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Fibaro Home Center 3 Feature Request: “Device Calibration"


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It would be nice to allow a user to supply device calibration points for dimmers. I could imagine specifying actual dimmer device levels for 1%, 10%, 50%, 75% would solve most light level problems. For example I would want to have 1% calibrated to the minimum value that a bulb starts producing light without flickering. For some bulbs I am up to 25% before it even turns on. When I make a request for a dimmer value It would make sense if the system looked at the two nearest calibration points and calculated a number that is appropriate. For instance if I tell the system to interpret 1% to equal 25% and also to 10% equal to 30%, then when I request a level of 5% it will do some math and give me a value halfway between 25% and 30% or a rounded up value of 28%. I would imagine in the GUI a 4 point drag line  on a graph would make this an easy way for a user to set the calibration levels.

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It is now possible, everything is available in device parameters.
You can override automatic calibration settings as you wish.

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Sorry for hijacking this topic.

Would it be possible to support "Device Calibration" for Fibaro Themostat via Web GUI also?

Right now I can select this via PIN and white light.


(I don't know why but I have to recalibrate some thermostats sometimes)?


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