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  1. Yeah, none of the v1 hardware works with ST.
  2. I have a few as well, I never liked the looks of them but I liked the battery life and reliability.
  3. I agree I'm using a number of my old v1 hardware (mostly contact sensors but one button as well) on my parents Hubitat, in fact I was running that system offline for about 6 months with an Aeotec Gen 5 Doorbell loaded with a bunch of pre-made mp3 files for speech notifications and a variable in the user interface for text notifications with all automations and notifications for water leaks and doors left open working perfectly. However since then they've gotten internet so they could get notifications when not at home as well. The only v1 device I know doesn't work with Hubitat is the keypad
  4. I don't have any v1 devices here but I have a number of them on my parents hub and they haven't had any issues with them. I had issues with multiple devices on one side of the house dropping off every week or two and battery life issues on those devices then the battery died in one of my Iris v2 sensors and I couldn't get to it to replace the battery for a few months and everything was stable in that time. Spring finally came around and I could replace that battery and all of a sudden things on that side of the house started dropping off again so I've had the battery out for about a mont
  5. I'd been holding onto the Iris v1 keypads in the hope that Hubitat would eventually support them however I have purchased a few more v2 pads to replace them, I have two of the v1 pads if anyone is interested. I think I read Systronics RF supports them? I'll probably throw them out in a week if no one is interested. Thanks.
  6. I take it you had a port open in your firewall to the Iris camera?
  7. Not all smart apps support the new ST app fully yet. The new ST app uses different Groovy display requirements than the old app did. The developer for the one smart app I'm still running on ST said he hasn't had time to rewrite it yet but is planning on it. So for now I'm still on the old app.
  8. I bought a Petnet SmartFeeder (2nd generation) about a year ago and the first 1 I had worked for about a week but then wouldn't talk to their cloud anymore. They sent me a new one and it has worked perfectly since then. The 1st gen unit didn't have a locking lid and I guess pets could get it open and I don't know if you could disable the manual feed button on it either but both of those issues were resolved in the 2nd gen. One time it fed way more than expected but it only happened once in the last year. It hasn't ever missed a feeding even when the internet was down since the schedule get
  9. I have a few of the gen1 keypads sitting on a shelf hoping one day i could use them again not for their looks but they worked great until Iris went under. As far as the cameras go i gave all of mine to my parents and configured them via the http put commands for use with Blue Iris, their serving them well so far, of course they have nowhere near the quality of night resolution of my Dahua Starlights but my Dad was happy with them for free.
  10. Mike, the main driver developer for Hubitat was planning to look into this about 8 months ago but I've never heard that he made any headway. He wrote drivers for most of the other v1 devices he just never got the keypad working enough to release it I think.
  11. Unfortunately, I doubt there is anyone still employed to help you with that.
  12. @Vettester is the Home+ 4 app worth the $14? Thanks.
  13. Hubitat updated their supported list with reset/pairing instructions for most everything they support including most of the Iris devices https://docs.hubitat.com/index.php?title=List_of_Compatible_Devices
  14. That sucks that they pulled the videos!
  15. Terk

    Arcus Smart Home

    If the camera is working with your wifi you should be able to find it via your routers DHCP list.