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Controling RGBW through double switch associations



So... Has anyone managed to associate Double switch to RGBW so that pressing Double switch's wall button lets you turn on/turn off the led stripe? I've tried to associate both double switch's On/Off (S2) and Dimmer (S2) association groups but i've had not luck getting the LED to actually react to the wall switch presses.


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@HomecenterAssociation only work, if the involved zwave devices have the same security level. 



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for infos about associations.

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  • Im setting it up in HC2 which i believe only supports S0 security level in the first place...

    If im wrong, can i change device's security level within the gateway?

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    @Homecenter When you include the zwave device to the hc2 you can choose with- or without security. (If the device supports it) Look below.

    Once it is included, you can't change the security. You would have to exclude / include the device again.

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