How do I disable the relay sound for the Blue switch with SmartThings? I know it’s parameter 261, but my switch settings in the Edge Device Handler stop at 260 - Firmware Update Indicator.
Is there a way to program it via the config button? This useless sound is extremely annoying, especially with Zigbee binding on a 5-way switch setup - toggle 1 switch, and all 4 of them click and clatter at me on a slight delay.
The label may be a bit misleading. As I understand it, It changes the latching technique from using the mechanical relay to using electronic logic to output 100%. The byproduct is that you no longer hear the relay click as it’s not being used. Essentially a dimmer at 100%, so if whatever you’re switching shouldn’t be behind a dimmer, you probably shouldn’t invoke this.
To my thinking, it’s the same as the “on/off” setting of the SmartBulbMode in the Red dimmer.
From the manual:
You may disable this sound by creating a, “simulated” on/off where the switch only will turn onto 100 or off to 0.
Oh. I really did not expect that answer. I figured that a switch that is billing itself as a 2 in 1 would use the relay for load control. So, that I’m 100% clear, 2 in 1 is purely a software function then?
It was planned to be that and hence the marketing make it out that there was a relay that could switch the load directly. But testing has proven that the MOSFET dimmer section is always in the circuit. The relay is switching the dimmer between the line and traveler terminal which is needed for use with a dumb 3-way switch. So, when the traveler is not in use the relay can be switched and not affect the operation.
@EricM_Inovelli maybe user error but I’m not seeing any of the parameters for the individually addressable LEDs in the ST blue edge driver either. Operator error on my end or do those need to be added?