I'm having some problem repeating the that action of changing the ON indicator for another WD500Z-1 dimmer switch. I would suggest you hold off adding the above device type to the Generic Smart dimmer until I can test some more.
Toward that end, can you tell me what parameters and values the Generic Smart dimmer uses to change the indicator light function?
OK, using your Basic Z-Wave tool I found the below. I tested three WD500Z-1 wall dimmer switches (each purchased at a different time, hence the mfg id differences.) I was able to switch the indicator function back and forth repeatedly and reliably.
I've also verified the Paddle function (normal / reverse) works with the current Z-Wave Generic Smart Dimmer. In addition, the GoLinear instructions for paddle function are:
Parameter 4 [0 = normal, 1 = reverse]
Parameter 3 results:
Linear / GoLinear Z-Wave Wall Dimmer model WD500Z-1
Parameter  only valid values are [0, 1]
Parameter  (1) = LED on when Light 0ff
Parameter  (0) = LED off when Light 0ff
This device supports the central scene class, (button events), can you try it with our central scene dimmer driver?
I ask as this device should really should be using that driver, and I don't want to get the fingerprint attached to a less capable driver.
Hi, I've had these drivers since my VeraPlus days. I found the company "over advertised" the capability but did not remove the information from the literature and manual. Now apparently they didn't change their signature.
I purchase them for their "association" capability but learned it did not exist along with groups. I even called the company but got verification but no solution.
To my knowledge the only "extra" functions working are:
Indicator (only flips functionality, no never on or always on.
Of course on/off/ dim
I will try it with the central scene dimmer and report what I learn.