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I have one Smart Implant and one UBS powered by the same 12V/800mA supply. They are configured with 4 analog inputs, which also share the same GND:
- SmartImplant: both IN1 and IN2 as NormalClosed (one is a rainsensor, one is a magnetic sensor on the external gate)
- UBS: both IN1 and IN2 as NormalOpen (one is the output of a Foscam Webcam, one is a water flow sensor)
As for ZWave routing: UBS has 3 hops before reaching HC2 while SI has 4 hops
Problem: randomly both sensors do not report a state change (i.e. a breach) and remain in the wrong state until the next state change (i.e. I open gate, it's not shown, I close and open again and this time the sensor is breached)
All other sensors in the house work ok, including another UBS that is close-by... I also went to Devices->Show All and checked that all devices that show up there are actually in use, so no "ghosts" lying around... and I also did "Soft Reconfigure" on both of them a few times.
Any idea of what else I could do to improve things?
PS Fibaro Forum says I am a newbie because my login was reset but I am actually using HC2 since October 2012 and I have 62 devices connected on my main HC2, running 4.580 (did the upgrade last week from 4.560 but the above didn't change)Edited by RiccardoCanetta
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