My understanding is that any wave can have only 1 primary controller. At the moment it looks like the ucm reads the network but dosnt join it. Once my z wave devices arrive I can rule out it being an issue of not having any active z wave nodes just in case smart things turns off the network when no nodes are present. Otherwise I will wait till I can get my hands on a ucm pi.
Last edited on Wednesday Apr 17th, 2019 03:47 pm by waynebr
I managed to get this to work, I had to put smarthings into inclusion mode by choosing a fibaro device and then scanning for this. It then detected virtual devices.
Next question what is the best way of getting it to turn the lights on/ off or dimming? I can write a response for the counter and set the counter but is there a way of sending the counter information through to CBUS without writing a load of if statements in the counter response?
You can link a cbus address to zwave by making the same counter or flagFor example if the cbus address is mapped to flag and a zwave address is mapped to the same flag then when the zwave address cinnabar state the flag will cause the cbus address to change accordinglyCounters can be make to both systems for dimmingSo there is no need to use responses at all
Thanks for the reply,
I think I tried that initially and have just retried it but linking to the counter only updates the counter value and has no affect on the light (It doesn't appear to send the information to C-Bus) Maybe I am missing something?
I have attached an example of what I have done.