Agree with these. Also other controllers like Homey support lots of zwave devices and even many more non-zwave devices.
Next to that I experienced that devices on the Ezlo list in real life don’t work at all or only partly. See my first experiences with Ezlo Plus beta testing.
Why is my statement unfounded? OZW supports “all” zwave devices. Ezlo only the ones in the ezlo device support topic. Whose statement is false? I never said your statement was false. You say mine is. Now you are turning it around again. I just react on your statement. Which can’t be true if you do no say “we support all out there”.
@melih, Last week I finally could start beta-testing the Ezlo Plus controller after waiting for 46 days. I was really looking forward to that. I shared my experiences in the topic "Beta feedback Exlo Plus"see nrs 178-180-181
To stay on-topic here. I tested 4 zwave devices so far, two of them are on your list of integrated devices: neo coolcam motion sensor and philio motion sensor. The neo coolcam works partly (motion OK, light level not), the Philio does not work at all.
Further you can not set any parameters yet, which is a basic requirement that all other controllers and platforms have.
So to be honest I’m not to impressed yet. I know your team is working on the bugs and improvements, hope to see some progress soon.
To me at least it’s very positive to se that the list of devices benig supported is growing again (even though it’s not the old Vera products that benefits from it at the moment). Progress is always a good thing so I gonna focus on that and hope that this new linux platform will leave Beta soon …