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There is No LED Activity and My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock Sensor is Unresponsive

## The ZSE43 Tilt | Shock Sensor's LED indicator should flash once the battery tab is removed from the device for around 10 seconds, or any time you press the Z-Wave button. Are you not seeing the LED indicator flash, or is the device unresponsive to commands? To start, please ensure the battery is inserted correctly…

Recommended Accessories for Your ZSE43 Tilt | Shock Sensor

## For the best performance from your ZSE43 Tilt | Shock Sensor, ensure your Z-Wave network is strong. ### To power the sensor, you'll want to use the included CR2032 battery. If you've recently changed the battery in your sensor and find your unit is having issues, here are a few things you can try: 1. **Make su…

Can't Add My ZSE43 Tilt|Shock XS Sensor to Hubitat

# The ZSE43 XS Sensor is officially supported by Hubitat so it will work with the hub out of the box as long as the platform is on version 2.2.9 or higher. To help with the ZSE43 Sensor configuration, try the exclusion process first. This can be done even if it was never connected to the hub, as it acts as a soft res…

My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor is Unresponsive to My Z-Wave System

### If your ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor goes offline or is unresponsive to Z-Wave commands, try the steps listed below: Sometimes, interferences like metal elements and thick walls can affect the sensor's range. Essentially, range is determined by the individual structure of your home and the strength of your mesh n…

My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor Shows Offline in Vera

# Is your ZSE43 not responding to Z-Wave commands? It could be a range or connectivity issue. After including your ZSE43 successfully, the next best step is to refresh the connections in your mesh network. This is accomplished in Vera with a helpful feature called **Update Neighbor Nodes.** It will help Vera find the…

Can't Add My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor to Vera

Having trouble including your ZSE43 XS Sensor? Try excluding the device. This process acts as a soft reset to help with any configuration or inclusion issues. Here are the steps for excluding the ZSE43: 1. Tap the green **Retry** button in the bottom right corner of the app - this will put Vera into exclusion mode…

Can't Add My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor to My Z-Wave System

### Having an issue including your ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor? Let's begin by excluding the unit. Exclusion can also be referred to as "unpairing," "disconnecting," or "removing" a device. It's a type of reset that can assist with a variety of configuration or connectivity issues, so always start here. The ZSE43 do…

Can't Add My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor to Home Assistant

## If you're having issues including your ZSE43 Tilt | Shock Sensor, the first step to try is exclusion. Your device can be excluded from Home Assistant even if it has never been successfully included. Exclusion acts as a soft reset to help with any configuration issues. **If Home Assistant is having trouble recogniz…

My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor Shows Offline in Home Assistant

If your ZSE43 is included to Home Assistant, but is failing to update regularly and/or is unresponsive to commands, then you may need to heal the network. Interferences like large furniture, thick walls, or metal elements can shorten range. Even so, the range is determined by the specific structure of your home and t…

Can't Add My ZSE43 Tilt | Shock XS Sensor to SmartThings

Having trouble including your ZSE43? Excluding the device may help. ** ** Even if your Tilt|Shock XS Sensor was never successfully added to SmartThings, exclusion acts as a soft reset. It can help with a variety of configuration and inclusion issues. **Here are the steps for exclusion from the SmartThings app:** …

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