Worthington Distribution Knowledge Base

Using the Aeotec Wallmote with SmartThings

This article applies to the Aeotec Wallmote (2 button and 4 button) and the SmartThings hub.  See the video on this page for a demo of the process.

  1.  Add the Wallmote to the SmartThings Z-Wave network (go to "Add a Thing" then press the include button on the back of the Wallmote)
  2. In a browser, go to https://graph.api.smartthings.com/ and log in with the same credentials you use for the app
  3. Click the "My Locations" link on the top and click on your location (you may be prompted to log in again)
  4. Click "My Device Handlers" at the top, then click "Create New Device Handler"
  5. Select "From Code" 
  6. Copy all the text from the attached text file and paste it back in the device handler screen
  7. Click "Create", then "Save" on the next screen
  8. Click the "My Devices" link at the top and click on your Wallmote in the list
  9. Click "Edit" at the bottom
  10. Open the Type dropdown box and select "Aeon Wallmote" from the list (it should be all the way at the bottom)
  11. Go back to the app and go into your Wallmote in the list of things
  12. Tap the settings gear icon at the top right and select the 4-button option (you can adjust other preferences here too)
  13. Tap "Done"
  14. Go to "Automation" at the bottom of the app and add a new routine
  15. Create a new rule, but in the "Additonal Settings" section you can select your Wallmote and which button on it to execute the routine

      

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