At least, you are able to dim your curtains. I can only perform full opening or closing. Can you tell me please what firmware you have and how did you manage to do the calibration without any error issued by the controller?
if i set 29 to HEX 1 or 29 to DEC 1 … the calibration does start. but the UI will return a config error.
because the module will immideatly after the calibation has startet set it back to “0” so vera suspects the parameter has not been set properly.
to avoid that … change 29 to “monitor only” or remove it after the calibration is done.
I tried the calibration, setting the parameter 29 to 1, but the process fails with a “user configuration failed” message sent by the module a few seconds after. The curtain starts to move and stops 3 seconds after. I changed the parameter to monitor only, but nothing happens.
Yes, full closing and opening are working fine, either with the physical buttons or with the UI.
I have 7 of these modules and all of them “work” like this. Maybe the issue is linked with the roller model I have…
I think I get the same issue, and what I’ve done is just set Poll in the settings to “never” ( 0 ) to workaround the issue.
Regarding the fact you get an error in calibration ( I have exact same error ). I think it’s because of the parameter 29, which is automatically set from 1 to 0 after calibration has started. May be the fact the parameter value is not the one expected by vera the source of the issue ? In my side, i’ve just ignored the error message.
All is working fine, only small issue is that sometime the value shows something like 98% instead of the 100% expected.
The problem is not the error message but the calibration, which is actually failing.
And consequently, I can’t use the dimming function with my roller. For instance, if it is closed and if I set it to 20%, it goes to 100% and fully opens.
I can confirm I have the same problem as the OP. If I set the curtains to 50% after Vera polls the Fibaro Blind module it then shows as 100% in Vera.
I have a VeraLite UI5 version 1.5.622
Regarding the error seen when you add the calibration parameter this is normal and can be ignored. In fact after the calibration routine has completed, you can then remove the parameter 29 from the device options for the device.
See the calibration section of my blog post here for more details.
I might try setting the polling to 0 as suggested.
interesting thread as I have the same issue. Will try the polling to 0 trick, if that also fails, will have to take the wall switches out again (aaargh! and try to calibrate using the button on the Fibaro module.