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Some of my devices are randomly becoming dead nodes and will not communicate. I have tried reconfiguring the z-wave network for neighbors but no luck. Any suggestions? I am on HC2 running the latest software update (it happened before I updated to the latest update)
I use my HC2 as an alarm system, with 12 door sensors, 5 motion sensors, 2 smoke sensors and 2 flood sensors. Although using Sankotronix scene for detecting empty batteries, I was faced twice in the last month with “dead nodes”, due to empty battery. I would like to run a script (either daily or when I switch on the alarm), that notifies me on any dead nodes. Is there a Fibaro function that I can use for this? The information should be in the system, as the web interface does give the dead node information.
HC2 should in my opinion try to automatically reconnect to dead nodes and if that fails x times in xx minutes (x and xx should be configurable for the user as a global setting) I want to be notified, by push or other (also configurable).
Hi all, My question has been probably posted before but I can't seem to find it. I'm a proud owner of a Fibaro HC2. A few months ago I decided to buy two GreenWave powernodes at controlliving.nl. Due to some technical issues I had to return one of the powernodes. After a few days I received the new node but realised I forgot to remove the previous one. I ended up having seven dead nodes which I can't seem to remove by just simply clicking the delete button. Neither did I succeed in finding the solution in the 'general' or 'advanced' tab of the settings. Meaning that I still get this warning that 'not all devices added to the Z-Wave network are configured correctly' Does anyone know how to get rid of these dead nodes? Thanks loads in advance!