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Red channel light on and then dim out on pressing B


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Hello guys!

 

I'm trying to run FIBARO RGBW controller in my testing environment and it seems like it is broken or i'm doing something incorrectly. When I turn on the power supply the controller is not including to the network (the z-wave hub is in the device adding mode, ofc) and when i press B on the controller, the red channel light on and then dim out. I didn't find any explanation in manuals what does that mean. 

 

What could be the problem?

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  • Well, seems like i made it to work.

     

    I pressed B button like crazy (not for a first time, though), and after some clicks the red changed to green and eventually it turned to a permanent white. After that, any next power on turns the white light on as well and the controller started the network inclusion process. So, it works fine now. I'm not sure what was that, maybe someone can explain. I'm going to buy a few more controller to power all my LED strips in the house, so i hope it won't happen again :) 

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