First of all: I use a RaspBee II on an RPi4 in a HassOS / Home Assistant installation, up to here everything works - except for the Fyrtur blinds
I am also aware of the git issue “DDF for Ikea Fyrtur roller blind #6110” and that the new, correct DDF has been added to version 2.21.0.
The Phoscon app via Home Assistant is version 2.21.2, so I should be able to connect and control the blind without any problems.
However, when I try to pair the Fyrtur blind (as a light) I don’t see any device. In the deCONZ App/Rest API I only get a device with the name “battery” or something similar. Of course, I also tried to pair the range extender that came with the Fyrtur blind first, which worked perfectly. The result with the roller blind itself remains the same.
On the Discord server, Mimiix said to me today that the DDF might not have loaded properly. How can I make sure it loads properly?
Or is there possibly another solution?
If any further information is needed, let me know.
btw: after the last pairing I got a new device in Home Assistant, also called “Battery 5” but it only shows the battery status of the fyrtur blind, I think (it shows 50%, but the battery was fully loaded yesterday). It has no other controls available.
okay, that was my fault then. I thought deCONZ is the rest-api, as I described it on another place with “a chart with modules/device that are connected via a drawn line” nobody said it’s not the rest api, so I thought my guess is correct and didn’t know it better
Ok then, when it’s paired “correctly”, why I don’t get any controls over the blind or do I need to setup anything else?
I mean, I paired it as described in many how to’s (range extender as light in phoscon app and then the blind as light in phoscon app, after that both should be showing up in phoscon app, but just the range extender is there).
You have take a look in “sensor” and “light” section, because like have said @BabaIsYou is the name is changed in deconz, it mean the device is reconised somewhere in the API.
You can too check if DDF are enabled and if your device use it, in deconz / help / debug view, can just enable flag “DDF” to test and re-include the device, the flag “info” can be usefull too.
The last @BabaIsYou procedure can show you the DDF used by your device too.