Thanks. I’ve done it this way. I guess switch association only works one way between devices? Like I can only have switch A controlling switch B. I can’t have switch B also controlling switch A at the same time?
Gotcha, I believe you can set it up the opposite way as well if I read this part of the thread right -
I’m not as familiar with Home Assistant but I know Hubitat also has something called groups you could work with…maybe there’s a similar feature you can use as well? Then both switches work off the group vs associations? I’ll try and take a look at that in a bit and will update if I find anything.
They dim at different speeds when dimmed from one of the two physical switches. For example, I turn them both on via one switch (this now works great thanks!), and then I start to dim them from that switch, the further away switch dims at a faster rate so that light ends up being dimmer.
Not really a big issue at all, because we set the default local dim on all switches based on sunset/time of day. More of just a nice to have.
I’ll try and get some time tomorrow to take a look at those parameters more and see if I can come up with anything else to try. Don’t have an lzw31 myself to compare and I haven’t actually used associations I’m pretty certain there’s a way to take care of that though.
I think from reading on it some more, and catching up on that thread that what you’re referencing was actually fixed in a later firmware release and you should have Parameters 1/2 and 3/4 in sync. I’d try doing either -
Param1 = 1
Param2 = 1
Param3 = 3
Param4 = 3
Param1 = 3
Param2 = 3
Param3 = 1
Param4 = 1
And confirm which of the two matches up with your expected behavior.
That is from an old post which I reported a bug in the previous behavior. Like @chack mentioned, it has been fixed since then. If you run the updated Inovelli driver/device handler (2020-08-12 or newer) then the behavior matches these descriptions: