I have added it to HE and it discovered as just zwave device but when I get to the section for calibration I am getting lost as I do not see anywhere to put in, or if I do it manually by pressing the switch and moving the sensor it blinks, but nothing is changing on HE end.
I am assuming that so far most people I see that have this are using Vera Plus it is not supported currently by HE and needs custom DH?
EDIT: so messed around with settings and got the events to fire. So when I'm home I will install it and see how we go.
Do these instruction make sense for HE? I think they are referring to Vera still here
Blockquote: Set value 4 to 0 of parameter 37, 38, 39, and 40. After sending in this setting to the GDC, move the door sensor linked to your Garage Door Controller to OPEN or CLOSE state to confirm the changes and allow the settings to take place.
The LED light will also be disabled when opening or closing the garage door.
I would suggest setting this value to parameters 37 - 40 [4 byte]:
0x01010100 hexidecimal or 16843008 decimal
Did you ever get this working within Hubitat? As I am in Australia on I don't have too many z-wave options due to the frequency change but the Aeotec Z-wave Garage Controller is sold here so I was considering this route.
Yes I agree it works fine with Hubitat. My problem is how to integrate with Google Home:
It states it just a z-wave generic garage controller for the Aeotec Garage Controller (Gen5).
Is there a way for Hubitat to recognize that it's an Aeotec Garage Controller vs. Generic z-wave?
Is there a way to get it integrated to Google Home?
I am ultimately trying to integrate the Aeotec Garage Door Controller (Gen5) into Google Home. I would like to make the voice commands via Google Assistant or setup routines via Google Home. I thought it would be great to be able to have these commands to the device in one place.
RE: Driver - I noticed on other posts that people were looking for drivers when Hubitat found devices as generic. When they found the driver or changed some field setting or when Hubitat or provider updated the device listing, it started to work. So I thought we had to go that route.
However, ultimately just trying to integrate the Aeotec Garage Door Controller into Google Home.
I've done everything in the description here to get the drivers working and it does work but it takes up to a minute from when I hit the open or close button for it to start. Any ideas? When I switch the device back to generic z wave garage door opener it works instantly, but I don't want to use that as it doesn't have current state, and the if already open and you hit open again it then closes the door.