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Z-wave roadmap
#1
What is the roadmap for z-wave app?

Still many bugs like setting descriptions that disappear after reboot

Thanks
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#2
important! +1
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#3
Any reason why questions about the Z-Wave app is always being ignored?
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#4
I'm considering moving the z-wave part of my installation over to z-wave-mqtt, or something else, that get maintained. Every time a question is asked about Z-wave on this forum, it gets totally ignored. I would argue that the current support for Z-wave on LogicMachine now is in such a bad state, that it would be better if you removed it entirely, and didn't market it at all. At least give us a hint about what is going on.
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#5
Hi,

From my side it’s ignored because Schneider is not focusing on Z-Wave, We don’t produce Z-Wave products for home automation. We will focus on Wiser Home that is based on Zigbee (much more mature protocol).

So sorry i can’t say anything about the current status or answer your question ..

BR,

Erwin
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#6
When there is no answer, that means there is nothing new to add.
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#7
(03.11.2019, 22:55)fiLLLip Wrote: I'm considering moving the z-wave part of my installation over to z-wave-mqtt, or something else, that get maintained. Every time a question is asked about Z-wave on this forum, it gets totally ignored. I would argue that the current support for Z-wave on LogicMachine now is in such a bad state, that it would be better if you removed it entirely, and didn't market it at all. At least give us a hint about what is going on.

Hi.

As a "temporary" solution, i have used "Homeseer HS3" purely as a gateway between Zwave and KNX for some years now. It's stable. I don't have many Zwave nodes, but i feel like this solution is the best that is available on the market for now. Homeseer HS3 is well known for beeing among the top Zwave softwares out there. I have the "Hometroller SEL" minipc, but there is altso a cheeper "Hometroller Zee" (Raspberry Pi). If you don't have a lot of Zwave nodes, the "Hometroller Zee" might work for you as a gateway.

BR
Kai-Roger
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#8
(04.11.2019, 22:26)Kai-Roger Wrote:
(03.11.2019, 22:55)fiLLLip Wrote: I'm considering moving the z-wave part of my installation over to z-wave-mqtt, or something else, that get maintained. Every time a question is asked about Z-wave on this forum, it gets totally ignored. I would argue that the current support for Z-wave on LogicMachine now is in such a bad state, that it would be better if you removed it entirely, and didn't market it at all. At least give us a hint about what is going on.

Hi.

As a "temporary" solution, i have used "Homeseer HS3" purely as a gateway between Zwave and KNX for some years now. It's stable. I don't have many Zwave nodes, but i feel like this solution is the best that is available on the market for now. Homeseer HS3 is well known for beeing among the top Zwave softwares out there. I have the "Hometroller SEL" minipc, but there is altso a cheeper "Hometroller Zee" (Raspberry Pi). If you don't have a lot of Zwave nodes, the "Hometroller Zee" might work for you as a gateway.

BR
Kai-Roger

Inspired by your solution, I opted for a solution combined of Zwave2MQTT (https://github.com/OpenZWave/Zwave2Mqtt) and NodeRED. I do the mapping between KNX and MQTT in NodeRED. Now the lights (Fibaro Dimmer 2) respond instantly instead of the normal several second wait time, and sometimes not responding. Very happy with this, but it shouldn't be neccessary.
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#9
for not or badly supported protocole (Zwave, ikea ,..) I use Jeedom as a getway (with a KNX free plugin)
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