I would really like to know this as well. Just received the wireless switch (2018) with the key long press option, and would like to dim the lights when holding and stop on release. Any ideas how to achieve this?
Once the alpha version of the Fibaro app will be released as beta or stable release, a feature I added to this app will also be released: two new action cards for the Fibaro dimmers that initiate a start (dim) level change and stop (dim) level change. Which will enable more direct control and make the flows less complex…
See the teaser I posted over in the Remotec topic…
Yes, the same on my also. Side 1 is with the Aqara text and that is the side that i´ve started from. As i have side 5 for Kitchen lamps and side 6 for livingroom lamps with rotate funktion and each side has also a double tap funktion for turning off the lights, side 6 has on, dim, doubletap for turning off both living and kitchen so for the cube i have in total of 10 flows.
one side for living with rotate dim and off, one side for kitchen with rotate dim and off and one side for both together with rotatedim and off is side 1 as i allways want to end with side 1 up .
This kind of function is based on “standard” Z-wave commands. So I implmented it into the Fibaro app (as I used the dimmer-2 myself) and will implement it into my own Z-wave apps with dimming devices.
It is up to Athom or other community developers to add this to the other Z-wave apps with dimming devices.
The code is setup to be generic and easy to implement at other (SDK2) apps.
Zigbee also uses similar commands (step and stop), so it should be able to also add the same function to these Zigbee apps. I’ll check with @Kasteleman to add it to the INNR app as example.
Yeelights and Lightwave use completely different protocols. I don’t know if it is possible to add this function for these devices.
That really depends on the device you are referring to… Key held trigger can only be added from driver side when the device is sending an additional report when the key is released. Most devices don’t do this.
Yes, the Aqara have the capability to report the battery level as part of the lifeline reports.
I have not seen that the Xiaomi sensor is reporting this information.
The “new 2018 edition”… LOL
I have not seen, so far, that anybody reported on differences for these sensors.
But Aqara did show to make firmware changes without updating the product number (or informing me about it) before. And Ali typically does not show the product number. I don’t think there is a difference.