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Zipato RGBW led bulb


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Hi, i've bought the LED bulb from Zipato and i included it in the home center, but i can only change the light intensity and none the color of the light.

I have only one dimmer control, instead of the two i saw in the instruction manual.

Someone has the same problem?

I run the latest version of Home Certer 2 software.

 

Thanks.

 

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  • thanks for the reply, i found that the parameter 2 should be the shock motion sensor sensibility (0 to 16)

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    So still the Zipato RGBW bulb is NOT fully supported, isn't it?

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    So still the Zipato RGBW bulb is NOT fully supported, isn't it?

    No, it IS supported in 4.037, fully, with all colors. It's just not a very good lamp: enough strength of light (lumen) in white but in the main colors the strength is low. I guess there are say six led's inside in the lamp and when they are working all together they give sufficient lumen, but when some led's are left out to create a colour the lumen drops drastically.

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    No, it IS supported in 4.037, fully, with all colors. It's just not a very good lamp: enough strength of light (lumen) in white but in the main colors the strength is low. I guess there are say six led's inside in the lamp and when they are working all together they give sufficient lumen, but when some led's are left out to create a colour the lumen drops drastically.

    Totally agree with wienog.

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