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Howto create alternating mode with rgbw controller?


PieterQu

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Hi!
I am trying to get a Fibaro RGBW in alternating mode with a toggle switch. But I can't figure it out. Following the manual (switching the 'earth' on the 4 inputs) I cannot get it to work the way I want.
Bottom line…: if I turn off the LED with the switch, I can no longer turn the LED on with the homey pro 2019.
Does anyone have a tip?

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@PieterQu

Hello.
Use the settings of section 20-23 and set the Toggle switch mode (value 3).
This setting applies to scene control. You will then have to create a scene in your controller and then control this scene with a toggle switch.

If you want rgbw2 directly control (without scene), you have to replace your wall controller with a button.

eM.

 

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  •  Hi! Thanx for your answer and sorry that it took so long to respond. As soon as I read your reply I dived into the matter again. It looks lik that I cannot configure scenes using a Homey Pro and I have to reconsider my plans….?

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    @PieterQu

    Look for something like Central Scenes in your device.

    It is an implementation of the Central Scenes class, (activation, controll, notification,..), where you use parameters to transfer the state of the control element (click, double-click, triple-click, hold, release).

    Some info for Homey, hopefully it will show you the way:

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    Detailed information here, based on the Z-Wave Alliance specification:

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