I have a sonoff dual r2 flashed to tasmota that I am in the process of migrating from st. I had it working perfectly thru st using the tasmota 4 channel device handler and child driver. For some reason i couldn't get the correct dual handler to work but it worked anyways. No that i've moved it over to hubitat I have both drivers installed using the 4 channel driver and it is paired and working but i don't see where I can toggle both channels. I hit the configure button but it doesn't do anything. How do I differentiate the two channels and get this thing working? I was using it to control my daughters ceiling fan and light separately. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am in the process of switching over from st. I have a sonoff dual flashed to Tasmota and after a bunch of trial and error have it working. I have it mounted in the cover of a ceiling fan to independently control the fan and light of the ceiling fan. I can control it from the desktop perfectly and it works every time, but I have a aeon wallmote mounted to control the dual. I tried just making two simple lighting rules to say when button one of the wallmote is pushed toggle the ceiling fan. It will turn on but won’t turn off. And it’s the same way for the light. They turn on but not off. I then tried making a virtual switch for each one and that brought the same results. I’ve honestly had so much trouble getting migrated it seems like I might just go back to st. I hate to do it but it seems like getting devices to work in st didn’t require me sitting in front of my computer for hours on end. Please help me and save me from going back. Thanks.
Just as a test, set the aeon up to have one button turn the light on and one button turn the light off to see if it works (rather than a toggle setup).
I tried that this morning and if one button is set to turn it on and the other turn off it works just fine. Is the toggle function causing some sort of screw up?
Also when I try to load those two relays into dashboard and set them as a switch they just show up as a question mark on the tile, and are not functioning. Any ideas?
@PhilDeez Ok, so possibly the status of the device isn't getting updated? If an automation is set to toggle, but it always thinks the switch is off, it will keep sending the ON command. I would check in the web interface of Tasmota to make sure the hubitat IP address and port number are correct.
As for the question mark, I am not sure. I'm guessing it has something to do with the child driver. Maybe it is just because the ON / OFF state hasn't been received for the child device yet.