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Also, on that same table, the description for Parameter 51 is misleading. currently it says “0 = No delay, 1 = 700ms delay”. Shouldn’t “1” mean something else that is not specific to a 700ms delay? For example maybe “Delay is enabled; see parameter 50 to configure the delay’s duration”?
Thank you for your answer!
I do have a Hubitat hub and I am currently using the red series switches/dimmers. I have one of my red series switches that is defective/not working properly, and I see that they are currently sold out (and for quite a while now….don’t think they’ll ever be back in stock). I was wondering if I should go ahead and get the blue series to replace that switch. It will be a 3-way however. What do you recommend I do? Thanks again!!
If you haven’t already you may want to reach out to support regarding the defective switch. Depending on the issue(s) it may be possible to fix without a replacement, or if one is required there may be a support only stash for this purpose.
How To's | Setup Zigbee Binding - SmartThings says “we will walk through a few different scenarios where you’d want to use Zigbee binding: Switch to Bulb, Switch to Switch and Switch to Switch & Bulb.”, but only has an example for “Switch to Bulb”.
They seem wildly different, with different letters for different parts of the switch, different category labels, different lists of steps, and (for the 3rd image) completely different instructions (tap the paddle instead of config).
should there be a smart switch to 2+x Smart Bulbs section in How To's | Setup Zigbee Binding - SmartThings? In general, I can’t seem to find any documentation on zigbee groups for SmartThings. Is it simply not possible? If so, should that be said somewhere? Sorry for the n00b question.
Please select from the following drop-downs based on the number of smart bulbs you have:
That is the way that it is supposed to work. Did you have the endpoint in the endpoint field before putting the zigbee id in the remove field? You can quicky try again by changing the last character of the address in the unbind field, and then hit submit. Then change the character back to the correct one and hit submit again. It will only submit the request if the text is changed which is why you have to change it to something else and then change it back.
Also, make sure the same zigbee id is not in the “Bind Device” field at the same time or it will just try to add it back.
Eric, I just tried submitting all four of my zigbee IDs, one at a time, into the unbind device field in the switch settings. I then powered up the switch and all 4 bulbs turned on still. There was no entry in the Bind Device field while I did the unbinding.
What do you suggest next? I apologize for carrying on this conversation in this wiki post. Probably not the most appropriate place. Feel free to move or remove it later.