Changed the driver to the new built-in one and I am now getting no Current States after a configure and the following error.
dev:17462019-12-02 09:35:15.823 pm errorgroovy.lang.MissingMethodException: No signature of method: heimanZigbeeGas.refresh() is applicable for argument types: () values:  Possible solutions: every(), parse(java.lang.String), every(groovy.lang.Closure), grep() (configure)
Well it took almost 10 minutes for the Current States to change but it now says Gas: Clear. So it must have been the reporting time of the device. Just so everyone knows it could take that long for it to show.
The error is still there in the log after pressing Configure again.
I saw the same error last night when I switched over to the new driver. I think it's a none issue. The old driver has the refresh() method but the new one does not but their new driver config() method calls the refresh method. Probably a copy and paste error from other driver
Thank you for the link. I did see those. Delivery date (at least for me) says " Arrives: Dec 30 - Jan 16". Not exactly Prime shipping But if it works with HE then i'm willing to wait. Plus, this will act as another Zigbee repeater, right?
I changed the driver to the new but now I cannot use Hubitat Safety Monitor to send messages since it does not show me the device anymore since it was changed to Gas type of device (I used to have it under smoke detector with the custom driver) . Any tip on how to configure HSM ?
@cuboy29 I managed to set up a rule with the gas detector using the new driver by using Custom Attribute. What I am not sure of is what word they use for detecting gas. Currently with no detection it reads Gas:clear.... What does it say when it is not clear.....not clear or detected?
So maybe someone knows the "word" so the rule will work.
They say it depends on what you are trying to detect. If it is natural gas (lighter than air) then approximately 2 ft from the ceiling and I think no more than 5 ft away. If it is methane (swamp gas) then no more than 2 ft from the floor and still no more than 5 ft away.