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  1. The Rachio Website still shows that Wink is updating their integration. Once this is done we can begin work on integrating with Control4. http://support.rachio.com/article/326-how-to-use-rachio-on-wink
  2. It should although we haven't tested that specific device. If it doesn't work we can make the changes necessary to get it supported.
  3. if it's the GE portable smart motion sensor then yes. Anything that uses zigbee, kiddie, or zwave radio needs to go through a hub wifi products like MyQ and thermostats do not. By the way, the thermostat driver supporting Ecobee, Nest, Honeywell and zwave is almos ready for testing.
  4. There are two MyQ drivers at HouseLogix. You can get the MyQ driver or our Wink Driver. Wink is an official partner with MyQ and is fully supported. You also get the added benefit of integration with multiple other products.
  5. No hub needed.
  6. The newest beta is available here: Or you can get a license from HouseLogix: https://www.houselogix.com/shop/wink-driver-pack
  7. We are happy to announce open beta testing for version 2 of our popular Wink Driver Pack. This version is a major overhaul with greatly expanded device support and will be a free update to everyone who currently owns the driver. Features Ring Doorbell button press detection Ring Doorbell motion detection Arlo, ArloQ, Nest Cam and Ring stick up cam motion detection Blind support Door lock support MyQ and other Wink garage doors Dimmers and binary light switch drivers supporting Z-wave, ZigBee, Philips Hue, Lutron and others Sensors including leak detectors, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, motion sensors and others Read access to any device in your account through a new generic Wink device driver Greatly simplified driver structure and easier installation with drop down lists of device names How do I get it? The open beta can be activated by having your dealer install the driver files linked to below and activating with the key “BETA”. Download How can I help? We are interested in any feedback you have. We are especially interested in hearing from users with blinds and door locks. What happened to the old drivers? The older drivers for different devices such as spotter, refuel, garage doors, etc. are discontinued in favor of a simpler driver structure. Now all these devices can be represented with a single generic Wink device driver. This driver will automatically configure itself upon linking with your account and setup all the appropriate variables, relays and contacts. This allows us to support many more devices and reduces the number of drivers that have to be maintained. We still have the binary switch and dimmer drivers in order to provide the appropriate UI experience in navigator. Your other devices can also be displayed in navigator by linking relays and contacts to the appropriate control4 generic device drivers. Details are provided in the documentation. Limitations and requirements This driver requires OS 2.9 or later Video on cameras and doorbells is not supported Wink is in the process of updating their integration with Rachio. We will try to add support for sprinklers when this is completed. We have not yet implemented a thermostat specific driver. It’s the next thing on the roadmap for this driver.
  8. We had an issue with controllers crashing right after the OS2.9 release due to some internal changed to the DriverWorks API not allowing certain function calls until the controller had fully initialized. That was fixed in October of last year. If you are still experiencing issues with the latest version(8.0.5), I would like to see what we can do to get it fixed.
  9. There was a change in the API. I sent out an update to Version 8.0.5+377. Everything should be back to normal.
  10. We are getting several reports of this and my personal install is doing the same. I suspect a change in the API on Apple' side. We are actively working on it. I will update you when resolved.
  11. This driver would be very useful. I played around with a prototype for lighting control over HomeKit myself. I have both an echo and several apple products in my system and think both would be useful. Sometimes you are near the echo which is very easy to use hands free. Sometimes you are away from the echo or even out of the house so HomeKit would be a great solution.
  12. Updates for followme and system manager went out over there weekend.
  13. I am seeing this on one of our test systems too. Looking into it.
  14. It went out via auto update.
  15. I should probably mention 8.0.2 is the latest version.