I am still having this issue almost every day... Anyone solved this bug yet?
I have tried to look at Lindehoffs code but since I am not a programmer (haven't done any programming last 25 years...
) I am having trouble finding the cause of this problem.
Using the Verisure API code from Per Sandström at https://github.com/persandstrom/python-verisure
works perfectly fine when I run it in my local terminal window. I see that Per Sandströms library has been updated to version 1.5.3 on June 2nd while Lindehoffs plugin uses a much older version.
I am not sure if this is causing the issue or if it is something else in Lindehoffs code on top of the Verisure API library from Per Sandström that is causing these problems.
I might have to start looking at other alternatives soon. I have found some examples of using Verisure Smart Plugs.
I can then connect a Fibaro Single Switch 2 (with 2 inputs) and use those two inputs to get status from two different Verisure Smart Plugs.
One Verisure Smart Plug could for example be used to for showing status of alarm (Unarmed = OFF and Armed = On) and another Verisure Smart Plug can be used for sensing the lock status of a Yale Doorman lock (Unlocked = OFF and Locked = ON).
I can the read the status of the two different inputs S1 and S2 on the Fibaro Single Switch 2 and then create scenes, events etc based on that.
Only problem with this solution is that I can not see which user is unarming or arming the alarm but at the moment I can live without that functionality.
Here is a Swedish forum where I user has done this solution:https://www.zwaveforum.se/viewtopic.php ... 421#p20827