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Now got the ID, it is the ID, shown in the general tab on the master of the device. Strange however is, that in VD's the ID listed as shown below is to be used. Question now is, which is the ID within the Z-wave network. I just wanted to get the latest and greatest features of my devices, so I started to soft reconfigure. I took the one I could easiest live without and/or reconfigure the hard way. Strange: in the device page, it shows me ID 134 in the information window it shows me ID 133. Might be related to 1.140 might also not be related to 1.140. I have so far never noticed this difference. I also did reconfigure with other devices and every time the ID differs by 1 (ID in device page is +1 compared to the ID in the info window) Scenes however still work with these reconfigured devices. any clue? Update: soft reconfigure done with a fibaro relay switch, the difference is 11. Things are getting weird. Also here when I manually trigger scenes, activating/deactivating the device it all works.
I have 3 Fibaro Universal Binary Sensors (FUBS) inside outdoor PIR's. They do their work most of the time but once in a while they "freeze" in breach mode. This is seen as the device panel in HC2 displays a "red man in motion" instead of the steady man. If a scene is based on the FUBS it will run all the time. The only way I have found to resolve the situation is to do a "soft reconfigure device" Problem 1 1a - why does a "freeze" happen? 1b-is there any other way to solve the situation? Problem 2 When I did this some days ago I found some strange things, the device was suddenly excluded from the polling que (stated in the device interface) and there was some new unassigned devices each belonging to the FUBS!! This device is displayed as a remote controller!?!? 2a - why was the device excluded from global polling que? 2b - what the heck is the new sub devices displyed as a remote controller? Running HC2 with 4.13 and the FUBS have updated firm ware.