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Allow dim only from HC2


pablogiganti
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Hi,

I´ve got a Dimmer connected to 2 toggle switches, a bunch of dimmable LEDs and a HC2.

I´d like the switches to work as standard on/off switches (100% and 0%) but I also like to be able to dimm the lights only using scenes in my HC2.

Is that possible?

What parameters should I use?

 

Thanks,

Pablo

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  • Thanks for the reply.

    I set 19 = 100%

    The light is set a not dimmable because it won´t allow me to set the slider anywhere in between 0 and 100%.

    What other parameters should I set?

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  • What about the following parameters:

    32 = 2 >>> shouldn´t it be 0

    33 = 1 >>> shouldn´t it be 0

    35 = 1 >>> shouldn´t it be 0

     

    ...any other parameter you can think of?

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  • I set those parameters and now everything works as it should except that I can´t control the dimmer using an scene.

    In other words, I can go to the divise and control the dimmer using the slider but when I try to set its value using an scene, it doesn´t respond to it.

    I wonder if there´s another parameter I´m overlooking?

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