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RGBW 2 module configuration output/input


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I need some assistance regarding a configuration of the rgbw 2 module in output/input mode.


I have 4 led strips ( one colour 12v 3000k ) each connected to one output of the module.

I need to be able to control them all at the same time and synchronised by using just the IN1 button.


Basically IN1 should be able to control O1+O2+O3+O4 at the same time.


Since I'm using device grouping to display just one device ( grouping O1 with O2,O3 and O4, and that works fine when using HC2 interface ) the problem is that the IN1 just operates the led strip that is on O1.


How can I do this the best way? I tried to connect all inputs to the same button ( hardwired ) but sometimes it does not register some inputs, so I think I should just connect to IN1.


I could configure the mode to rgwb and use IN1 to control it, but it appears as a rgbw device when it is not and I need it to show up as one single dimmable light. 


Can I use associations with the same module somehow? 


Thank you very much




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Good morning
I also had the same problem, 4 rgbw strips controlled by a single switch.
I solved it by buying a new controller and used only to use i
4 IN to turn on and off the other 4 rgbw connected together as one.
This is a flaw of the device that does not have a switch to be able to turn everything on and off.

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