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  1. Hello everyone ! I have a Problem ! I am trying to Dim my HVGC-480-L-AB mean well Led drive where support 3 dimming ways : ※3 in 1 dimming function (for B/AB-Type)  Output constant current level can be adjusted by applying one of the three methodologies between DIM+ and DIM-: 0 ~ 10VDC, or 10V PWM signal or resistance.  Direct connecting to LEDs is suggested. It is not suitable to be used with additional drivers.  Dimming source current from power supply: 100μA (typ.) So when I plug everything is working fine in the first place but my problem starts when I try to dim until off or when I push the off button from the home center interface or from the push button directly connected on the flush dimmer 0-10v its starting to flashing the led strip and it dosn't stop ! In the video you can see what is happening after the off button. Plz any help I would be grateful !!! IMG_7685.MOV
  2. According to the needs of customers, I designed and produced the scheme of 0-10V dimming for fibaro RGBW module. Through the conversion board, the RGBW module was separated into four channels of 0-10V dimming signals. At present, the test results are very stable. We can connect a lot of 0-10V drivers on each channel to control the dimming of a large area, whether it is constant voltage or constant current
  3. Has anyone ever connected a 0-10V controller to the RGBW module? Here's the problem that I am facing: I have connected a LED strip to the 0-10V controller which is connected to one of the channels of the RGBW module, say White. The dimming of the strips works great except one issue, it works in the opposite manner. It means that the LED strip goes to 100% brightness when I turn it OFF from the interface and when I turn it to maximum brightness the LED goes OFF. I have even checked the voltages from the RGBW module. It gives +10v when I turn it OFF from the interface and gives 0v when the slider is set to maximum brightness. I have got same results on other RGBW modules too. But, I was able to work around a solution on the HC2 using VD & LUA. But, I can't figure what I am doing wrong. Is there any way to fix this issue on HCL?
  4. Hi, Planning on setting up Qubino 0-10v dimmers with the Fibaro HC2. Does anyone know if these can be used in Lua scenes like the scene activation functionality in the Fibaro Dimmer 2? Thanks
  5. Hello to all, I'm trying to integrate a weather sensor with 0-10v analog Output to my HC2 using the Inputs of the RGBW module. While doing that I'm getting no correct voltage measurements. While measuring GND and IN1 or IN2 connected, I’m getting constant about 5V DC. While measuring GND in the Cable from windsensor (not connected to IN1) I get reliable results from 0-10V. Same with Light Sensor. As today was a very sunny day, it was the first time I could measure at the light sensor 5,4V on the RGBW and the cable. It seems to me, that if the sensor's Output is more than 5v I get reliable results in the HC2. What is it, what I’m doing wrong in this case? I’m desperate at the moment and hope for you help...
  6. Hi guys, I need a Z-Wave analog sensor, that is more precise (and more stable) than a RGBW module. Since my technical skills are very limited, I'm offering a deal to anyone who is interested in building such device for me. Requirements: - have to work with HC2, EU frequency - 4 analog inputs 0-10V - resolution 12 bit (4096 individual levels) or better - reports value on POLL or Level Change - device reports itself to HC2 as a temperature sensor, 0V=0°C, 10V=100°C - have to work with industrial 0-10V sensors, Rmin=1MOhm (IE: industrial watter level pressure sensor) - powered by 24V power source - no batteries needed for operation - DIN rail casing I'm offering 250EUR for a working device. Anyone interested, please let me know. Background story: I need to continuously monitor watter level in 3 separate tanks with HC2. I've tried to use RGBW analog input, but watter level was chaning very slowly (cca 0.1V per 14 days) so that RGBW was not able to notice that change. Translation into temperature is needed because temperature is one of the two variables that HC2 is able to visualize using weekly chart (the other is power consumption). Thanks beforehand, Ondrej Bajer
  7. I already read this previous topic dealing with classical in-wall rotary dimmers and the Fibaro dimmer2 module, but I think the following combination would work better. Your advice would be very much appreciated. The RGBW dimmer (FGRGB-101 / FGRGBWM-441) accepts 0-10V analog voltage input to control 12/24V DC low voltage lamps (LEDs or halogens): 1/ Can a cost-effective classical 0-10V rotary dimmer pilot the RGBW module which would then dim the lights accordingly to the input rotation? Like this one for example: 2/ If it works that way, how would the knob rotation of the 0-10V potentiometer behave with the direct control of the RGBW module from the Fibaro interface on a computer or mobile device? Suppose you have turned the potentiometer half the way to dim the lights up to 50%. Then you open the Fibaro app and switch off the lights. Do the lights switch off? If they are switched off, the potentiometer is still at 50%… What would happen then when you turn the potentiometer again? 3/ To prevent this apparent weird behavior, I looked for 360-degree (i.e. continuous rotation with no stop) optical or Hall effect absolute rotary encoders with 0-10V analog output, as a replacement for classical potentiometers: But in this case while the voltage varies linearly according to shaft rotation from 0V/0° to 10V/359° (1 turn) it also suddenly drops to zero at the beginning of the second turn (the voltage drops from max. 10V at 359° to 0V at 360°, just one degree further) like this: This graph is for 0-5V but 0-10V acts the same way. Not very handy for lights. It would have been more useful if the voltage stayed at maximum value of 10V after 360°. 4/ I then searched for incremental rotary encoders instead of absolute rotary encoders, but it seems an incremental version with 0-10V analog voltage output doesn't exist. Your thoughts?
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