@Kevin_M_Speer, thanks for the screenshots. I don’t see any immediate issue in your rule setup. Can you take a look of the Rule Execution log and post the log here so I can have a better idea about its execution performance. You can find the Rule Log from ... menu at right-top when editing the rule. (As well as the rule screenshot feature too, which screenshots the whole rule setup in one image.)
Maybe you didn’t clarify because it should’ve been obvious
The time stamps suggest the rule is executing pretty fast, but I wonder if that’s because it doesn’t represent any time window smaller than a whole second? There is definitely a noticeable delay in the lights coming on… wonder if it’s related to speed of the light control or motion sensor?
@Kevin_M_Speer, it seems the rule triggering and condition checking was pretty fast for this rule execution, but I did notice that the device command (setLevel) seemed to take longer than expected (~2 seconds, instead of < 1 second)
Attaching the time stamps on another “set level” rule that is triggered by a common motion sensor and which then sends a set level command to two devices: a wifi bulb (garage entry light) and a Zooz in-wall dimmer. I’m starting to suspect it’s the Zooz switches. Have you heard of these devices being slow? There must be some reason why they are so inexpensive…
@Kevin_M_Speer, my zooz zwave switch responses pretty fast in my setup. (<1 second) So I don’t think it’s device specific issue, however have you tried turn it on/off through the SmartThings app and if the latency can be observed?
@Kevin_M_Speer, I wish I have a more direct answer for you, but unfortunately there can be several reasons causing this. You may try to repair zwave network or adding the zwave repeater to see if it helps. See the discussion below for more details.
The other thing to consider is that these are cloud executions. The SharpTools rule engine for sure, and also with ST natively, as you are probably using Zooz’s DH. Unfortunately with cloud executions, a bit of latency is the norm.