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RGBW-devices (settings in HC3)


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Hi all,

 

After upgrading to HC3, I ended up with an ok configuration afte migrating everything and adding all devices - but there seems to be a bunch of things missing - which may be coming in an upgrade soon? I don't know.. But I can ask the question in the meantime;

 

I use a Fibaro RGBW controller for a LED-strip in a groove which I built in the ceeling of my newly renovated bathroom. 

The RGBW-controller is to be set with a specific color depending on what time of the day it is. At night time I don't want any blue in the LED-strip - only warm colors (warm white), and at day time I like to have a more bright white WITH more blue in the white light.

 

In the HC2 web interface, I was able to play around with the colors and set the device with the template existing there.

Is there anyone that have such a template for the Fibaro RGBW-controller for use with HC3?

 

I can write a script (of course), but testing different colors makes it really hard with a script.

And sure - I can use the mobile app - but it doesn't give me the HTML color codes which I got in HC2 web interface.

 

I'd appreciate any help.

 

/Peter

 

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