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using Philips Hue remote as remote for fibaro dimmer2


Stegenga
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Hello,

i'm wondering if it is possible to use my philips hue remote control also for the lights that I have connected to my fibaro dimmer2.

I have integrated philips hue with my homeserver2 so I can control them by the homeserver. But it would be nice if i can change the lights also with the hue remote control.

 

My idea is te create a scene that reacts on changes that are made to the HUE lamps using te remote from philips.

Is there anyone who has some experience with that?

 

Greetings Wouter

(I'd like the fibaro Key Fob better, but i don't know when fibaro is releasing it).

 

 

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The Hue API doesn't support this. I believe that is only possible by emulating an Hue bridge and pairing the remote with it.

I never did it myself, but Homebridge can do this. After that you need to communicate the event with HC2. I see that there is a Homebridge plugin, that might be able to do that. Otherwise do a post/get from Homebridge to start a scene in your HC2. 

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