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    RGBGenie Remotes

    Not sure where this goes. I have some ZB-5001 remotes that are ZLL and ZHA compatible. They also say they work with the Hue bridge. Not seeing that. Don't want to use touch link.

    Anyone know if these will work or if there is a way to incorporate them into the zigbee protocol? thanks

    This is what you get when you bring it in to Zigbee on HS4.

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    #2
    This was one of the first devices I worked with the Zigbee2MQTT folks to get integrated with Zigbee2MQTT. It would report the button actions received and then reported via MQTT. I am not clear on what your comment is in the General Discussion area. Are you trying to get it integrated with a specific Zigbee-supported plugin?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Michael McSharry View Post
      This was one of the first devices I worked with the Zigbee2MQTT folks to get integrated with Zigbee2MQTT. It would report the button actions received and then reported via MQTT. I am not clear on what your comment is in the General Discussion area. Are you trying to get it integrated with a specific Zigbee-supported plugin?
      I would just like to get them to work with the HS4 Zigbee PI. The built-in hs4 zigbee PI does recognize them as a ZB-5001 so there is some sort of driver there. I am not familiar with the zigbee2MQTT or MQTT so not sure how to use those. thanks

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        #4
        rjh Any chance this can be looked at and the driver fixed? The zigbee PI recognizes these remotes as a rgbgenie ZB-5001, which is correct, but all the child devices are batteries. Thanks

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          #5
          Originally posted by cowinger View Post
          rjh Any chance this can be looked at and the driver fixed? The zigbee PI recognizes these remotes as a rgbgenie ZB-5001, which is correct, but all the child devices are batteries. Thanks
          rjh Checking to see if there is any chance on a future update to the drivers for these remotes?

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            #6
            I am asking my Zigbee dev to have a look.

            Originally posted by cowinger View Post

            rjh Checking to see if there is any chance on a future update to the drivers for these remotes?
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              #7
              From the "Manage Devices" page could copy/paste here what you get for this device?

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                #8
                Originally posted by rjh View Post
                I am asking my Zigbee dev to have a look.
                Thank you very much. They are great remotes.

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                  #9
                  Thank you very much. They are great remotes.
                  I have never found a use case for mine. What is it that you are doing with yours?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by spud View Post
                    From the "Manage Devices" page could copy/paste here what you get for this device?
                    I hope this is what you want. I copied from the zigbee tab.

                    Network Address
                    1778

                    IEEE Address
                    588E81FFFE1CE9BD

                    Manufacturer
                    RGBgenie

                    Model ID
                    RGBgenie ZB-5001

                    Node Type
                    END_DEVICE

                    Node State
                    ONLINE

                    Endpoint 1
                    Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                    Endpoint 2
                    Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                    Endpoint 3
                    Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                    Endpoint 4
                    Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                    Endpoint 5
                    Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)


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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Michael McSharry View Post

                      I have never found a use case for mine. What is it that you are doing with yours?
                      I am going to use them to control 5 devices on a single tap and/or 10 on a double tap. They had single tap and double tap capability in another home automation hub.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by cowinger View Post

                        I hope this is what you want. I copied from the zigbee tab.

                        Network Address
                        1778

                        IEEE Address
                        588E81FFFE1CE9BD

                        Manufacturer
                        RGBgenie

                        Model ID
                        RGBgenie ZB-5001

                        Node Type
                        END_DEVICE

                        Node State
                        ONLINE

                        Endpoint 1
                        Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                        Endpoint 2
                        Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                        Endpoint 3
                        Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                        Endpoint 4
                        Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                        Endpoint 5
                        Power Configuration Polling Interval (in seconds)

                        No what I would like to see is what you get when you go to Plugins > Zigbee > Manage Devices, and click on your device. You should see the list of supported Input/Ouput clusters for each endpoint.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by spud View Post

                          No what I would like to see is what you get when you go to Plugins > Zigbee > Manage Devices, and click on your device. You should see the list of supported Input/Ouput clusters for each endpoint.
                          Sorry about that, I didn't think that is what you wanted but here is from the manage devices.

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                            #14
                            rjh spud Any luck on these remotes being added? thanks

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