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I don't think so, because it is, wat you write, a Zigbee 3.0 device. At this moment, to my knowledge, only Zigbee HA is supported.

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ia i can find zigbee 3.0 combines Zigbee HA and Zigbee Light Link.

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Introduction. Zigbee 3.0 unites most of the different application profiles, such as HA (Home Automation) and ZLL (Zigbee Light Link), into one com- mon application layer. Furthermore, it introduces greater test coverage for product certification, ensuring better interoperability for Zig- bee devices in the field.

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Just what i said. As zigbee 3.0 supports Zigbee HA does not mean that Zigbee HA supports a Zigbee 3.0 device. Just depends on the commandset the device is using. So cross your fingers.

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I added the Iphix Led driver.

Inclusion very fast without errors.

But not supported, ticked pending.

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What do you see in the devicemanager? A device without attributes or... ?

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Yes device whit no attributes

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Year ago I had a simular problem with the ikea wall switch (now fully supported). To force a successfull inclusion the trick then was to change the unknown device type into a known and usefull one in the device manager. In the meantime you can give this a try.

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I tried, no luck yet.

Thanks for the support.

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The Yphix Zigbee Led Driver is not supported at this time...They dont give a date but it shlould be supported in the future.

Ill give it a try with Philips hue to use it.... ( and Add you to my Zipatile )