Here you will find information regarding the Z-Wave UI v1.0 and further information on using the legacy Z-Wave Core plugin, v3.
- Z-Wave UI: 1.0
- Z-Wave Core: 126.96.36.199
Information on installing the UI and the Core plugin.
- Updating Z-Wave Plugin — Information on updating an existing Z-Wave plugin.
Information on adding Z-Wave devices to your network
Information on removing Z-Wave devices from your network
Information on adding Z-Wave interfaces to your HomeSeer platform.
Information on managing the Z-Wave interfaces connected to your HomeSeer platform.
Information on how to update your Z-Wave device firmware.
Information on using the different types of Z-Wave device diagnostic tools built into the plugin.
- Rescan — Information on a Z-Wave device rescan.
- Remove Bad Node — Information on removing a bad Z-Wave node from HS4
- Test Connectivity — Information on performing a connectivity test on a Z-Wave device.
- Full Optimize — Information on performing a full optimization of your Z-Wave Network
Information on using the many advanced controller functions.
- Add Unsecure — Information on adding a device using the unsecure inclusion method of Z-Wave.
- Node Test — Information on performing a Node Test on a Z-Wave network
- Restart Interface — Information on restarting your Z-Wave interface.
- Backup Interface — Information on backing up a Z-Wave interface on the HomeSeer platform.
- Restore Interface From Backup — Information on restoring Z-Wave network to a hardware interface on the HomeSeer platform.
- Reset Data — Information on performing a Reset Data on a Z-Wave network.
Information on using the Legacy Z-Wave plugin, version 188.8.131.52 or earlier.
- Adding and Removing Z-Wave Devices — Information on adding and removing a Z-Wave device via the Z-Wave core legacy menu.
- Adding a Z-Wave Controller — In order to control Z-Wave devices, such as light switches, thermostats, door locks and sensors, they must be included into a Z-Wave “network”. Follow the steps below to add your Z-Wave controller and create a Z-Wave network.
- Displaying Status of Two Sensors with One Icon (HS3) — How-to display status of two sensors with one icon in HS3. Note: This will work in HS4 but the steps included graphics are inaccurate.
- Erasing a Z-Wave Controller — The erase operation deletes all Z-Wave information from your controller. It also removes the Z-Wave node ID from all of your existing Z-Wave devices. After this procedure, your devices will no longer function. You will need to re-add your devices. If you plan on restoring your Z-Wave node information from a backup file, use the "Restore a Network to this Interface option".
- Importing Z-Wave Devices — Importing devices will pull the Z-Wave devices from your interface into your Devices page. This can be useful if your system stops working and you do not have a backup, or if you are using an Aeon Labs Z-Stick to add devices that live far away from your HomeSeer system.
Information regarding Settings for the Z-Wave UI plugin.