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Can't get devices Associated with Z-Net

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  • Can't get devices Associated with Z-Net

    I have two devices that give me warning that look like:

    Z-Wave Warning: Z-Wave Node 16 Linear Switch Multilevel Node 16 does not appear to be associated with the interface Z-Net.

    This particular item is a Linear Dimmer. It worked fine with a Z-Stick, and functionally it works (though the other device sometimes has issues).

    I have removed and added the two devices several times. I now have the Z-Net wireless on a battery, so it has been close by - a foot or two. Why would I not be able to get rid of these warnings?

    Anything else I should try?

    David

  • #2
    I added a new switch at a different site this afternoon. It is a Linear dimmer, same as I have at home. I get the same warning from that setup. This appears to be a Z-Net issue.

    David

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    • #3
      It's easy enough to manually associate HS3 to the switch. The nice thing about association in this respect is that HS3 will know when the switch is used.

      Under the Z-Wave tab, go to association, and add your Z-NET interface.

      If the association area is grated out, that means the device doesn't support associations.

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      • #4
        Is this what it's telling me?? All along I've been thinking it was a problem with adding the device to the network, that it wasn't added properly.

        Well, neither device supports associations, so I can't add it manually. I still think this has something to do with the way Z-Net is adding the device. I didn't get these warnings with the Z-Stick.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by david.delano View Post
          Is this what it's telling me?? All along I've been thinking it was a problem with adding the device to the network, that it wasn't added properly.

          Well, neither device supports associations, so I can't add it manually. I still think this has something to do with the way Z-Net is adding the device. I didn't get these warnings with the Z-Stick.
          Yeah, definitely a bug in the Z-Net code. There are no associations, so of course it can't add them!

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          • #6
            I ask Rich about this and he said it was an erroneous message and can be ignored. He's already removed it from the next beta.
            -Rupp
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            • #7
              Thanks!!!

              Is this the beta for HS3 or Z-Net?

              I wouldn't have even noticed this if I hadn't had trouble with one of the device communicating one day. I thought the message was giving me an indication why it was having issues. Several rescans did finally make it work again, but the messages would seem to indicate that a remove/add was in order.

              David

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