer ID and supports different classes. I have posted a question to Fibaro under modules to check but be careful out there. Some of these things are lethal. They may just damage your property but they could kill you, your family and friends and put other people at risk. https://community.openhab.org/t/fibaro-fibefgs-213-single-switch-2/79057 https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jun/06/dangerous-fake-electrical-goods-sold-amazon-ebay-investigation possibly the link the purchaser used https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01KHWI0HK
UBS FGBS-001-S as a car detector
Thomasn posted a question in Universal Binary SensorHi An idea: Can I place a sensor FGBS-001-S in my car with permanent power and then get a message when the car is leaving or arriving? I think it will disappear from the HC2 when the car is leaving - at least when the sensor FGBS-001-S is out of range - and vice versa when it arrives again. Has anybody tested it? Can it work?
T.Konopka posted a topic in First steps on the ForumThe Forum uses a system of warning points. You can find the list of warning points below. Reason - what you should not do. Points - how many warning points you get. Days - how long the points stays on your profile. Reason Points Days Quoting posts in whole 1 14 Adding images or videos without spoiler feature 1 14 Uploading an offensive profile picture 1 30 Using inappropriate language 1 30 Posting an incomprehensible posts with many mistakes 1 30 Using an inappropriate or misleading title of the topic 1 30 Creating a duplicate topic 1 30 Creating a topic in a wrong forum 1 30 Bumping topics 1 30 Reporting topics without any explanation 1 30 SPAM 2 30 Posting erotic or disturbing content 2 30 Advertising without permission 2 30 Offending other users 2 30 Sales offer outside dedicated forum 3 30 Offending staff 5 30 Sharing links to inappropriate websites 5 Permanent Number of point Time of ban 3 12 hours 4 2 days 5 5 days 6 7 days 7 14 days 10 a month 20 Indefinitely
WARNING! Deleted devices after backing up HC2
Sankotronic posted a question in Home Center 2I finally stumbled with my HC2 and I'm very unhappy at the moment. Now I can finally understand most of the users here on forum why they cry, curse and show discontent. So here is my short story: HC2 with FW 4.080 with installed 255 devices, 49 scenes in 24 rooms. I happily added my first Fibaro swipe and after that decided to make backup just in case. Backup is made but after that I noticed that HC started deleting devices. I wrote down devices ID that appeared in that small event log dialog on the top of the page and when finished compared with my list. At first it looked ok because all deleted devices ID actually was not on the list. But after refreshing 'Your House' page I noticed that some devices are missing. I compared with my list that I made in excel and found out that is missing 55 devices of which most are smart plugs, two of six roller shutters, some of the motion sensors, some of the door/window sensors, all three flood sensors, all three fire sensors, two relay modules. There is no logic in this unfortunate event, at least none that I can see, because deleted sensors and modules are equally near or far from the control center, also many are not battery operated but connected to the power like roller shutters, relays, smart plugs! Before making backup I noticed that my battery operated Vision siren is showing dead and could not wake it up, but I thought that this is because of weak batteries. Is it possible that one dead device can make such damage and delete so many other devices? Some kind of explanation would be nice to know, but nevertheless, this kind of unfortunate event should not happen anyway. Now even if I somehow reconnect deleted devices I will always be afraid to make another backup. And when we loose confidence we all know that there is never happy ending. If there is anyone out there that had same experience and manage to solve it I will be more than thankful if he/she share his/her knowledge here. I don't expect any help or answer from Fibaro because toy makers do not have or need to give support