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strange RGBW behaviour (all devices)


Lzyla
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I have several RGBW controllers in my setup.

Everything was working fine until yesterday or two days before, when suddenly - a scene switching on bathroom RGBW on motion sensor breach - started switching on other RGB devices...

I deleted scene, made new inLUA but exactly the same thing happens.

I checked whether the devices were suddenly groupped in settings but no.

The only thing that makes me think is one of advanced settings here:

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This setting looks like it is for syncing ALL the RGBW to operate together?

The funny thing is that I have never chenged this settings.

Anyone experienced similar problems?

The real problemis that the bathroom motion sensor was switching on bathroom floor RGBW, but now it also switched on stairs lights and outside RGBW lights which is not the best thing.

My other scene swithces RGBW off after 180s of sensor inactivity. It works as it is supposed to -switches off the bathroom rgbw BUT DOESNT switch off the others, that should not switch on at all!

HELP!

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