LZW36 Fan/Light Switch Button Mapping?

I can’t find the Button Mapping for this new device. I would assume it is something similar to the Red Series Dimmer but there are two controls switches on this new Fan/Light switch for both the Fan and Light so do both switch child devices have the full range of button mapping like the LZW31 Dimmer?

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Check out:
Inovelli Toolbox
From there, the mappings are

Button Press Scene ID Scene Data
1 x Light 2 7680
2 x Light 2 7860
3 x Light 2 7920
4 x Light 2 7980
5 x Light 2 8040
Light Hold 2 7800
Light Release 2 7740
1 x Fan 1 7680
2 x Fan 1 7860
3 x Fan 1 7920
4 x Fan 1 7980
5 x Fan 1 8040
Fan Hold 1 7800
Fan Release 1 7740
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I assumed incorrectly they were mapping the increase-decrease switches for both the light and fan thinking that was the logic they used in the LZW31 Dimmer switch.

The documentation says in the section about “Getting to Know Your Switches” that those dimmer switches could be used in a scene control with a single press? I wonder what button map is?

Thanks @bjcowles for the post and @nathanfiscus for putting together the excellent resource. Inovelli @Eric_Inovelli ought to reference that in their online documentation of all their switches.

I have smart bulbs in some of my fans so I also need this mapping to setup my automations.

LZW36 Fan\Light Combo Dimmer Button Mapping
for using in Rule Machine automations

Action Button # Event
Tap LIGHT 1x 1 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 2x 2 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 3x 3 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 4x 4 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 5x 5 Pushed
Hold LIGHT 3 Seconds 8 Pushed
Release LIGHT after hold 6 Pushed
Tap FAN 1x 1 Held
Tap FAN 2x 2 Held
Tap FAN 3x 3 Held
Tap FAN 4x 4 Held
Tap FAN 5x 5 Held
Hold FAN 3 Seconds 8 Held
Release FAN after hold 6 Held

Good grief this was so easy to figure out on your own. All I needed to do was do all the multiple taps on the buttons and go back and look at the Events tab for the Fan/Light switch. The Event detail makes it snap to see what Button number and Event is being seen for each unique multi-tap. This is why I love my Hubitat. :blush:

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Thanks for your work on this. This is only missing both rockers. Maybe it was obvious to others but not to me:

Tap Light Rocker Up 7 Pushed
Tap Light Rocker Down 7 Held
Tap Fan Rocker Up 9 Pushed
Tap Fan Rocker Down 9 Held

Full set:

Action Button # Event
Tap LIGHT 1x 1 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 2x 2 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 3x 3 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 4x 4 Pushed
Tap LIGHT 5x 5 Pushed
Hold LIGHT 3 Seconds 8 Pushed
Release LIGHT after hold 6 Pushed
Tap LIGHT Rocker Up 7 Pushed
Tap LIGHT Rocker Down 7 Held
Tap FAN 1x 1 Held
Tap FAN 2x 2 Held
Tap FAN 3x 3 Held
Tap FAN 4x 4 Held
Tap FAN 5x 5 Held
Hold FAN 3 Seconds 8 Held
Release FAN after hold 6 Held
Tap FAN Rocker Up 9 Pushed
Tap FAN Rocker Down 9 Held

I’m trying to understand the buttons. I have hue bulb in my fans. I just wanna use the rocker switch to turn lights up and down.
What do I need to do?

Hue bulbs seem to be a little overkill for what you are asking. Why not just use some basic dimmable LED bulbs instead of smart bulbs like the Hue? The “dumb” LED will dim just fine with the LZW36.

The rockers will mess with supply voltage to the HUE and potentially damage them. All smart bulbs like the Hue are designed to have full supply voltage at all times.

Relays are disabled.
I don’t understand why people can’t get over the fact that people want a smart switch and a hue bulb.

Getting a little testy are we? :wink: It really isn’t that difficult to understand from my perspective when you asked how to dim the bulbs using the buttons have the ability integrated. However,

You can dim the Hue by using RM or Button Controller app like ABC and using the button mapping of button 7 ‘pushed’ when you want to ramp up the light levels of the Hue’s and using button mapping of button 7 ‘held’ when you want to ramp down the light levels. RM can also be a little more powerful and use the light button itself based on when it is released by using the mapping of button 6 ‘pushed’. You can go into the RM forum and get help on setting all that up.

Nah, just a constant thing with smart switches and hue bulbs.