Added my first three in-wall Zwave dimer switches today. I think I have them set up as devices correctly, and even got the S2 security set up right first try (I pre-scanned the QR-code before installing them).
Those last three, with the big question marks in the middle of the tiles. There is one previous "dimmer" template tile that does do what I expect (in fact it's why that's what I expect); it's for a Honeywell dual-plug dimmer that just plugs into an outlet, not for something that's a wired-in switch.
Manual switching works. I haven't been able to try switching through the hub, the way I know how to do that is through a dashboard.
So, is "dimmer" the wrong template? Or have I missed configuring something? Or what?
Oh, just for completeness, the Zwave topology report seems to say all pairs of devices except one see each other directly:
09, 0B, and 0C are the three new dimmers. Don't ask me what happened to device 0A, I have no idea.
06 is a plug-in dual switch that isn't currently used for anything (it was the first thing I added, plugged in by my computer, with a lamp on it, so I could do early testing really easily). 06 and 08 both show status "OK" in the Zwave Details report.
If you see a question mark on a Dashboard tile, it's usually because the attribute value (current state) it's looking for isn't present or isn't a valid value. For the "Dimmer" template, I'm pretty sure the question mark here is supposed to read the "switch" (on/off) attribute value and the slider the "level" value. So, the first thing I'd check is: go to the device page ("Devices") for each of these devices, then observe whether they show correct values--or anything at all--for these attributes under "Current States" towards the top of the page. If not, there is some troubleshooting you can do, but it would at least point to a device problem rather than anything with Dashboard specifically.
Yeah, the way I ended up discovering them didn't remind me of everything to fix. They are indeed using the "Device" driver, and when I change (at least one of them) to using the generic zwave dimmer driver the problem appears to clear up.
These are the Jasco Ultra-Pro zwave-plus in-wall smart dimmer, model 3010.