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    #16
    Originally posted by bakers12 View Post

    I stumbled across this thread and saw this post. It got me wondering how I could read my device parameters. Could you help me out here?

    I'm running HS4 on a HomeTroller Pi.
    Sure.

    Pick the device you want on the Devices page. Goto the Z-wave tab. Expand Settings under the Functions area on the page.

    Goto the following area below, select the parameter number you want. IMPORTANT: The Value box MUST BE BLANK. Then press Set. It will then populate the Value box with what your device has stored for that parameter.

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      #17
      Thanks, TC1! I tried this on a few devices and it worked pretty well. I couldn't get parameter values from battery-operated devices but that makes sense since they need to be woken.

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        #18
        Originally posted by bakers12 View Post
        Thanks, TC1! I tried this on a few devices and it worked pretty well. I couldn't get parameter values from battery-operated devices but that makes sense since they need to be woken.
        Yep on the battery devices. What helps is if you have a laptop with the web interface up and can go to where the device is, wake it, then grab the parameters.

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          #19
          I will probably try using a smart phone with a web browser. I need a step stool for some of these. For one I'll need a ladder, but that one is brand new and defaults to a 4-hour wake-up time. I'll use brute force and set its few parameters without inquiry first.

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