Chamberlain MyQ Garage Door Support [OUT OF DATE]

Just noticed the following in my logs. I think I'm running the latest version of the app and driver. Anyone seen this?

Did you try to create momentary buttons when you set it up?

I did create the momentary buttons when I set it up. The buttons are working when I press them, but I'm seeing this in the logs.

I have one or two that seem to flip true state open vs closed. Fresh batteries in all.

One sensor seemed to improve only with getting the magnet very close to the sensor.

I'm using only two Cree bulbs as repeaters, one at one end of the house on the main floor, the other near the opposite end in the basement ceiling. The office is on the 2nd floor, mid house location.

Maybe I need a few of those outlets?

If it helps, here's my zigbee routing:

Child Data
child:[Office Iris, 8CAC, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[DR East Window, F584, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[Closet Iris, B24B, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[Family Room Door, 6FAB, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[Dishwasher Leak Sensor, 1BAF, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[Garage Side Door, C8AB, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[Fridge Leak Sensor, 1118, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]
child:[LR East Window, 6C0B, type:EMBER_SLEEPY_END_DEVICE]

Neighbor Table Entry
[Family Room Light, 8783], LQI:238, age:3, inCost:5, outCost:4
[Safe Light, A47B], LQI:159, age:4, inCost:7, outCost:4

Route Table Entry
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [DR West Window, 0717] via [Safe Light, A47B]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Bathroom Window, 279E] via [Family Room Light, 8783]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Patio Door, 5800] via [Family Room Light, 8783]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [LR West Window, DAEB] via [Safe Light, A47B]
status:Active, age:32, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Basement Door, 08C8] via [Family Room Light, 8783]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Safe Light, A47B] via [Safe Light, A47B]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Kitchen Window, 4384] via [Safe Light, A47B]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Family Room Light, 8783] via [Family Room Light, 8783]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Fridge Sensor, 1472] via [Safe Light, A47B]

I'm also seeing the Iris 3210-L outlets have both zigbee and Zwave+ and while some users report problems pairing the zwave, they seem to work well. Thoughts?

Sorry to derail the MyQ thread.

Bulbs in general, but Cree bulbs in particular are undesirable repeaters. @april.brandt just went through a lengthy, careful, debugging process before conclusively arriving at the conclusion.

The Tradfri plugs are very good repeaters.

These are regarded quite highly as well. I don't have any, but there are others here who do.

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Great info!

I don't mind ditching the Cree bulbs. I had less issues with them than the GE Link bulbs on W*.

Maybe with Hubitat, I'll revisit the GE bulbs instead.

Thanks! Off to buy a lot of 5 of those Iris plugs on flea-bay

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One last question, I promise.

What are your thoughts on the Sengled bulbs/strips?

Seems the GE Link bulbs are possibly as troublesome as the Cree. I expect I'll need to repair the zigbee mesh with them offline after I get the Iris plugs going...

I have the Sengled A19 RGBWs. I really like them. Great color rendition and since they don't route, they cause no zigbee mesh issues.

Your really helping me a lot. I appreciate it! Do you live anywhere near South Florida?

Unfortunately, as a first step in converting my Wink Relay for Hubitat, I preformed a hard reset, and the operating system never rebooted. I like that thing a lot. It was in my entry way and just where it needed to be to make changes to my system when entering or leaving the house. The fact it had 2 switches and the perfect form factor for where it was mounted were just extras. I don't see anything comparable to replace it with.

The locks went without incident. Thanks for the tip.

I don't have a Relay. I would post to the Wink Relay integration thread. I know others have them working for sure.

I did. From what I read elsewhere, the switch to turn the wifi off, in the underlying Android system sometimes toggles off. This keeps the Wink Operating System from Booting, and it loops.

From Metairie, LA I see. In Micro. Do you work for Oshner?

No. LSU School of Medicine.

I love NO. I go sometimes just for the food. Best in the USA I think.

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I was in Philla. when the first Veterans started dying from what was later discovered to be cases of Legionnaires. It's been a long road in ID since then. HIV was unknown and probably didn't even exist, outside of Africa.

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I guess today, the big threat is a microbiologist messing with kitchen CRISPR CAS9. : )

Great info. Thanks!

Glad you like the relays.

I wanted to stab mine before I ripped them out and sold them on FB marketplace.

Lights coming on randomly in the middle of the night is not my idea of fun and the dimmable smart bulbs I was using were always dropping off line. Appears the GE Link and Cree bulbs may be partly to blame for that but I still came to loathe the relays.

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Interesting the impact of where they are has. I’ve used mine for years, and never had a light go offline or come on uncommanded.