I have 4 rooms with Big Ass Fans Haiku L fans, and the Blue Series 2-1 Fan Switches. I’ll say the ONLY place I’ve found on how to set the switches into “Smart Fan Mode” is the manual configuration GIFs on the instructions page; It doesn’t appear to be written down anywhere. (actually found it while searching google when writing this article, but can only put 2 links because I’m a new user, and the graphics below are more useful to this post) And all of the links to how to set it up only point to Samsung and Hubitat multi-scene configuration.
So to the problem. In 2 of my bedrooms, when I have both functions of the fans on (light and fan), it appears to pull “too much” power and the fan reboots. In the other 2 bedrooms it’s fine.
Now, to add to that, in Home Assistant for the 2 rooms where this problem exists, there’s a setting for “Switch Type” of “Single Pole”, “3-Way Aux”, “3-Way Dumb”, and “Single Pole Full Sine”. I saw a reddit post that suggested we should use Single Pole Full Sine, but when I select that, I get a message in HASS that says “Failed to call service select/select_option. Failed to write attribute switch_type=<InovelliSwitchType.Single_Pole_Full_Sine: 3>: <Status.INVALID_VALUE: 135>”.
Office Switch (Has the problem)
Jason’s Switch (Works fine)