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RGBW 2 and toggle switch issue





I have an issue with RGBW2 ( 442 )  and Toggle switch installation with HC3 Home Center.

I use just White LED strip this case I adjusted the parameter Nr. 150 from 0 to 1 ( HSB and White mode ).

Also I modified the parameter Nr.23 from 2 to 4 ( Toggle switch just ON/OFF ).


I use Input4 for the Toggle switch and OUT4 for the LED strip.


The problem is when I switch with the Toggle switch the in the application the "Power Switch" ( icon ) dosn't change.


1, If in the application the "Power Switch" is on than the LED lighting. I can switch OFF with the Toggleswitch but in the application the "Power Switch" still reemain in the ON position. In this variant I can ON/OFF with the togglr switch without any problem.

2, If I switched off the LED strip in the application with the "Power Switch" ( push the icom ) and afte I want to switch ON by Toggle switch it is impossible. The LED strip and the application icon ( Power Switch ) dosn't react of any position for the toogle switch.


If anybody use HC3/HC3 Lite with RGBW2 and Toggle switch can share to me what is the correct parameter adjustment ?


I want to use Toggle switch just for ON/OFF the LED strip without adjust the Brightness. Brightness will be adjust just in the application.


Thank you.

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