After disconnecting the power on both blinds one more time it seems to be working now.
I am going to Ikea this very weekend!
kudos to the developper!
Don’t forget; you need the gw too
No way!! That sux
Dutchies must have bought them all
In sweden they are called Fyrtur
A few minutes reading this topic, or look a few seconds in the app store. Gives you the answer.
That was my answer to the post above mine. But wesley deleted his
Ah, deleted mine as well…
I’ve submitted a new Ikea Tradfri gateway app this evening. It can take upto two weeks until it will be available.
It will use the latest node-tradfri-client, which hopefully will increase stability for many of you.
Also it adds blinds support done by lvhv91 (not tested by me, because I have LuxaFlex PowerView and not Ikea blinds)
I will ask the author of HomeyConz if he wants to submit and maintain his app on the homey app store.
I am also using Deconz, because of lacking Zigbee support on all other platforms…
On the hue bridge there are no events available, only polling and there is no full support for the ikea remotes, you cannot add them to the bridge and when paired directly to a lamp, no scene switch is possible.
On the Ikea tradfri gateway, hue lights stopped working correctly, adding them is near to impossible and setting of colours is not possible anymore, sadly it used to work flawlessly in the past. But still the ikea remote could not be used fully on hue lights, no scene / colour switch
On homey zigbee can be unstable on larger networks. Also the ikea remote is not supported.
Only with Deconz everything works well and combinding Hue and IKEA things is possible
I saw your conversation on telegram did you manage to get the latest version? Can you maybe share it if you have that? i hope homeyconz is the pluging that makes homey worth it again…
For version 0.5.3
Some of my comments on 0.4.0, not sure if it is fixed in 0.5.3:
the /api http post to register the key should be a raw message not x-www-form-urlencoded
it is better to not provide the username (=apikey) and let deconz generate a random key
with api//config you can get the actual websocket address (was 443 in my setup, not 9881)
I have asked the author if he is planning to release the app to the homey app store and if not if it’s ok I will do so and credit him.