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Association with RGBW and set the color


mdejager
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hi,

I have a relay module and when I switch in on I would like an RGBW module to switch on and have the color red.

 

Is this possible with 'Association' or do I need to make a scene (I prefer Association)

 

I do use another scene to set the same rgbw device to green (so last color used would not be an option)

 

thanks for your help in advance!

 

Regards,

Martijn

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3 hours ago, mdejager said:

hi,

I have a relay module and when I switch in on I would like an RGBW module to switch on and have the color red.

 

Is this possible with 'Association' or do I need to make a scene (I prefer Association)

 

I do use another scene to set the same rgbw device to green (so last color used would not be an option)

 

thanks for your help in advance!

 

Regards,

Martijn

 

Hi @mdejager

I think you could do it with association but it depends on the type or relay module

I have TKB switches and a group 1 association will trigger a device at the same time.

 

The only issue I can see is that of you change the RGB from red to a different colour then it may retain that colour the next time it switches on.

 

If you did it with a scene and used a trigger in the header you could control the color as well

 

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@mdejager

 

i actually do what you are wanting to do but i have used a scene to perform the action instead of associations for the reason you mentioned above.

association would only turn RGBW on or off and last colour would come back on.

whereas scene means you set the desired colour regardless of previous selected colour.

 

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i have setup 4 different colour codes and autoswitching between the different sets with randomisation.

cheers

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  • thanks 

    that is what I am afraid of.

     

    I prefer association above scenes

    6 hours ago, AutoFrank said:

    thanks..Yes I do use a scene with a different color.. maybe I set the color first back the color I want to use with association... in the scene.. so when the associated device turns it on.. it will be the last color used... that would work.. do you thinks so?

     

     

     

    6 hours ago, AutoFrank said:

    Hi @mdejager

    I think you could do it with association but it depends on the type or relay module

    I have TKB switches and a group 1 association will trigger a device at the same time.

     

    The only issue I can see is that of you change the RGB from red to a different colour then it may retain that colour the next time it switches on.

     

    If you did it with a scene and used a trigger in the header you could control the color as well

     

    _f

     

     

     

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