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  • waynehead99
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    I haven't found a way to control the led in the panel or the status in HS. It turns on and stays on. Only thing that is sent from the controller is an on command that I could see.

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  • ramshaklez
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    Is there any way to get this controller to have a status of "off"? more specifically, I don't care what the status actually is within homeseer but I want the led to turn off.

    I am using two buttons to control volume (one triggers a vol up event and the other a vol down event). When I press vol up I'm OK if that LED lights up for a moment but I would like to somehow send a signal (through another 3rd event?) to the controller to turn that scene off which would then turn off the led.

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  • bebaldin
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    Sorry,

    Try this link and see if you can see the image. I couldn't get it to post here for some reason:

    http://postimg.org/image/dvpilw1hd/

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  • stefam
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    Thanks to DMT and Hockeypuck, I was able to get my new controller working!

    bebaldin, you're image link seems broken - what did you do that was different in your logic?

    Thanks to all!

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  • bebaldin
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    Originally posted by hockeypuck View Post
    Is this good event logic to toggle on and off?
    This is what I did to get mine to toggle. Using your logic with a small modification and the setup from above the buttons work flawlessly now.



    Thanks to all of you for helping to fix this!

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  • DMT
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    Originally posted by hockeypuck View Post
    This controller has to be reset. I have to go back in and redo the events. The events are still there but, need to go back in and tell the individual button to run a homeseer event.

    All other nodes work fine. Anyone experience this after the power goes out?
    Sounds like the individual scene buttons are still not associated with HomeSeer. When they are, and you press each button on the ZWN-SC7, it should show Scene On the device list page in HomeSeer. Note the "Scene On" icon always stays on and never goes off but this is how I was able to tell initiially that the buttons were properly associated/controlled by HomeSeer. I have no problem when power is interrupted and reapplied, in fact I use my ZWN-SC7 as a portable tabletop controller plugged into a wall outlet.
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  • hockeypuck
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    When the power goes out

    This controller has to be reset. I have to go back in and redo the events. The events are still there but, need to go back in and tell the individual button to run a homeseer event.

    All other nodes work fine. Anyone experience this after the power goes out?

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  • mikedr
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    Originally posted by DMT View Post
    No phantom button presses on the Enerwave, it's surprisingly robust given the cost. Once I figured out how to get it working in HomeSeer it has been flawless. That said, there is no control over the led's. The blue led on each button simply indicates a button press and the last one pressed remains lit. I am currently using the Enerwave as a tapletop controller (mounted upside down in a Smarthome KeypadLinc enclosure modded with a 3-wire cable).

    I just ordered an Insteon 8-button keypad dimmer. Depending on the results with the Insteon keypad I may order a Cooper 5-scene to compare.

    Regards
    This is a bit of a bummer. So, there's no way to have two LEDs lit, and/or to control the LEDs?

    The way I'm using the Cooper switch is for devices/groups of devices. So, button one controls one outdoor fountain, button two controls another, button three controls pergola lighting, button four controls two irrigation valves, and button five outdoor coach lights. Obviously, these are independent of one another -- I.e., both fountains' LEDs can be on at the same time.

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  • hockeypuck
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    event logic

    Is this good event logic to toggle on and off?
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  • hockeypuck
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    great info on events

    Originally posted by DMT View Post
    I struggled to get mine to work as well. What I had to do was go to the Z-Wave tab of each child device (scene controller button) and "Add a Device to control" "HomeSeer". Make sure to press the "Save Scene Changes" button afterwards. Mine has worked flawlessly since. I should point out that I use it exclusively to fire HomeSeer events including toggling on and off with a single button (through 2 events).
    Thanks for that. I was close.. there is a blurb about using events in another thread somewhere. I will try this tonight.

    I have put insteon devices in another home. This was some of their earlier generations (circa 2006) but they worked well. Probably should have stuck with those. How quick is the transfer of events from Inteon to HomeSeer to Zwave devices?

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  • DMT
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    No phantom button presses on the Enerwave, it's surprisingly robust given the cost. Once I figured out how to get it working in HomeSeer it has been flawless. That said, there is no control over the led's. The blue led on each button simply indicates a button press and the last one pressed remains lit. I am currently using the Enerwave as a tapletop controller (mounted upside down in a Smarthome KeypadLinc enclosure modded with a 3-wire cable).

    I just ordered an Insteon 8-button keypad dimmer. Depending on the results with the Insteon keypad I may order a Cooper 5-scene to compare.

    Regards

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  • mikedr
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    How does the Enerwave compare to the Cooper in terms of phantom button presses? One thing that annoys me about the Cooper is that if you click on two buttons in succession too quickly, the second button press will often invoke the wrong button press (i.e., you press button two, and it tells HS that button one is pressed). Another annoyance is that every so often, when I tell the Cooper to light indicator three, say, it lights indicator five, say, as well.

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  • waynehead99
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    Thanks for sharing above, I don't have mine in the system anymore so didn't have this info. I had mine setup the same way, and I have found with HS, the best way to deal with controllers is to use them to trigger events.

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  • DMT
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    I struggled to get mine to work as well. What I had to do was go to the Z-Wave tab of each child device (scene controller button) and "Add a Device to control" "HomeSeer". Make sure to press the "Save Scene Changes" button afterwards. Mine has worked flawlessly since. I should point out that I use it exclusively to fire HomeSeer events including toggling on and off with a single button (through 2 events).
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  • hockeypuck
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    It did link

    I did get it to link, but had trouble getting the individual buttons (nodes) to work properly. Zee s2 brought in 7 nodes and messed with button 7 (large button). I actually did link the large button to a Ge Jasco 12722, but could not get it to toggle the switch off. I made a scene to turn on that switch. Odd thing was HS was telling me that I added a device that was not scene compatible? The 12722 is scene compatible. Anyone know what the issue is?

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