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Fibaro Wall Plug suddenly pulsing cyan


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Hello Community,

 

I'm new to these forums but I think my question is best placed here :)

 

I'm currently using some Fibaro Wall Plugs (Gen5) and Razberry to control my christmas lights at home (first-time experience with z-wave). Today, when I came home after sunset (which triggers all lights to power on), I realized that one wall plug didn't turn on. I tried to turn it on via the Razberry web interface, but nothing happend. So I checked the wall plug and saw that it was blinking cyan (or pale blue). According to the manual, "Ongoing software update is signalled with cyan blinking". I was wondering what could have triggered a software update and how long it is in this state. I waited a few minutes, but nothing changed, so I removed the wall plug from the outlet and plugged it back in and now everything is normal again.

 

So, I'm still wondering what happened. According to the Razberry, the "Aplication Version" is still 3.2, SDK Version 6.51.06 (even after a forced interview). As far as I can see, nothing has changed, alle other Fibaro wall plugs show the same version information.

 

Anyone else experienced this behaviour?

 

Kind regards,

- Thorsten

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Could be a mesh network that is too weak. How many z-wave current powered devices do you have? You do need some z-wave devices to have a strong network.

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