Schlage be469


#21

I am also having an issue with this lock, I am moving from Lowes Iris. I was able to successfully remove it from Iris and get it to pair with Hubitat. However, none of the functions seem to work. I can't lock or unlock the door.

Here are the parameters

  • deviceType: 25409
  • inClusters: 0x22,0x72,0x7A,0x98,0x86
  • deviceId: 20548
  • manufacturer: 59

I am using the Generic Wave Lock device type.

Is there something else I should try?

BTW, spent the entire day moving devices over from Iris and most moved without any issues. The Yale and Kwikset locks I have work with no problems.

Thanks

Greg


#22

This one didn't pair securely, that's why it's not working. You'll have to unpair it and try again.


#23

Greg... as Mike said, the reason it's not working is that Secure Pair... the parameters you pasted don't have that and without, the lock, as a Boundary Device isn't allowed to do anything... which is of course, what you're seeing.

Locks will either want to be close (whisper distance) or will want a Beaming Device near enough to be it's repeater. You don't actually want it conversing directly to the hub, because it may reduce battery life on the lock. A Beaming device will sit and wait for the Lock to wake up and will deliver the message from the hub.

Lookup at the ZWave Alliance, a few of your AC powered devices that are within 10-15ft of the Lock... verify they have Beaming = Yes.

When it works correctly, you'll see the parameters AND this one:
zwaveSecurePairingComplete: true


#24

I was able to re-pair it. I can now lock and unlock but I don't see the SecurePairing you described in the data section on the device. Should I keep trying?


#25

Working is working :smiley: don't mess with success.


#26

I have noticed my battery life is only about a month now on my Schlage lock. Is there a setting that I missed to keep the battery from draining so quickly? On SmartThings I would get typically a minimum of 6 months.