The (battery powered) sensor devices are per definition EndDevices, since according to the Zigbee specifications they don’t have routing capabilities.
Why do you draw the conclusion that Homey is not working fine?
Devices keep lossing connection and they react very slow. I created a ticket with homey Support and they told me that i have to match devices connected to my homey. As a solution they told me to add gateways drom the deferend branches to make my Zigbee Network more stable. Becourse most of my devices are door and windows sensores from Aqara end a few switches from aqara, the most logical gateway to add is the aqara gateway.
Now i read on different locations that there are multiple version of the Aqara gateway and not all work with Homey. So i need to know witch version to order and witch homey app to use.
First of all, great that Ted is freely spending time to help others with the app.
I have bought h1 wall switches and have searched the forum. It seems that support was on it’s way but haven’t seen an update for a while. I have a switch, I can connect it to homey bridge, but it does not react to the app.
Is this because it’s not fully supported yet or an error on my part?
If you have 32 end devices, there’s not much “room” left for router devices, so using alternative gateways is indeed going to be required to “offload” Homey. Or use a completely different Zigbee implementation like deCONZ which has much higher limits (the Conbee II has a limit of 512 directly connected devices).