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Flush 2 Relays – Compatibility specification

At Qubino we are regularly executing compatibility tests of our devices with Z-Wave gateways from different manufacturers.
Check the results in the table below.

Please note that the gateway (hub) compatibility was updated on 14.3.2018 and it may not include the latest testing data.

Supports Unsupported Check comment Testing Q1, Q2, … Module physical output I1, I2, … Module physical input
# Gateway Q1 (physical output) +
Q2 (physical output)
Q1 (physical output) Q2 (physical output) W W
(Q1 - phisycal output)
W
(Q2 - physical output)
kWh kWh
(Q1 - physical output)
kWh
(Q2 - physical output)
Temperature sensor Comments Date of last test
1 Zwave me Total W updated when polled. Q1+Q2 works but is not updated unless polled or lifeline is changed. 7/4/2018
2 Cockpit
3 Fibaro HC Lite v 4.130 After inclusion only root node is updated, all nodes work. Setting multichannel lifeline updates both relays but not root node.
4 Zipabox 1.3.24 Additional setup is needed. 7/4/2018
5 Vera edge v 1.7.350 Works with temperature sensor attached. 7/4/2018
6 SmartThing 000.021.00012 When temperature sensor is connected there is no Q1 and Q2 buttons. 7/4/2018
7 Devolo kWh will be tested. 7/4/2018
8 NETIChome Power consumption is shown for a last change of either relays on root node. 6/26/2018
9 Homey 1.0.4 Set multichannel lifeline. 4/16/2018
10 Eedomus 6/4/2018
11 Verbund
12 Domoticz V3.5877
13 Homeseer 3.0.0.368 kWh will be tested.
14 Piper 3/2/2018
15 Open zwave
16 Jeedom The measure of consumption is not automatic, we need to active the pooling (configuration: Values and refresh).
17 Indigo 7 kWh will be tested.
18 ImperiHome kWh will be tested. 1/19/2018
19 OpenHAB 1/24/2018
20 Zipatile 2/2/2018
21 SmartThings 3rd party Install additional device handlers(2 relay and metering child devices).
22 Schwaiger 3.3.0 kWh update after polling. 8/9/2018