im new to hubitat and I simply can't figure out how to get hubitat to deal with a garage door.
I have the zooz relay zen 17, the zooz keypad zen32 and hubitat hub.
on the relay, I want to have a magnetic contact to know if the door is closed or open and the relay to do a momentary contact to activate the garage door.
the zooz keypad zen32 to (1) show the status of the garage door with the led of button 1 (red open, green closed) and when I press the button to activate the relay (momentary contact)
how do I do that with hubitat?
I got it working in no time with an old ISY994 with 2 small programs (hopefully that my help understand what I try to achieve, but I can't post picture. hopefully Ill be able once the topic is created)
here are the 2 pictures of what I have acheive with ISY. how do I do that with hubitat?
Simply set up the keypad controller as a button controller. Set up the contact sensor just as that, a contact sensor.
Now, you can even make this more easy by using the Zooz garage door opener app from the zooz website. That will handle everything for you,..
I use this app and it works well for me. I have the ZEn16 but I think it will work for the 17 as well.
yes I tried the app. but it does not see any sensor. the zen17 sensor is not listed when setting up " Zooz Garage Door Opener App"
That's the app I was talking about I think
You will use one of the child devices in the zen 17.....
When you create the child app in the zooz garage door app you should get this
yeah, that's where I am, but I have an empty list under "Open/Close Sensor"
What driver is showing for the sensor?
I think I found it.
in the zen17 settings I changed "Input Type Relay 1" for contact sensor. now I was able to get it as a sensor in the garage door app.
ill follow the procedure and see where it leads me.
then ill need the zen32 button 1 to be in sync with the sensor (sensor open, led red. Sensor closed, led green)
oh, and the drive is the default one. the "comunity driver" didn't seems to allow much more
Ii didn't realize you were using a wired contact sensor. (I use the ecolink tilt sensor myself)