Has anyone noticed that when lights are turned on or off that the state change is not reflected correctly in HA? When I turn off lights via the UI, the light actually turns off, but the state in HA bounces off and back on. Usually it just sticks at on after the first attempt and I have to just click to turn it off again (I’m assuming another Zigbee command is sent out) to make the state show properly. Sometimes I have to click it a few times in order to get it to properly show that the light is off.
If turning the light on, it usually correctly shows that the state is on, but it often gets the brightness state wrong - sometimes bouncing around before finding it, sometimes just never showing it correctly.
Alternatively, I have remotes paired with LL that control light groups directly, and when using those to turn the lights on or off or dim, the state doesn’t reflect in HA.
This seems to be more on the state of light groups, but I see it on individual lights as well.
I’m switching from Deconz to ZHA on Conbee II - Deconz was always accurate. Having the state bouncing around is tripping up some of my automations where I’m triggering on light state.