I have an HS-WD200+, HS-WS200+ and 5 HS-WD100+ installed.
They all work flawlessly, paired easily, and I have double/triple taps set up as well as RGB LED control.
My big problem is when I toggle them on/off in the UI, the toggle quickly moves back to the previous setting, then a few (3 or 4) seconds later moves to what it should be. Sometimes it doesn’t move back at all and stays in the incorrect position.
I’ve read all the posts on here about these switches and tried the suggestions but none of them work. Hasn’t someone figured this out? I’ve been dealing with this for half a year and just bought 5 more. Something to do with the refresh rate or instant update feature?
Doing some more testing I’m finding the behavior is completely inconsistent. Sometimes it works correctly and never flip flops, other times it flip flops and then a few seconds later changes to the correct state.
Then other times it flip flops and never goes back (at least within 5 minutes of waiting). It doesn’t matter if I’m turning them On or Off, it happens both directions.
Setting brightness in the UI is also very screwy but I’m less concerned about that.
Clearly there is some inconsistency with home assistant/open z-wave and homeseer’s z-wave protocol because all of my homeseer switches do the same thing.
My double/triple tap and RGB LEDs have worked flawlessly for months, it’s just this last aggravating bug to figure out.
BTW, I added them all as “Add Secure Node”. Would that make a difference?
I’ve tried setting parameter 10 to 10 dozens of times across two installs, and every time I do, parameter 10 sets itself to 220 after a few seconds. The lowest I can go without the value changing to something entirely different is 30. Any clues?
Yeah I still have this problem. It has absolutely nothing to do with setting any parameters on the device, I think it’s a bug in the open z-wave library that HA uses.
The parameters just control how quickly the lights dim and have nothing to do with the z-wave protocol.
I’m still very confused why no one has figured it out and fixed it yet.
Am having similar issues. I contacted homeseer support but they couldn’t be bothered to help.
Super interested in any ideas / workarounds. It would be pretty expensive and very time consuming to replace all the switches
From what I remember, looking into this over a year ago originally, it comes down to Home Assistant updating the version of “openzwave” they are using. I’ve just been patiently waiting for an updated to magically fix the issue. More information here, it sounds like they are still not ready to update: