Welcome to Smart Home Forum by FIBARO
Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'issues'.
All, randomly I see some of my devices bahving strange. First TZ75 roller shutter occasionally, w/o any pattern would either open or close the blinds without any scene or other user interaction. Then recently my garden gate would open (Nice engine with IBT4ZWAVE module) though not requested through script or any other user action. Worst so far, my irrigation, managed with an FGS2x3 (Fibaro device) would just switch on, not even sending a proper signal back to the HC2, so it seemed switched off although it was actually switched on. Some additonal information - IBT4ZWAVE - I can see the action in the HC2 log, but it's certain that no scene or user request was triggering the action (remotes were at home, we were on vacation, no scene related to gate was active) - TZ75 - Most of the times there is a log entry with multiple values added e.g. open 70% or close 100%. Funny thing is that I don't have a scene requesting to open by only 70% - FGS2x3 - The most scary one as neither in the log file nor in the Yubii application would state that the switch is off, although it's running Happy for any advice. Let me know what else you need to know. Setup: HC2 ver 4.620
Dear users, We would like to inform you that due to the problems with the latest 4.9 update we had to temporarily suspend it. We ask that you do not proceed with the update for now. We will inform you when the update is available again. IMPORTANT: If you have already proceeded with the update and it failed, we ask that you DO NOT remove your Heat Controller from the system. It may affect it affect it responsiveness. The team is already working on a solution and we will do our best to inform you about the progress. To speed up the process please post all your remarks and details regarding update 4.9 in this thread. Should you decide to raise a separate ticket, please reach our technical support via email address [email protected] We would like to apologize for the inconvenience.