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rgbw controller and Lua


ggoetz56
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Hi 

could some explain to me what kind of variable or syntax this command needs

fibaro:call(ID_RGB_CONTROLLER, "setColor", "0", "255", "0", "0") 

 

If i define 

local R_value = 255

fibaro:call(ID_RGB_CONTROLLER, "setColor", R_value, "255", "0", "0") 

 

"R_value" is not defined. The command fails.

I tried character and single numeric, global and local etc. or do i have to use a table for all of the 4 values?

I didn't find an example.

 

Thanks 

Gerhard

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1) open HC2 UI

2) create empty scene "Add scene in LUA"

3) you can see empty LUA editor

4) move mouse left and make hover on the your room / device RGB device and finally you should see

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just click on any methods.

FIBARO UI insert methods to your editor.

for example as I can understabd you ask how to set colors independ - yes as you can see setR setG setB what you wish.

 

good luck!

 

 

 

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all R G B W have to be defined - if off then define as "0"

eg 

fibaro:call(ID, "setColor", "0","0","0","255")

this sets my strip to White

 

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  • Hi

    many thanks for your response.

     

    I know the statement "fibaro:call(ID, "setColor", "0","0","0","255")" 

    Instead of setColor I can use setValue to change brightness or turnOff to switch off the stripes i.e.

    So far, so good BUT i like to use variables for "Red","Blue",Green","White"

    At the very first moment it seems easy to me to define

    Local Red = "0"

    Local Blue ="255"

    .....

    ::::

    fibaro:call(ID, "setColor", "Red","Blue","Green","White")

    Does NOT work.

    I tried Numeric, String, Array, local global, not at all. I even don't find any hints in the forum

    It seems with 

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    you store the last "colorset" of your stripes to colorSet i.e. you use "turnOff" to shut down your stripes.

     

    But how do you restore that? Not with fibaro:call(ID, "setColor",  colorSet)

     

    So i can't believe no one has ever changed the colorset of RGBW-Module except with use  of fixed values.

     

     

     

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    That is achievable.

    I use that myself

    Define the variable

    local red = 232

    local green = 45

    local blue = 55

    local white = 5

     

    fibaro:call(ID,"setcolor",red,green,blue,white)

    There are no "" around the words so the system knows you are asking for variables

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  • @@morpheus75

    That is what i tried first, seems logical to me. But failed.

     

    @10der

    that's all I get in the Aktion sektion. There is no Set-RGBW.

     

    I think I got the issue, its the new RGBW2 controller with 500er Chip. I m so lucky.

    Any one has experiences with this module?

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    here is the exact code i use:


      local r = math.random(175,255)
      local g = math.random(25,75)
      local b = math.random(25,75)
      local w = math.random(25,75)

      
      fibaro:call(ID, "setColor", r,g,b,w)
       
      i have a delivery of the new rgbw2 modules. i will check it when i receive them

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  • @morpheus75

    Thanks a lot your great.

    So I have some older RGBW-Module I just tried. They behave well!

    The math.random(x,y) statement means you use a value between (ie r) between 175 and 255 by random? 

     

    You know where to create a support-ticket? My last ticket is about 3 years ago:

     

     

     

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    Yes. The random gives me random colours when I turn strips on.

    Support tickets through the fibaro.com website

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  • OK Thank you guys very much!

    It will do its job. First of all RGBW2 is different to RGBW. So the commands are different.

     

    @morpheus75 Your right the type is numeric. I think the issue was i didn't define the White value (I don't need it, but have to define it) in a correct manner. So if w is nil  fibaro:call(ID, "setColor", r,g,b,w) fails without a debug notice even r,g,b  have correct values.

    @10der SetR() does no longer exists. This is a pity  because i have to change only one color, the other colors should stay at their actually given value. And these  values i don't know. I have to read it with fibaro:getValue(id, "color") witch gives me a string like "255,0,255,125" that I have to separate to the single values of r,g,b,w

    Must be something like gmatch() or so.

     

    Once more thank you for support!

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