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  1. The only rules there are for cameras and you do need a premium plan to use them. You should be able to find any rule you need for sensors under the doors and locks or lights and switches.
  2. Got a push notification that both of my freezer sensors were over 7000 degrees. That seems a bit warm. It's not the web portal, it's reporting the same thing in the app. If one had done it I would just figure the battery was going bad, but it's weird that they both did it at the same time. I guess both batteries could have went at the same time, weird. Since the other sensors show normal I guess the house isn't on fire.
  3. It's a pretty weird bug. I mean how does your code allow a device to show 7369 degrees for a temp that is around -5.
  4. I just bought a GE Z-Wave fan control on Amazon as I was in the store this past weekend and they did not have any fan control switches. I paid $37.00 for it on Amazon, so basically they are selling them at the Amazon price. Well you can save a penny.
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  6. I looked though and I didn't see this listed anywhere. I have a moderately sized system with only 60 devices so far and I have created quite a number of rules and scenes. I can only imagine how many some of the power users might create. Some way to save that info if the hub dies, or accidentally gets removed, would be great. Also a way to replace a device if it dies and not lose all it associated rules.
  7. I have wondered if anyone has tried it and what it would do.
  8. If I am not mistaken it should ask you to do a rebuild anytime you pair a Z-Wave device. It's been awhile since I paired something but I believe it did. It's pretty straight forward and yes, you just click the button and wait for it to finish, that's all there is to it. I believe, the powerline adapter rdisom is referring to just allows you to hook up a wired Ethernet connection through any power outlet in your home. I have a wireless bridge for that.
  9. You only need to move hub closer to get it paired. Once paired, you can move the hub back and then run the rebuild Z-Wave network. I can't recall ever having to do that with the in wall switches, but many have. So it may do the trick.
  10. I personally have asked Alexa to set a temp, what the temp is currently set at and what is the current temperature reading of the thermostat. These three things are pretty much all I really need anyway. Haven't tried to do any mode settings. Although I doubt the fan would work since you can't even control it through the Iris app.
  11. Sorry all mine are Z-wave.
  12. I have several of the GE switches they sell at lowes and they have all worked well for me. I have two small closets in two spare bedrooms that have lights and they are set to turn on and off when the door opens and closes. If you have the motion sensors already then it should work fine.
  13. I used the Ecolink sensors and they worked with Iris. right now i have them on ST. They tied into my ADT system with no issues.
  14. Yep, that is what I got out of it.
  15. I ordered a 12 Station orbit controller last year and they sent me a 3 gang outlet wall plate. A $5.00 item for a $100.00 item. So maybe that is their way of not missing orders they don't like. Then the manager at my local Lowes hassled me about returning it.
  16. I didn't get an email from Iris today?
  17. Don't know if it covers what you want to do but maybe reading through this thread will help.
  18. It's been raining quite a bit here so I have been rain delaying, but as soon as I get a chance I will test and let you know how it goes. Thanks for looking into it.
  19. Neither of mine show on the signal strength page and under the all devices they show N/A for signal strength. Apparently that is something that is not available for that device.
  20. Had you started that run manually or was it part of a scheduled run? In my case if I open the app when it is running a schedule it will not give me an option to stop the controller. If I start it manually it will.
  21. @thegillionThe new irrigation part is still not working just right. This morning I wanted to sop one of my controllers. The Iris app had no way to stop it, so I went to your portal. When I opened the controller page it showed the controller watering but the slide switch showed as off. When I selected the switch a dialog popped up asking how long I wanted to water. I hit cancel and then the switch was correct and I was able to stop the controller.
  22. One of mine is very close and one is about the same as rdisom's, and I have never had any connection issues. They do have many little annoying bugs that Iris doesn't seem inclined to fix, but for the most part they work.
  23. I have similar situation, my wife gets migraines and is sensitive to light when she has one, so there are many rules I can not set up because I can't have lights coming on automatically. Along with presence based rules it would be nice to have rules that only run in certain modes.
  24. Getting real close to bringing me back over to Iris. For me they really only need two things, presence based rules and running scenes based on motion. They added all the other scene based rules I but in a feature request for. They added rules so you can runs scenes on locks and garage doors, but not motion. A scene based on motion seems like such an obvious thing to have, I wonder what the problem with adding it is.
  25. I have two and I don't know the exact date I put the batteries in but I am sure it is getting real close to a year ago now.. Granted about 6 months of that was sitting in storage in my shop. Although they were getting turned on and off at various times due to running a schedule that should not have been used, as they were both set to manual. The batteries were left in them as I was worried I would have to reset and repair if if had them out of the system for that long. One of them is sending me an email saying the battery is low. Right now using Gillion's web portal it is showing 50%, but the emails will say it's in the 30 to 40% range.