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Everspring AD142-2 - cannot include in HC2


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Hello,

I started my Z-wave installation using a Raspberry pi with a Razberry module. I included the Everspring AD142-2 in that controller (Which is not used anymore). Now I want to include the AD-142 dimmer in my HC2 but it does'nt find it. I use HC2 ver 3.570.

Do I need to reset the Everspring Dimmer? How do I do that. Cannot find anything on that in the manual.

Do I need to exclude it from the old controller. I would prefer not to have to do that as I am not sure it boots anymore.

Any other suggestions on how to include the dimmer in HC2?

Thank you in advance!

Best regards

Håkan

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You need to reset the AD142 first.

Go to HC2's 'Devices' panel, go to the Add/Delete section and then in click the Delete button.

Then click the Include/Exclude button on the AD142.

By deleting it in HC2 you are resetting the AD142.

Now you can add it as normal and you should have no more problems.

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    Håkan

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