Sunricher (and rebrands) ZigBee Dimmer Module

Took a punt on a couple of these:

Mine are branded Mextronic from LED CONNEX Zigbee Phasendimmer 230V bis 400W: Beleuchtung but they're available as several other brands, for example iCasa Dimmer | ZigBee 3.0 AC Dimmer | Wifimedia

Paired from power-on and recognised as Generic ZigBee Bulb - they worked OK as that, but the local switch status change wasn't reported (presume as this isn't configured as part of the Bulb driver).

Switched to Generic ZigBee Dimmer and hit configure, now working very well so far. It's nice to have the option of a ZigBee module for dimming in the UK (albeit via German Amazon).

Will need to give it a few days for the mesh to settle to see if they're decent repeaters but I don't expect any issues.

@mike.maxwell maybe you can add the fingerprint to Dimmer so it pairs correctly?

ID: 41AD
Manufacturer: Sunricher
Product Name:
Model Number: ZG9101SAC-HP
deviceTypeId: 20
manufacturer : Sunricher
idAsInt : 1
inClusters : 0000,0003,0004,0005,0006,0008,0B05,1000
endpointId : 01
profileId : 0104
application : 00
outClusters : 0019,1000
initialized : true
model : ZG9101SAC-HP
stage : 4
manufacturer :
idAsInt : 242
inClusters : 0021
endpointId : F2
profileId : A1E0
application :
outClusters : 0021
initialized : true
model :
stage : 4


Further to the above @mike.maxwell I noticed that the Generic ZigBee Dimmer driver doesn't have capability.refresh, even though it has a Refresh button. Can that be added?

In a similar vein, having updated to 2.08.112 today it seems the Refresh button and the capability.refresh have been removed from ST Presence Sensor V2 (not sure about V4 as I don't have those). Can that be put back? It was useful to be able to refresh these periodically for an updated battery level reading.

this is intentional to dissuade users from adding polling rules for devices that don't need polling...

i can look at this

It looks like it is sold in the US also: and

Does the TouchLink control work on it while paired to the Hubitat?

Touch Link is direct device to device control, similar to zwave association, the hub is not involved in this, so yes this works.

Just wanted to share there seems to be another clone of this product, branded as "SAMOTECH SM309", priced at 32.99 GBP (UK) / 36.99 EUR (Germany).

The Sunrichter and rebrands are getting very popular now. I have a few in my house as well but so far I needed to use the Generic Zigbee Switch. Any plans to support the Sunricther Zigbee devices directly in Hubitat? The same goes for the many wall switches from Sunrichter. Could be great to have them on the official liste of compatible products. All Sunrichter Zigbee products are compatible with the Philips Hue.

"Generic" just means that it's a device driver that supports multiple devices.

Did the Sunricher device pick the "Generic Zigbee Switch" device driver automatically when pairing? If so, then it means that device is already supported by that device driver as it has the matching fingerprint.

If it didn't, but it works perfectly with that device driver, then you can report the device fingerprint here and HE staff can add it to the device driver so it will pick it automatically in the future.

To get the device fingerprint, change the device driver to "Device", open the live log in a separate tab and click the "get fingerprint" button back on the device page, then paste a screenshot of the resulting log messages.

If the device doesn't work correctly then you could detail what the problems are so that they can be investigated.

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