I have just installed a new Enbrighten Smart fan switch. It worked great for about a week....Then it no longer responded to any commands. Either through the app, or physically. Right now, my fan is stuck on low and they only way I can turn it off is at the breaker. I tried to reset the device and nothing. Its like it is frozen. The kicker is this new one is a replacement for one that lasted about a 1 year before the exact same thing happened. Even when I look at the logs, the last event was at 2021-07-04 18:19:46.000 and after all my trying to get it to respond, nothing has changed since.
Well if hitting the breaker and turning back on don't solve the problem (especially the physical) It seems you have a bad switch. It's not so much an HE issue as an enbrighten switch issue. I'd say just replace it.
Actually all of my dimmers/switches/fan switches are lutron. The only exception to this will be the ceiling fans on the front porch. Those will be innovelli fan controllers due to not having the wiring I need out there..
If it's a cloud device that you had to connect by linking accounts, check in the Hubitat Enbrighten app that it doesn't simply need connecting again. I find that a lot with my cloud account devices. After some time - days or weeks - your connection expires and you have to click connect on the Hubitat UI again.
Yes, it is. That is exactly what mine does when it locks up. I have never gotten it to lock up since pairing it without security though, which is what makes me believe it is a firmware issue when being used with S2.
In terms of pairing without security, when you pair it just uncheck all of the security check boxes.
I use the 3 and 5 versions, that seems to cover 95% of the connections I ever come across. It's a tough 1:1 comparison because the nuts are round and the WAGOs are flat and if you use the wire nuts with the wings, etc. The WAGO's take up roughly the same volume but they can be neatly tucked in flat against the box wall. So when they install they seem smaller even though they have a similar or slightly larger footprint. Once you use them you won't want to use anything else. 3 big benefits among others are
you mix stranded and solid there's always a good connection you have to worry about getting the stranded wire wrapped around the solid correctly.
they have an opening on the face where you can stick in a meter probe to easily test the circuit.
!!DISLCAIMER!!! don't do this unless you're experienced, and only if you're experienced, you can wire 'hot' since you only have to remove/add the wire you're working on and can leave the other hot wires alone. When you remove a wire nut all the wires become exposed with the WAGOs only the wire you need to remove is exposed.