I'm trying to cut down as much simultaneous zwave traffic as I can because my inovellis seem to be failing too often when lots of things need to happen. My main living room consists of 6 dimmers so when the mode changes that scene activates, but I also have several other rooms that will change their brightness per mode as well. This adds a ton of simultaneous traffic. Unless someone knows a better way, a delay for those rooms of a few seconds might help me.
Interesting observation. I'll look into your suggestion.
What would you think about an automatic random delay upon mode change level adjustment? Perhaps a random delay of up to perhaps 3 minutes. Even with several automations, this would be likely to spread out the network load. Or, an optional random delay over a selectable number of minutes?
I think any would work. Perhaps whatever is easier on your end. All I know is my rules with only a couple of switches are 100% flawless but I suffer from missed commands if I try to do too much.
This may not be all that necessary anymore. Ever since I set the zwave network up with no security things are working a million times better.
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