In my Master Bedroom, there are two separate circuits used for overhead lighting (one for entryway and accent lighting on the front wall, and one for main overhead lighting; both circuits are solely comprised of recessed dimmable LEDs). The front circuit is controlled with a Zooz ZEN27. The main overhead circuit has an Inovelli Red (LZW31-SN).
My desired action for each switch is:
-Single tap: Toggle individual circuit to which the switch is connected
-Double tap: Toggle both circuits
Simple enough. I've created a rule in Rule Machine to set the actions. However, I'm getting very erratic behavior.
After resetting the switches and initializing the rule, the first time I use the double tap action, both circuits toggle accordingly. However, after the first use, everything starts falling apart. Next time I try to use it (either on or off with double tap) the Inovelli circuit does not respond. Usually, at this point both switches will still function manually as a single tap (but it is probably worth noting that after the Inovelli has stopped responding to the rule [digitally activated toggle], the first time I manually toggle that switch, my Hubitat logs indicate a digital activation [when it should be physical]... so it seems that perhaps the command is getting stuck in queue and not actually responding properly or reporting properly to the initial command?!). Either way, the more times I try to use the double tap, the worse it gets. After 3-5 tries, then the physical switch will stop responding as well, and cannot even be used to activate the single circuit it is connected to, until I reset the switch (this even happens with the Zooz switch, even though it seems to be the switch that is otherwise responding correctly).
What I've tried:
- Double checked my rule. Everything looks fine. I have a similar rule in another room controlling 4 lighting circuits, and that one works perfectly (the only difference is that the one with 4 circuits that is working well only has Zooz switches. No Inovelli there).
- Drivers. I've tried the custom Inovelli driver, the built-in "Inovelli Z-Wave Smart Scene Dimmer S2," "Inovelli Z-Wave Smart Dimmer," and "Inovelli Smart Scene Switch S2." I'm using the built-in "Zooz Central Scene Dimmer" for the ZEN27 (because I added the Zooz switches with S2 authentication, and the custom driver does not work with S2 yet) and that driver works well in the other room that I have the similar configuration.
- Isolating the rule to one switch. I initially setup the rule to operate from either the Zooz or the Inovelli switch, but after such erratic behavior, removed the triggers from the Inovelli (at least for now for troubleshooting purposes), so the rule can only be triggered from the Zooz switch, but the issue persists.
Does anyone have any idea what is going on here? It really seems to me like it's the Innovelli switch is not responding properly or reporting properly to the Hub, causing the compounding problem. Has anyone been able to successfully incorporate a setup like this with mixed hardware manufacturers within their Hubitat (it seems like it shouldn't matter if mixed manufacturers are being used, since the Hub is processing/issuing/receiving the wireless commands).
I would really like to get this fixed, but would like to retain the Innovelli if possible, as we want to utilize the notification LED function on this switch as an indicator for the status of our doors, windows, locks, garage, etc... when going to bed at night.