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Hi, I have a Fibaro Flood sensor (FGFS101 Zwave+). I would like to raise an improvement opportunity. It is currently not possible to send close command to devices from 2nd association group upon flood event. Only turning a device on or dimming level are available. It would have been useful to send also a close command (i.e. sending a close command to a water shut-off valve). In which case, the main controller would not be a critical element in the process of closing the valve. Only the flood sensor and the water shut-off valve are involved with the 2nd association group. Allowing for less element of failure in the closing process of the valve. I have sometimes problems with my main controller. Less system involved, better it is, for flood mitigation. The idea is to extend the current function of the 2nd association group by adding the ability (with configuration parameter) to send a close command. The user has the choice to send close, open or dimming command. Looking forward to your feedback Thanks, Philippe
Hi everyone, I have 4 Fibaro flood sensors and am noticing that 3 of the ones in the same room report temperature to the controller following seemingly different criteria. On the extreme one hasn't updated the temp in the last 13h while another (distance of about 2mts) has sent over 20 updated in the same time period. Could anyone explain to me how they are supposed to work? Thanks, Mat.