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amdokamal

What is the difference of Flood Sensor v3.2 from v3.3?

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Hello. I have two types of devices at home:

- Fibaro Flood Sensor v3.2 (everything works find);

- Fibaro Flood Sensor v3.3 (problematic);

 

Instead of recognizing this device as "Flood sensor", my controller Vera Secure recognizes it as "Generic Z-Wave Device" (with limited functionality).

 

 

Questions:

  1. What's difference between Fibaro Flood sensor v3.2 and v3.3?
  2. Why couldn't the controller recognize the device correctly? (already reported to Vera Company, but most likely the issue is on Fibraro side)
  3. Can I downgrade this device from v3.3 to v3.2 somehow?

 

If I don't find solution within 1-2 week, I am going to return the product to the shop back, and try to find v3.2 in the market.

 

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  • There is workaround how to force Vera controller to recognize the Generic Z-Wave Device as a Flood sensor:

    https://community.getvera.com/t/how-to-make-vera-recognize-fibaro-flood-sensor-v3-3-as-a-flood-sensor-and-not-as-generic-z-wave-device/207923

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