I just started to use a VeraEdge as a HUB of Home Assistant.
The reasons for that is that a Zwave USB straight to HA didn’t give a reliable usage as I wished.
Now with Vera I do have a more reliable zwave network, so I’m happy.
I just paired a Fibaro Dimmer 2.
It is working fine.
Except that de dimmer paired straight to HA was remembering its last brightness at switching on.
Now at switching on, the dimmer is going to 100% brightness.
How to switch it on with remembering the last brighness value?
Thanks for the answers
There’s a button for ‘Add Configuration settings’
That’ll create boxes for you to fill in your desired values.
Wait for the Luup reload
Your device will need to wake up to take the new setting
So are we reading the same manual? I can see from your image posted there:
Variable 19 > is active > Always sets this brigthness level.
So you have that set to 5 which means when you single click S1 your light should come up to 5% brightness from an ‘off’ state.
Is that happening?
Have you pressed ‘Save change’?
Was there a Luup Reload
Have you done a browser reset.
Default is 0 which sets any associated devices to their last saved state. Not the state of this device that we’re working on.
I assume this will be their last ‘on’ brightness but I could be wrong. My apologies I assumed that you wanted them all to come up to the same brightness. Setting Variable 21 to 1 will do that.
I think there is an error in the interface somewhere between Vera and Home Assistant.
If I switch in Vera app the switch does remember the last value and switching to that brightness.
If I use the fysical switch at the wall also it remember the last brightness.
If I switch in HA or by hand at the overview page (thats the way I tested it) or by a flow it is going to 100% brightness.
So it looks like nothing wrong with Vera itself and its settings, but between Vera and HA