Note: if you turn on a light by “dim lamp A to 40%”, it gets registered as “by AppName”, or just nothing.
If you turn a light on or off by “turn on/off lamp A”, then it gets registered as “by FlowName”.
Similar issues have been reported with Philips Hue and Ikea Tradfri (but that’s zigbee). I’ve not read about any solution, apart from a workaround like:
Turn off Lamp Keuken
Turn off Lamp Keuken with a delay of 20s
I understand the assumption. Because of the History issue I changed the flows. Action is now Turn Light On, then 1 second later Dim to 40%.
This way the logging is better for finding the unexpected switching of the light.
Yes, I also have an extra flow.
If: Zone is inactive for 1 minute
And: Light is On
Then : Turn Light Off
I just looked in the history of a Fibaro Walli Dimmer and a Walli Switch. Switched on/off by Fibaro is listed in the history when I switched them manually.
Is it possible that a household member manually turned the switch on and then quickly turned it off again?
Ik believe 15W is some sort of minimum load for the Fibaro dimmer 2, otherwise you would have to use a Fibaro bypass (to add about 15W of load). But if the auto-calibration works properly, it might not be necessary.
Not fully what you ask.
Bu you can add “papertrails” to your flows. (@dijker is it still possible to have them automatically added to all your flows?)
This will at least show you which flows were triggered and executed.
For me this has helped me solve loads of issues.
(Discover flows that are triggered unexepectedly/ unintended)
Btw, although the lamp was off, the device tile of the Fibaro Walli Dimmer in the Homey app was still on!
Before that happened the first time, I changed the corresponding flows. I had always turned off the lamp with the flow card “Turn off” before. But now I replaced the flow cards “Turn off” by “Dim to 0%” flow cards.
If this was a coincidence or if it has something to do with the flow card “Dim to x %”, I can’t say for sure.
I changed the flow cards again, so that this hopefully does not happen again.