Since the devices are working still, if you want to repair the data there are a few things you can do.
This app: [RELEASE] Z-Wave Universal Device Scanner
You can use Get Info to request some of the data from the device and then it will save it back where it belongs.
This app can be used to add or edit the device data: [RELEASE] Custom Device Note App
It designed to add notes but you can actually add or edit any data field.
The important ones the driver needs are deviceType, deviceId, manufacturer
Also worth fixing is the inClusters
Once you get the Data sorted out, I would switch the driver to "Device" and use the Clear States command button to wipe out all the extra junk in the states. Does not hurt anything but it would bother me. Then switch back to my driver.
Then you can run a configure and it should pick up the model and firmware again, showing the parameters.