Isenberg

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  1. Yes, I had a ton of devices removed. Most of which I had already removed and the names were changed.
  2. I have not switched completely either. I am looking into other systems, also because of energy monitoring. This was one of the main reasons I got an iris system to begin with. I have not moved over yet but I am also not replacing any batteries anymore and once everything is done, I most likely will be done as well. Out of my entire system, I have a water timer, two door sensors and one motion detector that still have batteries working... the battery life on my system has been atrocious.
  3. straight from the Q&A... 7. We've been told that V2 will ultimately be in parity with V1. Does this mean all features and rules such as temp based device control, energy history on Smart Plugs, energy history on the meter reader? We are working diligently toward full parity. However, I’d suggest “all features” is a difficult statement as there may be things that we think we can do better. This means they may not be exactly as they were in V1, and there may be some new things that take priority over a V1 feature given their benefit to you. However, all of those things mentioned are in the roadmap and all within what I would call a “short” time span. The temperature rules I expect very soon. Also, we are working on an improved whole-home energy solution. We want to provide the best energy accuracy we can
  4. It is the V1 plug-in module. So, after writing this up.... I decided to plug in the one that had been sitting for a month, I reset it and now it works perfectly... of course it does, lol. I will let the other sit for a while and see if I can get it to pair back.
  5. Anyone having any issues with the v1 lamp modules? I had one completely quit working about a month ago, I unplugged, plugged it in, reset several time with absolutely. I success. I didn't think much about because I have had that lamp module since the dawn of iris... but then today I am having issues with another lamp module... the same thing has happened... will not respond... I can't even use the button to turn the lamp on and off... anyone else having issues?
  6. A drop of the sensor and re-connection should not be the culprit here. Not sure what is, but once a device has been bypassed to set the alarm, it does not reinsert itself into the alarm profile after it connects.
  7. I am sure it is more promotional than actually testing...
  8. Yeah, I have had more trouble with my lock than anything else on the V2, it worked pretty well on V1 but it ran through batteries like crazy... I can barely get it to work on V2.
  9. It constantly shows locking? I have had that happen... had to unpair and repair...
  10. This looks great! I may have to steal this idea, as long as my boss okays it.
  11. My front door is V2 sensor and I have actually had this happen several times with that particular sensor.
  12. Yes, there is and opening in the back to allow cords to pass through. It has not seemed to mess with its ability to hear.
  13. I know that some people don't like the look of electronics sitting out everywhere. There are a lot of ways to hide Alexa/Echo/Dot but I picked up a couple of these from Amazon and they are pretty cool. The first is a rubics cube in my kids bedroom and the owl is in our living room.
  14. The first Iphone came in a 4gb and 8gb model. 4gb is way more than you are giving it credit for...600mb is way more than what linux would actually use... and what software would they need that would be 1gb?
  15. My kids actually loved this last year... its way easier to code a bunch of fake sensors.... it not like this took a crazy amount of resources...