if alalrm.com supports 100 lights then it should support 100 statuses. That is as simple as that. Please update my account to correct status support.
I understand the frustration, but unfortunately it isn’t that simple and this isn’t a case where we can just change it.
10 is a full-stop hard limit, but it applies to a subset of light switch devices.
A little foundation is necessary:
Up until recently, there was a rather silly patent held by Lutron. They were essentially approved a patent on a light switch sending its status back to the controller when you flip the switch.
For a long time, Z-wave switches were simply manufactured without that ability. For those switches the controller instead needs to poll the switches constantly to know the status if it updates. The more lights you have, this becomes taxing on the network.
For the best reliability across systems, Alarm.com implemented this polling but set a hard limit of 10 devices to poll. This can’t be increased. ADC polls 1 light device every 15 seconds. This means at the max of 10 devices, you should see at most a 2 minutes and 30 second delay on status updates when changed locally.
Now that the patent has expired, new models have the ability to confer status right when they are changed locally.
Many of your lights can relay status without polling. They do not apply to the 10 device limit.
Most of your GE/Jasco devices do not require polling. Looks like the Spare Z-wave Outlet is a model without that capability, but the rest of the lights reporting as Jasco do not require the polling and do not apply to the 10 device limit.