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    Z-Wave Lamp Modules

    I have a couple modules that are acting quite strange.. when issued an "ON" command they come on briefly and then turn back off. It is happening on two of about 25 modules. Log still shows them as being on.

    Is anyone else seeing this? Is there a fix?

    Thanks

    #2
    Make and model and version of HS would help. I have one GE wall dimmer, on HS3, that's basically doing the same thing. If controlled by HS it comes on and dims right back to off. If controlled locally it works just fine.

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      #3
      Using the latest HS4 update for Windows..

      The modules are Evolve Model LDM-15S Lamp Modules. Outlets on each end. One is always hot and the other is controlled by z-wave.

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        #4
        Well that helps, I have the same one controlling one of my floor lights. So far, it's been rock steady. Have you tried re-associating it?

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          #5
          Had a similar situation and found an event that 'broke' with the removal of the event condition 'has been on for at least' in HS4.
          The other part of the suspect event had a condition that the device was set to on. We'd walk into the bedroom and if you turned the light switch on the lights would disco dance on and off. Took me a bit to find the issue.
          Just a thought.
          Dan-O
          HomeSeer contributor since summer 1999, yes 1999!

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            #6
            Originally posted by Dan-O View Post
            We'd walk into the bedroom and if you turned the light switch on the lights would disco dance on and off. Took me a bit to find the issue.
            I'd call that a feature... but that's just me

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              #7
              Originally posted by TC1 View Post

              I'd call that a feature... but that's just me
              My wife disco'd the first time it was doing that but the next time it happened the WAF went down a few points.
              Dan-O
              HomeSeer contributor since summer 1999, yes 1999!

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                #8
                If that is a dimmable unit look to see if it is set too low? Although normal should be that it won't come on at all, at I recall, some z-wave units would come on at 100% and dim down.
                Karl S
                HS4Pro on Windows 10
                242 Devices
                56 Z-Wave Nodes
                37 Events
                HSTouch Clients: 3 Android, 1 iOS
                Google Home: 3 Mini units 1 display

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