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  1. 4 points
    thegillion

    Iris web portal V1.3.1

    I am moving the portal over to Cloudflare to better manage data and cache. Also, I can add SSL to the portal too
  2. 3 points
    JimC

    It's That Time of the Year

    I know some of you find it annoying, but I have two young kids that thought it was awesome last year! After the typical flipping out over seeing presents, they immediately asked me to check my phone to see if we got a photo of Santa. -Jim C
  3. 3 points
    TreeFiddyTech

    Iris web portal V1.3.1

    Great work Gillion! Up until 3 days ago I had not checked on this forum for a year or so. I was debating on switching all of my compatible devices to SmartThings and starting over with my build out. I have to say you have changed my mind. Your IrisWebPortal is the single thing that has changed my mind. I am still figuring it out and look forward to catching up on all the threads. I just finished reading this one and I am pumped. Thanks for the hard work. I will be donating to the cause for sure!
  4. 2 points
    It makes perfect sense that the FOB "pings" periodically, but two minutes doesn't make useful sense. Using Zigbee, its range if probably 100 - 200 feet, but unless you have a long walk from your car to the front door, that range is irrelevant since you'll be driving, and you can go a long way in your car in two minutes. The ping period needs to be configurable (with tons of caveats and disclaimers about battery life) to a period that is just slightly less than the time it normally takes you to park, lock up the car and walk to the front door. I have, however, programmed scenes that lock and unlock the door and attached them to two of the FOB buttons, and I have my phone get push notifications when the door unlocks, so if I don't here my phone beep, then I can press the button to unlock. A better idea might be a "FOB" that is plugged into your car's cigarette lighter (or USB if you have one) and is a full time Zigbee transmitter. That way Iris knows when your car is home.
  5. 2 points
    Vettester

    Merry Christmas!!!

    Merry Christmas everyone and Happy Holidays to all!
  6. 2 points
    A empty beer can balanced on the doorknob works well and is pretty cheap. Plus you have the joy of emptying the can in preparation for setting it up.
  7. 2 points
    thegillion

    Iris web portal V1.3.1

    Update 1.2.9 Added icon to the home page to see if your hub is on local or cloud processing. Updated All Devices page to show if a device is running on local or cloud.
  8. 2 points
    thegillion

    Local Processing Is Here

    @Vettester Look here http://iriswebportal.com/devbox.html You should see a new button hope it works.
  9. 2 points
    thegillion

    Local Processing Is Here

    @Vettester @Smitho and @Terk http://iriswebportal.com/devices.html You may need to click "Check for updates on portal" or ctrl+F5 but you should now see what devices are local and what are cloud-based.
  10. 2 points
    thegillion

    Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    If I can get past the login. I can add my own software to the hub like shane or bring texting back to the hub.
  11. 1 point
    With the list of devices that work with V2 but unsupported growing, I thought it would be a good idea to have them listed all in one place for reference. We will pin it here and keep it up to date for future reference Aeon Recessed Door Sensor (Model ZW089-A) Aeon Smart Energy Switch (DSC06106-ZWUS) Aeon Smart Switch Gen 2 Aeon Water Sensor (Model DSB45-ZWUS) Cree Bulb 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 Dimmable LED (BA19-08027OMF-12CE26-1C100) Cree Bulb 60W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) A19 Dimmable LED (BA19-08050OMF-12CE26-1C100) Leaksmart Leak Sensor Leviton 5A Incandescent Light Switch (VRS05-1LZ Z-Wave) Leviton Dimmer Switch (DZMX1 Z-Wave) Leviton Dimmer Switch (VRI06-1LZ Z-Wave) Leviton Dimmer Switch (VRMX1-1LZ Z-Wave) Leviton Electrical Outlet (DZR15 Z-Wave) Leviton Electrical Outlet (VRR15-1LZ Z-Wave) Leviton Fan Switch (VRF01-1LZ Z-Wave) Leviton Light Switch (DZS15 Z-Wave) Linear Dimmer Switch (WD500Z Z-Wave) Linear Electrical Outlet (W015Z Z-Wave) Linear Light Switch (WS15Z Z-Wave) Nanoleaf Ivy LED Light Bulb NYCE Ceiling Occupancy/Motion Sensor (Model NCZ-3043) SmartThings Temperature/Humidity Sensor (Model 3310-S) Everspring Screw-In Lamp Module Bosch Pet-Immune Motion Sensor (ISW-ZPR1-WP13) Bosch Pet-Immune Motion Sensor (ISW-ZDL1-WP11G) Ecolink Contact Sensor (DW-ZWAVE2 Z-Wave) Ecolink Garage Door Tilt Sensor (TILT-ZWAVE2 Z-Wave) Ecolink Pet-Immune Motion Sensor (PIRZWAVE2 Z-Wave) GoControl Dimmer Switch (WD500Z-1 Z-Wave) Dimmer GoControl Garage Door Controller Sengled Element A19 LED Light Bulb SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor Radio Thermostat Thermostat (CT100) Radio Thermostat Thermostat (CT30) Radio Thermostat Thermostat (CT32) Bali Blinds
  12. 1 point
    thegillion

    Happy holidays Iris device test list.

    I found a list of tested devices in the API this is just the first bit. Everything is in the file plus more info. tested devices.txt Plug-In Switch (12719 Z-Wave) lowes productId 650031 lowes.comUrl http://www.lowes.com/pd_650031-1353-12719222_0__ manufacturer Jasco vendor GE product cert WORKS pairing -Insert the plug-in switch into the outlet where you intend to use it -Press the button on the front of the switch. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairing Video Url https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Plug-In Switch (45853GE ZigBee) lowes ProductId 805614 lowes.com Url https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Zigbee-White-Remote-Control-Works-with-Iris/1000097958 manufacturer Jasco product cert : WORKS pairing -Insert the plug-in switch into the outlet where you intend to use it -If the device does not automatically pair then press the button on front of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairing VideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Plug-In Outdoor Switch lowesProductId : multiple lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS pairing -Insert the plug-in outdoor switch into the outlet where you intend to use it. -Press the button on the front of the switch. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pair VideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c0helDiV5gI Plug-In Dimmer (12718 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : 739124 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Insert the plug-in dimmer switch into the outlet where you intend to use it. -Press the button on the front of the dimmer.The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Plug-In Dimmer (45852GE ZigBee) lowesProductId : 805613 lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Zigbee-White-Remote-Control-Works-with-Iris/1000097956 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Insert the plug-in dimmer switch into the outlet where you intend to use it. -If the device does not automatically pair then press the button on the front of the dimmer once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Light Switch (Z-Wave) lowesModelId : multiple lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the light switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Light Switch (45856GE ZigBee) lowesProductId : 805616 lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-ZigBee-13-Amp-Single-Pole-3-Way-4-Way-Wireless-White-Rocker-Indoor-Light-Switch/1000097962 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the light switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed if the device does not automatically pair then press the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Electrical Outlet (12721 Z-Wave) lowesModelId : multiple manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the electrical outlet as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the button on the front once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/eU6l4okmMbg Outdoor Smart Switch 40A (12726 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : NONE Pairing -Install the switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the button on the front once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : Dimmer Switch (Z-Wave) lowesProductId : multiple lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the dimmer switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Dimmer Switch (45857GE ZigBee) lowesProductId : 805615 lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-ZigBee-5-Amp-Single-Pole-3-Way-4-Way-Wireless-White-Rocker-Indoor-Dimmer/1000097960 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the dimmer switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed if the device does not automatically pair then press the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Fan Switch lowesProductId : 650035 lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Z-Wave-3-Speed-Wireless-Rocker-Fan-Controls-Includes-White-and-Almond-Rockers/50353792 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the fan switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 1000W In-Wall Dimmer Switch (12725 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : 823599 lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Z-Wave-1000-Watt-Single-Pole-3-Way-4-Way-Wireless-White-Rocker-Indoor-Dimmer/1000167781 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the dimmer switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -Once installed pair the device by pressing the top of the switch once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Plug-In Switch (14282 Z-Wave) lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : NONE Pairing -Install the plug-in switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Plug-In Single Outlet Switch (28169 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : 892539 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Insert the plug-in switch into the outlet where you intend to use it -Press the button on the top of the switch. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Dimmer Switch (14294 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : NONE Pairing -Install the dimmer switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/c3HsWjaMOM0 Plug-In Dimmer (14280 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : NONE Pairing -Install the dimmer switch as described in the printed instructions included with your device. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Plug-In Single Outlet Dimmer (28167 Z-Wave) lowesProductId : 892538 manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : WORKS Pairing -Insert the plug-in dimmer into the outlet where you intend to use it -Press the button on the top of the switch. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/NNOZR9qrmpQ Motion Sensor lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jasco vendor : GE cert : NONE Pairing -pairVideoUrl : Water Leak Detector lowesProductId : 422362 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Everspring vendor : Utilitech cert : WORKS Pairing -Remove the screw on the back of the water leak detector then slide and lift off the face plate. -Remove the screw and lift the battery cover. -Insert batteries and press the button once. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/sLQ-yjJXoHU Screw-In Lamp Module lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Everspring vendor : Everspring cert : NONE -Turn off the power to the light then screw the light bulb module into the fitting and screw the light bulb into the module. -Turn on the power to the light and press the button. The hub will beep and the light bulb will flash 3 times when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : Smoke Listener lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : CentraLite vendor : Iris cert : NONE Pairing -Plug in the smoke listener. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : Halo Plus lowesProductId : 784504 lowesComUrl : http://www.lowes.com/pd_784504-83481-HSR781H___? manufacturer : Halo Smart Labs vendor : Halo Smart Labs cert : WORKS Pairing -Install Halo as described in the manufacturer's instructions. !Only pair one Halo at a time!. -Press and hold the center Halo button for 10 seconds. Halo will greet you and the light will turn blue. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/YEi3amjUP9o Halo lowesProductId : 784506 lowesComUrl : http://www.lowes.com/pd_784506-83481-HSR761H___? manufacturer : Halo Smart Labs vendor : Halo Smart Labs cert : WORKS Pairing -Install Halo as described in the manufacturer's instructions. !Only pair one Halo at a time!. -Press and hold the center Halo button for 10 seconds. Halo will greet you and the light will turn blue. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/YEi3amjUP9o Smoke Detector lowesProductId : 505522 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jarden Safety vendor : First Alert cert : WORKS Pairing -Slide the battery drawer open. -Insert batteries ensuring correct orientation. -Press and hold the test button on the front of the device. Keep it held down as you slide the battery drawer closed then release the button. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/HvjvKZHroyI Smoke & CO Detector lowesProductId : 505521 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Jarden Safety vendor : First Alert cert : WORKS Pairing -Slide the battery drawer open. -Insert batteries ensuring correct orientation. -Press and hold the test button on the front of the device. Keep it held down as you slide the battery drawer closed then release the button. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/HvjvKZHroyI Touchscreen Thermostat (Z-Wave) lowesProductId : 506274 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Honeywell vendor : Honeywell cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions and set the correct time and date. -Press the 'System' button once then press and hold both indicated keys until the thermostat screen changes to show up / down arrows. -Press the leftmost down arrow until the screen shows 'rf10'. Use the rightmost arrows to select '1'. The thermostat is now in pairing mode. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -To enable the 'Auto' thermostat setting use the leftmost arrows to select '0300'. Use the rightmost arrows to select '1'. Press the 'DONE' button in the bottom left corner. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/AoGGSI7yOio Thermostat (RTH6580WF Wi-Fi) lowesProductId : 171234 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Honeywell vendor : Honeywell cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to create a My Total Connect Comfort account and register the thermostat to it. -Tap 'Next' to log into your Honeywell Total Connect Comfort account. Linking your account to Iris allows information sharing between Honeywell and Iris. -pairVideoUrl : Touchscreen Thermostat (RTH8580WF Wi-Fi) lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Honeywell vendor : Honeywell cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to create a My Total Connect Comfort account and register the thermostat to it. -Tap 'Next' to log into your Honeywell Total Connect Comfort account. Linking your account to Iris allows information sharing between Honeywell and Iris. -pairVideoUrl : Color Touchscreen Thermostat (RTH9580 Wi-Fi) lowesProductId : 486110 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Honeywell vendor : Honeywell cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to create a My Total Connect Comfort account and register the thermostat to it. -Tap 'Next' to log into your Honeywell Total Connect Comfort account. Linking your account to Iris allows information sharing between Honeywell and Iris. -pairVideoUrl : Programmable Thermostat lowesProductId : 755152 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Linear vendor : GoControl cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions. -Press and hold the FAN button until the screen changes to the SETUP screen. Press and hold the UP button until the ZWAVE is shown on the status line. -Press Select. INSTALL should be shown on the status line. If so press SELECT. -When SUCCESS is shown on the status line press DONE to exit the ZWAVE screen and press DONE again to exit the SETUP screen. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/9tZgOjtAt8Q Nest Thermostat lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : https://www.lowes.com/pd/Nest-Stainless-Steel-Learning-Thermostat-with-Wi-Fi-Compatibility/999917946 manufacturer : Nest vendor : Nest cert : WORKS Pairing -Install the thermostat as described in the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to create a Nest account and register the thermostat to it. -Tap 'Next' to log into your Nest account. Linking your account to Iris allows information sharing between Nest and Iris. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/Bq3kD0-rhDA Lever Lock (FE599) lowesProductId : 451289 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Schlage vendor : Schlage cert : WORKS Pairing - For simplicity PIN codes are managed through the people you invite to your home. Iris will automatically delete any PIN codes manually entered on the lock itself. -Make a note of the 6 digit program code located on the inside of the lock. Follow the manufacturer's installation instructions. -Ensure the batteries are properly installed. Enter the six digit program code. Wait for the Schlage button to flash and beep three times. -Press the Schlage button once then press the number 0. The hub will beep when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/832ZYeImPI4 Touchscreen Deadbolt (BE469) lowesProductId : 434321 lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Schlage vendor : Schlage cert : WORKS Pairing -For simplicity PIN codes are managed through the people you invite to your home. Iris will automatically delete any PIN codes manually entered on the lock itself. -Make a note of the 6 digit program code located on the inside of the lock. Follow the manufacturer's installation instructions. -Ensure the batteries are properly installed. Press the Schlage button once and enter the 6 digit program code. The orange light will begin to slowly flash. -Finally press the number 0 once. The hub will beep and the green check mark will illuminate when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/ixGilW_L-Ms Touchscreen Deadbolt (BE468) lowesProductId : lowesComUrl : manufacturer : Schlage vendor : Schlage cert : WORKS -For simplicity PIN codes are managed through the people you invite to your home. Iris will automatically delete any PIN codes manually entered on the lock itself. -Make a note of the 6 digit program code located on the inside of the lock. Follow the manufacturer's installation instructions. -Ensure the batteries are properly installed. Press the Schlage button once and enter the 6 digit program code. The orange light will begin to slowly flash. -Finally press the number 0 once. The hub will beep and the green check mark will illuminate when pairing is complete. -pairVideoUrl : https://youtu.be/ixGilW_L-Ms tested devices.txt
  13. 1 point
    scunny

    New Kwikset Lock

    I think there's some long lasting problems and way over due fixes that should have been completed on zwave locks. I personally if buying again would go Zigbee on locks.
  14. 1 point
    thegillion

    Iris web portal V1.3.1

    Update 1.3.0 Added portal to Cloudflare and added SSL
  15. 1 point
    Vettester

    Iris Camera Quality

    The outside lights I'm using are 60 watt equivalent LEDs so I would say this camera functions extremely well in low light. There is not anything you can do to ignore faster moving objects, but I have found that auto-tracking works optimally on objects going less than 20 mph. I have noticed if a car is going to fast the camera will not even try to follow it. This camera also has the ability to setup customized record areas through IVS that includes abandoned and missing objects.
  16. 1 point
    OK... i tested the ALARM this morning, my alarm WORKED without internet connection...This is a big step in the right direction. Thanks!
  17. 1 point
    pavalov

    MS-DOS Smart Home Automation

    Needing to replace my X-10/Plug-N-Pow'r equipment is what led me to Iris. My modules and mini-controllers kept burning out, and the commands didn't always work b/c I have a 2-breaker box wiring system (the through-the-wire commands would often not make the leap between the boxes). One unique feature I really miss, though, was the "Random" setting for the lighting modules. It was used to make your house's lighting less "patterned" so that it looked more lived in when you weren't home. For instance, if I programmed a light to come on at 7pm and had it on the Random setting, it would vary the time that the light came on by as much as an hour each day. I wish Iris had such a feature.
  18. 1 point
    Smitho

    Iris App Version 2.6.0

    On the official iris forum there was an update on the status of offline processing yesterday. Apparently a lot of our devices have already been updated to handle offline processing but there is still some work to do before they flip the switch and turn it on. https://community.irisbylowes.com/t5/Feature-Suggestions/Offline-processing/idi-p/107/page/4#comments
  19. 1 point
    I've had Tier 2 folks recommend doing the Z-wave removal 6 or 8 times in a row to "make sure the system fully recognizes the removal of the device." Can't hurt. The factory reset suggestion often follows.
  20. 1 point
    Smitho

    New echo to be smart home hub

    https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/amazon-alexa/ Interesting... This article mentions grouping devices by room, so that commands like "turn on the lights" will know which room you are in and only turn on the lights for that room. If that is true, I'm not sure why this new feature is not getting more attention. I get tired of having to say "turn on THE LIVING ROOM lights", "turn on THE BEDROOM lights", etc... Sometimes I forget how rooms are named (Bedroom vs Master Bedroom) If a room has its own echo, it should be able to link the devices in that room so it can make some assumptions about "which device" you are wanting to control. Sounds like lots of cool stuff coming to the echo soon!
  21. 1 point
    Vettester

    Iris web portal V1.3.1

    I have found that when you use hotspots for motion detection with outdoor cameras you end up with a lot of false alarms. It's much better to setup zones and then use zone crossing to detect motion. Doing this eliminates false alarms drastically. it's too bad Iris can't do this.
  22. 1 point
    GaryS1964

    Mobile Phone App as Device

    Well 2017 is half over and we still don't have geofencing. Seems like this needs to be brought up again with the developers the next time someone has contact with them. Personally I would love geofencing. I have a Gen 1 keypad which is buggy at best and I can't mount it on the wall in my laundry which where the entry door from the garage is located because it doesn't have the range to work reliably from that location. Now we keep it in a drawer and set it out when we want to arm the system. Arming the system is a pain because the keypad does strange things and you have to try two, three, or more times before the system arms so often we don't set it when we won't be gone long.
  23. 1 point
    1. We have motion sensors in our mailbox to tell when the mail comes (saw this previously on this forum). 2. We have bypassed the timer for our pool pump and took one of the 110 lines and use a GE Iris Switch to regulate and schedule the pump. 3. We use an ORBIT IRIS hose controller mounted in a waterproof box (that would hold irrigation equipment) and hard piped the in and out water outlets instead of using hoses. We hardpiped the controller to a pipe in the pool system near the pump and put a backflow filter in. NOW when we want to add water to the pool we can do it with IRIS and don't have to be there or have a hose hanging in the pool. We can also schedule a water pattern to add water in small amounts to allow for evaporation.....
  24. 1 point
    Devi8

    geofencing

    I would like the ability to geofence my home and use my phone's wifi as the proximity sensor so I don't need silly arival sensors, I already carry my phone everywhere I go.
  25. 1 point
    I found on another site that if you replace the battery in closed position it goes into demo mode and does this. Demo mode or not, I opened each door/window and replaced the battery and problem fixed. I have returned contacts for this and still have other problems that make no sense, like a contactor closest to my hub disconnects and reconnects.... or a clear statement that says the smart plug is an extender also... Hundreds of dollars in this system and sooooo close to returning it all. Who is in charge of this division?