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Control hue bulb with lightswitch (switch 2) from scenes



Hi all,

I have been searched through the forum(s) the last two days but couldn't find a way to make this simple task work.


I want to control the light bulbs for my nightstand directly from the lightswitch without removing the current. Thus I need to go the scene route but I don't know now what I need change in the parameters and how I would need to setup the block scene (or do I need a different scene type for this?) in order to achieve this.


Equipment used:

Double Switch 2

Hue color lamp

Fibaro Home Center 3 (V. 5.110.15)

Philips Hue Bridge v1

Hue Main Plugin (3.00 7.3.2021 latest version)


I was reading that I have to make adjustments to the parameters of the Switch 2 (I think I would have to set both parameters 28 and 29 to Key pressed 1 time).


Now what I am getting stuck at is the setup for the block scene - what would I set there so it correctly picks up the scene and then basically toggles the bulb (I usually want it always set to low brightness when pressing the lightswitch - or turn it off when its on).


In another forum i found the below which pretty much goes in the same direction and expands on this idea but not sure if you can send multiple scenes to a single switch?)


Thank you for your help :)






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