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RGBW Controller as 4x White Dimmer



I Have a RGBW Controller 2 with singel White LEDs on it. In the Fibaro Home Center 2 the device is shown as a LED RGBW Device but i need to have 4 single Devices for each White LED. On My RGBW Controller 1 (on witch i have my RGB LED Strip on) i can change it (see attached) , but i dont find the setting on the RGBW Controller 2.

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Where can i change my RGBW Controller 2 to "Output/Input"?

Earlier i could change it when i pair the RGBW Controller to Home Center but now there is not comming any message after successful pairing.
Thanks for Helping... And sorry for my bad Englisch.

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I'm about to wire up a new house using Fibaro stuff and this question worries me - I have a quite a few RGBW controllers that I was planning to have controlling 4 x white LED strips in different locations.


Is that possible or do I need 4 x controllers, one for each LED strip?

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  • Well. I also have to say that my problem is Solved. I Was looking to the Wrong Subdevice. I now can Control with my LEDs with 4 single White LED strip.

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