Community Device Drivers (FKA Compatible Devices Wiki)


#84

Neo Coolcam Z-Wave devices work with HE
Below a list with drivers:

  • Neo Coolcam Door/Window Sensor - Now with Generic Z-Wave Contact Sensor (mentioned in 2.0.1 update)
  • Neo Coolcam Power Plug - Zooz Power Switch
  • Neo Coolcam Siren - Dome Siren
  • Neo Coolcam Water Sensor - Generic Z-Wave Water Sensor
  • Neo Coolcam Motion Sensor - Native driver (2.0.1) or Fibaro Motion Sensor ZW5

#85

Thanks for the update. The first post of this thread is a Wiki post, which means anyone can edit it directly, if desired. Keeping the first post up to date with new information, such as yours, really helps other users quickly figure out if their devices are compatible.


#86

Thank you for letting me know :smile:
I'll update the first post then.


#87

Anyone know if the GoControl Z-Wave Siren and Strobe is compatible ?


#88

I'm using a Leak Gopher Z-Wave Valve Control (from Leak Intelligence), it is recognized as "Device" but works well using the "Generic Z-Wave Valve".

Here is the fingerprint:

One thing to note, I was unable to join it after several attempts until I temporarily configured the Hub to join all devices securely. After that it joined really fast in the first attempt even though it actually joined non-secure. Not sure if a result of the actual setting or the fact that changing it does seem to restart the Z-Wave interface...

Also, HomeSeer rebrads it and sells it as HS-WV100+ Z-Wave Water Valve, same unit and confirmed working with the same driver by @JasonJoelOld.


#89

Ditto. Although I will say I had no issues at all pairing it to HE with the default settings. Works perfectly, in any case, once paired.


#90

I just added the a Kwikset Convert Z-Wave Smart Lock Conversion Kit (914 ZW500 CONVERT 15), it is recognized as "Device" but works fine using the "Z-Wave Generic Lock"

Here is the fingerprint:

This model is just an electronic deadlock controlled with Z-Wave (no keypad) so no codes to manage, etc. which other people seem to be having trouble with. Joining it was quite easy and locks / unlocks and reports status changes without any issue.


#91

I have bought couple of MCO Home wall switches and have been able to get them to work with someone's help. I have added it to the list.


#92

@mike.maxwell In the official list of supported devices is there a reason the Tradfri E14 bulb is listed under the brand name of Tradfri when the Ikea Tradfri Outlet is listed under Ikea?


#93

No reason, next edit I'll fix it.


#94

Just got two if these Everspring AD-142-3 dimmers , they work fine using the Zwave generic dimmer driver


#95

Thanks to damon.dinsmore for directing me to this resource. It ain't easy to find! Would it be appropriate to add a device to this list that pairs, but does not have any way to control it yet? Specifically, my Orbit 12 Station irrigation controller spontaneously jumped ship on IRIS and paired itself (unbidden) with my new Hubitat! Apparently, it really wants to join the party, and selected the "Device" driver for itself, but there is not yet any way to talk to it or control it.

Or is there a better place to list this phenomenon?


#96

Any Z-Wave or standard Zigbee device (HA 1.2 or 3.0) will pair, so I'm not sure that information would really be useful unless you find a generic or built-in driver that provides at least minimal functionality.


#97

I have the following in my system, mostly the Leviton Vizia RF+ line of Switches, Dimmers, but a few Appliance modules thrown in also.

Most aren't known by HE so they'll frequently come up as "Device" (or similar). They need to be cutover to their associated Generic driver in order to work (listed below). They also didn't do Z-Wave NWI, so I roamed the house with a Mac, a bridged Ethernet port, and a long power cable in order to register them with the HE (C5)

@bobbyD I'll update the list above shortly (with a simplified version of this info)

Leviton Vizia RF+ VRI06-1LZ - Dimmer 600W

  • Product Link: VPI06-1LZ
  • Driver needed: Generic Z-Wave Dimmer
  • Discovery attributes:
Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
29 521 1025 in: 0x26, 0x27, 0x2B, 0x2C, 0x85, 0x72, 0x86, 0x91, 0x77, 0x73 out: 0x82

Leviton Vizia RF+ VRI10-1LZ - Dimmer 1000W

  • I have this somewhere, just can't work out which Switch it's attached to.
  • Driver needed: Generic Z-Wave Dimmer

Leviton Vizia RF+ VRS15-1LZ - Switch 1800W

Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
29 521 769 in: 0x25, 0x27, 0x2B, 0x2C, 0x85, 0x72, 0x86, 0x91, 0x77, 0x73 out: 0x82

Leviton Vizia RF+ VRF01-1LZ - Fan Speed Control

  • Product Link: VRF01-1LZ
  • Driver needed: Leviton Fan Controller
  • Discovery attributes:
Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
29 521 4097 in: 0x26, 0x27, 0x2B, 0x2C, 0x85, 0x72, 0x86, 0x91, 0x77, 0x73 out: 0x82

Leviton DZS15-1LZ - Switch 1800W

  • Product Link: DZS15-1LZ
  • Driver needed: Generic Z-Wave Switch
  • Discovery attributes:
Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
29 820 7170 in: 0x25, 0x27, 0x2B, 0x2C, 0x72, 0x86, 0x91, 0x77, 0x73 out:

HomePro ZRP110 - Outdoor Appliance Module

Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
1 12592 21072 in: 0x25, 0x27, 0x75, 0x73, 0x86, 0x72, 0x77 out:

GE/Jasco ZW4101 - Indoor Appliance Module

Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
99 12336 21072 in: 0x25, 0x27, 0x75, 0x73, 0x86, 0x72, 0x77 out:

GE/Jasco ZW4201 - Outdoor Appliance Module

Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
99 12592 21072 in: 0x25, 0x27, 0x75, 0x73, 0x86, 0x72, 0x77 out:

Bali/Graber AutoView Roller Blinds

  • Product Link:
  • Driver needed: Generic Z-Wave Shade
  • Discovery attributes:
Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
622 23089 21075 in: 0x5E, 0x80, 0x86, 0x72, 0x5A, 0x73, 0x85, 0x59, 0x20, 0x26, 0x25, 0x7A out:

Bali/Graber AutoView Standard Remote

  • Driver needed: Somfy 2 Button Controller
  • Discovery attributes:
Manufacturer ID Device ID Device Type inClusters outClusters
622 23089 22083 in: 0x5E, 0x86, 0x72, 0x5A, 0x73, 0x85, 0x59, 0x80, 0x5B, 0x84 out: 0x20, 0x84, 0x5B, 0x26

#98

This is excellent work, if you could do one thing for me on the next update, please post the text of the driver data sections, that will save me a ton of time in updating the driver fingerprints.


#99

I'll redo it now (via edits to my post). In trade, can I get this list extended to support Manufacturer information?

http://...myhub.../hub/zwaveInfo

This product URL is soo nearly there, as that's the only bit extra (Manufacturer Id)


#100

Not following you here...


#101

In my HE, if I goto Settings -> Z-Wave Details I land on a URL that's like:

That's currently listing (in text) almost all of the details you need for each of my Z-Wave Devices (Device Id, Device Type, Cluster In/Out).

The only one that's missing is ManufacturerId

I'm in the process of copy/paste this information into my post above, to make it easier to transcribe into your system. Having the HE Z-Wave Details page include the info would mean I'd copy-n-paste most of the existing report instead :wink:


#102

Now inlined as text/tables to make it easier to copy.


#103

Are you sure this uses the switch driver?, it's advertising 0x26 which is the level cluster...