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August 23, 2019 at 3:00 pm #296280
I currently have my Qolsys IQ Panel 2 setup as the primary Z-Wave controller and my SmartThings Hubv2 as the secondary and it’s been working well for almost 2 years. When I added my 21’st Z-Wave device, it did not show up in SmartThings like the previous 20 did. I’ve tried unpairing/re-pairing, I’ve selected the option to “Manage Devices from Secondary Controller” on the Qolsys but nothing has worked. Is there a limit of how many Z-Wave devices the Qolsys can sync to a secondary Z-Wave controller like SmartThings?August 23, 2019 at 4:12 pm #296291
Looking into this issue further as I am unable to test. Reached out to Qolsys and may have more information for you.
What is the device type/name that you last attempted to add?August 23, 2019 at 4:39 pm #296294
If you go into settings – advanced settings – Installation – Devices – Zwave devices – Zwave settings – Under Device Limits you can select the number of devices you would like. Does changing these solve your issue?
In version 2.3 the z-wave device limit breakdown is as follows:
15 Smart Sockets
20 Door Locks
21 Other devices
6 Garage DoorsAugust 23, 2019 at 4:52 pm #296299
The device name is “master bedroom fan”. The device limits on mine are similar (I’ve tried increasing them as well), but the device is still not being sync’d to SmartThings.August 23, 2019 at 5:29 pm #296311
Commands have been sent to sync devices at this time. It does appear that the device is showing up in Alarm.com.
Have you run a Z-Wave network rediscovery? and Its still not showing up in the ST hub?
I’ll have to do some more digging as I do not have an ST to test.August 23, 2019 at 6:15 pm #296325
Yes, the device shows up in Alarm.com and can be controlled through the mobile app or on the panel. I just ran a Z-Wave network rediscovery and the device has not shown up in SmartThings.September 4, 2019 at 11:05 pm #298462
Any update from Qolsys regarding this? I’ve tried adding new devices and those devices aren’t sync’d to SmartThings either.September 5, 2019 at 1:54 pm #298529
Still awaiting additional information regarding any set limit etc.
However, removing and re-adding the secondary panel should cause devices to resync and be shared.September 6, 2019 at 2:23 pm #298711
I tried remove the secondary panel and it kept saying it was removed successfully, but the devices never disappeared from SmartThings. I then tried to clear the SmartThings Hub from the IQ Panel 2 and this ended up somehow clearing all my Zwave devices from the panel. Not sure how that happened but SmartThings was still able to control all of my Zwave devices. From what I’ve seen online, it may not be possible to make the SmartThings a secondary controller anymore which would explain why the sync with the IQ Panel 2 stopped working.
Also after I re-added all my Zwave devices to the panel I’m having an issue with a remote thermostat. One of them will not let me delete it (it was not added correctly). Could you delete the thermostat labeled “Failed Device” on my account? Also is it possible to send a sync command to the thermostat labeled “Maddy’s Bedroom”? That device reported the temp once and has not updated since (I’ve tried hitting the button on the temp sensor and the light just blinks). THANKS!September 6, 2019 at 3:16 pm #298731
Unfortunately unless the panel reports an error to Alarm.com for that specific device we cannot send remote deletion commands (nor would they work).
I’ve sent an update status command to the panel and all devices except for the one labeled Failed Device are reporting proper neighbor node info, however this did not spur the panel to report a malfunction on the temp sensor.
The update command applied as well to the Maddy’s Bedroom temp sensor, which should be functioning normally at this time.
When you say the one temp sensor cannot be deleted locally, what issue are you seeing when performing the steps? Is the panel not recognizing that the device button is being pressed while searching for devices to clear? Have you tried bringing that temp sensor close to the panel and going through the Clear Device process?September 9, 2019 at 1:38 pm #299264
I was able to delete the sensor labeled Failed Device. I had to remove the batteries from the downstairs thermostat (adc-T2000) which allowed me to remove the failed device (remote sensor).
I was able to get all the sensors working and since they are still reporting the temp, I appears they are still working but all 3 sensors show failed now in (this occurred about 24 hours after they were setup). Not sure why they report they are failed.
Regarding my initial Zwave pairing question, I was able to get the Zwave switch paired with SmartThings by adding it to SmartThings separately. Now both the IQ Panel and SmartThings can control the device. Going forward I’ll add new Zwave devices to the IQ Panel 2 then add it again to SmartThings.September 9, 2019 at 5:39 pm #299331
When you learned the temp sensors in were they in their permanent locations? They need to be. If learned up close and then moved they will have signaling issues due to the fact they do not participate in Rediscovery and only learn in via network wide inclusion.September 9, 2019 at 10:00 pm #299387
They were learned in their final destination. The sensors work, I can see each sensors temperatures in the mobile app and the temps change throughout the day so it seems like the sensors work properly. I figured if they were failed as the error states on the web, I should be able to delete them from the panel, but when I attempted to remove them it said it could still communicate with the sensor and wouldn’t remove it. I did not clear the device and re-add since the sensors still works but that maybe the next thing I try.September 10, 2019 at 9:53 am #299458
I did not clear the device and re-add since the sensors still works but that maybe the next thing I try.
Clearing and re-adding would indeed be the best next step if you are seeing malfunctions. Any luck?September 13, 2019 at 8:28 am #300051
I cleared all 3 remote thermostats and re-added them. They currently report the temperature with no issues but after about 24 hours of being added back, Alarm.com is reporting them as failed again. How can I resolve this?
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