I bought a pair of Neo Coolcam Power Plug Z-Wave Plus plugs (green dot, not blue, so I know they are the Z-Wave Plus ones) to turn on/off 2 old fashioned filament lights in a hutch I have. I am using the Neo Coolcam Power Plug driver for them.
I also bought a New One Z-Wave Plus plug to turn on/off my Quntis desk lamp. I found I had to use a Generic Z-Wave Plus Dimmer to get it to work (I tried a Z-Wave Plus Outlet, but that didn't work).
I am using either an Inovelli Red Dimmer or a Fibaro Key Fob to trigger rules to turn them on or off.
If I'm inside either device and use the on/off buttons there is a delay, but I'd say a second or less.
I created rules to turn them on or off using an Inovelli Red Dimmer or a Fibaro Key Fob. Using either of those it takes about 5 seconds from the time I push the button on the Fibaro Key Fob or double click the "up" button of the Red Dimmer to get their respective light to turn on or off.
Here are some screen shots:
I pushed my Fibaro Key Fob button 5 (the minus sign) at 1:14:24
But the command to turn off the light didn't happen until 1:1436. 12 seconds later!
This time, which is much more typical, took about 4 1/2 seconds. But that is at least 4 seconds too long.
The Fibaro 5 pushed Rule Machine 5.1 rule is doing a simple toggle rule to turn that light on or off. (If it is On turn it Off Else (so must be off) turn it On
Here I did a double tap on my Inovelli Red Dimmer (Stuart's Den Hutch Switch) which turns on the Quantis light via the New One plug and my ceiling fan light. Again, it took about 5 seconds from the time I did the double tap until the on() command was sent:
It is using a very simple Button Controller rule to turn these lights on:
I'm not including screen shots of the hutch lights, which I also control via the Fibaro Key Fob or that same Inovelli Red Dimmer, but the rules and times are similar - about 5 seconds each.
Any idea why turning these on like this is so slow and any suggestions on what I can do to spead them up?