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Appreciate the response and suggestion curiousB. I was able to include the device using the generic z-wave device approach back in February but the second switch in the Zen30 does not report or maintain any type of status so it always shows as off in the ezlogic dashboard and Vera app. So it works but not right and is a pain as a result.
I don’t understand why I can’t get any response from support on when this device will be integrated.
Hi @ram The tests related to the problem you mentioned have been done and your interest has been sent to the department to solve this problem. I will get back to you when the problem is solved. Sorry for your wait, thank you
I’ve attempted a few different searches with no success, so I’m posting my query here (realizing I may have missed a forum/category somewhere that would be more appropriate for this question)…
I’m still on Vera - it ain’t broke, so I’m not gonna fix it. In fact, I have one in each of my two homes and they continue to be rock solid and reliable. But the writing is on the wall, and I’m going to have to plan to move to a newer platform soon, with Ezlo being the initial obvious choice. I have therefore been keeping a watchful eye on the community and, in particular, the announcements of device support.
We’re now at a point where I believe just about every z-wave device I have in both homes is supported on Ezlo Plus, but…no mention anywhere of Scene Controllers. I have several Leviton 4-button Scene Controllers (a couple of them being Scene Controllers w/the embedded switch), and they are heavily-used (i.e. they would be missed).
So, question…any plans to support Leviton 4-button Scene Controllers? Are they already on a list somewhere? If there are no plans to support that device (I don’t think they’re made anymore), are there other scene controllers (and I mean pure scene controllers, not scene-capable switches) that are or will sometime soon be supported on Ezlo (with which I could easily replace my Leviton versions)?
At this point, that’s pretty much the only device in my z-wave network(s) that is holding me back from making the switch to Ezlo. But as I indicated earlier, they would really be missed, so I’m not ready to make the jump until either I can continue to use the ones I have, or find a suitable replacement.
If there’s another forum where this query belongs, any guidance would be appreciated.
I would go here: Device Compatibility for Ezlo Hubs - Ezlo and search for the word “controller” and then do a second search for the word “mote”. There is also one by Nexia you can search for (that has neither word in the name). To find the types of devices you are looking for. The Zooz Zen32 might be a good option. I was surprised to see GE is still making one as well.
Leviton 4-button Scene Controller model is VRCS4-1L. The version with an integrated switch (I only have one of those) is VRCS4-MR. From what I can tell, neither is made by Leviton any longer, so I suspect that may preclude your offering support for it.
@shallowearth - thank you. Yes, I found the device compatibility page and actually searched on “Scene.” What came back was a decent list of battery operated remote-type scene controllers, but only a couple of true, in-wall wired versions, one of which is the Zen32. I’m not crazy about the Zen32 due to the design. The Levitons have four wide, easy-to-label buttons, while the Zen32 has the large button on top and four, very small buttons on the bottom. Perhaps a minor detail, but in terms of usability, being able to adequately label those buttons is important to me. Nonetheless, I have ordered a Zen32 and plan to replace one of my Levitons in my current Vera setup, just to give it a try. If it works well and I can live with it, then problem solved as far as having a compatible in-wall scene controller that will work with Ezlo.
That said, they do still manufacture/sell the Eaton 5-button scene controllers. I had a couple of those at one time and they worked quite well. I may put that Scene Controller on the Ezlo wish list, since it is a currently-available product.