Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Sorry for the confusion.
I'll do a detailed report with screenshots and logs tomorrow.
Appreciate the help!

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Mon May 11, 2020 8:17 am
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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Hi Matt

Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 D5 2F
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 D5 00 00 02 3C (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 D6 3C
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 D6 00 00 02 3F (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 02 00 00 00 00 C9
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.2 W (float: 0.200000)


Brightness parameter seems to work. i.e. only colour I get is red; and brightness seems to dim/brighten it.
Here:

Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 E5 1F
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 E5 00 00 02 0C (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 E6 0C
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 E6 00 00 02 0F (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)
Z-Wave received "Bathroom RGBW 2" power load to 0.1 W

11 May 2020 at 15:09:55
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setRgbColorValues: 01 11 00 13 09 0A 33 05 03 02 F2 03 00 04 00 00 25 E7 FE
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setRgbColorValues: 01 07 00 13 E7 00 00 02 0E (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "Bathroom RGBW 2" set color to 95 0 0, --
Z-Wave Debug queueing energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setRgbColorValues: 01 11 00 13 09 0A 33 05 03 02 B0 03 00 04 00 00 25 E8 B3
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setRgbColorValues: 01 07 00 13 E8 00 00 03 00 (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "Bathroom RGBW 2" set color to 69 0 0, --
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)

It's not alway repeatable . By that I mean sometimes changing the colour picker doesn't cause anyway z wave commands to be sent.

Changing blue when it does work for example:
Z-Wave sent "Bathroom RGBW 2" set color to 6 0 90, --
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 F0 0A
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 F0 00 00 02 19 (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 F1 1B
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 F1 00 00 02 18 (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)
Z-Wave received "Bathroom RGBW 2" power load to 0.1 W
Z-Wave Debug SENT setRgbColorValues: 01 11 00 13 09 0A 33 05 03 02 0F 03 00 04 C0 00 25 F2 D6
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setRgbColorValues: 01 07 00 13 F2 00 00 03 1A (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "Bathroom RGBW 2" set color to 6 0 75, --
Z-Wave Debug queueing energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 F3 09
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 F3 00 00 02 1A (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 F4 1E
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 F4 00 00 02 1D (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)

Which causes no change in colour i.e. only red stays lit regardless.

As I said the colour picker doesn't seem to always function correctly and frequently no z wave commands are sent. Hard to repeat easily.

Altering the RGB or W directly only works again on red

Z-Wave received "Bathroom RGBW 2" power load to 0.2 W
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 02 26 01 0E 25 FD 73
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 FD 00 00 03 15 (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Red" set brightness to 14
Z-Wave Debug queueing energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 03 26 01 17 25 FE 68
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 FE 00 00 02 17 (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Green" set brightness to 23
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 03 26 01 4E 25 FF 30
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 FF 00 00 02 16 (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Green" set brightness to 79
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 04 26 01 17 25 01 90
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 01 00 00 02 E8 (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Blue" set brightness to 23
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 04 26 01 32 25 02 B6
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 02 00 00 02 EB (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Blue" set brightness to 50
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 04 26 01 49 25 03 CC
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 03 00 00 02 EA (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - Blue" set brightness to 74
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 04 FE
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 04 00 00 02 ED (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 05 EF
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 05 00 00 03 ED (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)
Z-Wave received "Bathroom RGBW 2" power load to 0.1 W
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 05 26 01 1A 25 06 9B
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 06 00 00 02 EF (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - White" set brightness to 26
Z-Wave Debug queueing energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug SENT setMultiLevelValue: 01 0E 00 13 09 07 60 0D 01 05 26 01 53 25 07 D3
Z-Wave Debug RCVD setMultiLevelValue: 01 07 00 13 07 00 00 03 EF (node ACK)
Z-Wave sent "009 - White" set brightness to 84
Z-Wave Debug ignoring duplicate energy request of "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (activity detected)
Z-Wave Debug polling status of node "009 - Bathroom RGBW 2" (post-activity energy request)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 00 25 08 F2
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 08 00 00 02 E1 (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 14 00 04 00 09 0E 32 02 21 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 BD
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 4400...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.00 kWh (float: 0.000000)
Z-Wave Debug SENT requestMeterLevel: 01 0A 00 13 09 03 32 01 10 25 09 E3
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 07 00 13 09 00 00 02 E0 (node ACK)
Z-Wave Debug RCVD requestMeterLevel: 01 10 00 04 00 09 0A 32 02 21 32 00 01 00 00 00 00 CA
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: node 009, endpoint None, meterType 01, raw value 3200...
Z-Wave Debug . . requestMeterLevel: 0.1 W (float: 0.100000)

Apologies it's not 100% clear. Partly issues with the colour picker and issues with with the Fibaro device.

Cheers

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Wed May 20, 2020 7:40 pm
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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

So it sounds like when using the color picker sometimes blue works as well (above you say "Changing blue when it does work for example")?

The problem where using the color picker sometimes does nothing might just be that the color swatch in Indigo's main window UI isn't selected. The macOS color picker panel is a bit funky in that it inspects and only changes the selected color well (in any app there can be multiple color wells), and it can be easy to end up with the wrong (or no) color well selected. So in Indigo's Main Window click on the color well and you'll notice how it toggles between a selected and non-selected state (we could probably improve that and have it never deselect when clicking on it), then try changing the color in the color picker panel again.

I'm not sure why controlling the individual R, G, B, W devices via the sliders (one per device) isn't working. The Event Log above definitely shows Indigo sending commands to the correct Z-Wave "endpoints" for each color slider you change. I'm going to email the other two Indigo users on this forum to see if they ended up having success with the module or not. I'll also ask them to post the firmware version of the modules they have.

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Hi Matt,,

My device is working fine, other than having to fiddle the control as its powering a white temperature changing strip, rather than a RGB strip, so I use the red channel for warm white and blue channel for cool white, and nothing on green or white outputs. Both red and blue channels work fine and always respond, although I dont use the colour picker. Mostly the channel levels are set either via action groups or from node-red interpretting an Alexa temp, and setting the levels from there.

This is the sync log.

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Z-Wave                          Syncing - started for "Kitchen cabinet master"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved module neighbors list: 13, 28, 66, 90, 94, 95, 98, 102
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - assigning return route to "106 - Kitchen cabinet master"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - assigned return route
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved manufacture and model names: Fibaro System - 010F, RGBW Controller (FGRGBW442) - 09021000
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved protocol version 6.04, app version 5.00
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved class hierarchy: Routing Slave : Mulitlevel Switch : -- (04 : 11 : 02, base 26)
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved command classes: 85v1 86v1 8Ev1 98v1 9Fv1 20v1 22v1 26v4 31v11 32v3 33v3 55v1 56v1 59v1 5Av1 5Bv1 5Ev1 60v4 6Cv1 70v1 71v1 72v1 73v1 75v1 7Av1
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved encrypt commands: - none -
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved capabilities: routing, beaming, security
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved multi-endpoint types: 1:(11 : 02), 2:(11 : 01), 3:(11 : 01), 4:(11 : 01), 5:(11 : 01), 6:(21 : 01), 7:(21 : 01), 8:(21 : 01), 9:(21 : 01)
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved multi-endpoint classes: 1:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 32 33 75 6C 22 71], 2:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 3:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 4:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 5:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 6:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 7:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 8:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 9:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22]
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 1 associations: [1]
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 2 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 3 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 4 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 5 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 6 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 7 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 8 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 9 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved group 10 associations: []
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - group 1 association to interface already exists (skipping)
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 1 "Power up to last known state" is false
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 20 "Input 1 type" is 2 "Momentary (Enables Scenes)"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 21 "Input 2 type" is 2 "Momentary (Enables Scenes)"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 22 "Input 3 type" is 2 "Momentary (Enables Scenes)"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 23 "Input 4 type" is 2 "Momentary (Enables Scenes)"
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 63 "Analog input sensitivity" is 5 * 0.1 V
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 64 "Analog input interval" is 0 seconds
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 62 "Periodic power reports" is 3600 seconds
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 65 "Energy report threshold" is 10 * 0.1 kWh
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 66 "Periodic energy reports" is 3600 seconds
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 151 "Local ramp rate" is 3 seconds
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - retrieved parameter 152 "Remote ramp rate" is 3 seconds
   Z-Wave                          Syncing - complete
   Z-Wave                          sent "Kitchen cabinet master" status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "Kitchen cabinet master" energy status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "Kitchen cabinet warm white" status request
   Z-Wave                          received "Kitchen cabinet warm white" status update brightness 51
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Mulitlevel Switch 3" status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "Kitchen cabinet cool white" status request
   Z-Wave                          received "Kitchen cabinet cool white" status update brightness 51
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Mulitlevel Switch 5" status request
   Z-Wave                          received "106 - Mulitlevel Switch 5" status update is off
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Multilevel Sensor" status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Multilevel Sensor 2" status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Multilevel Sensor 3" status request
   Z-Wave                          sent "106 - Multilevel Sensor 4" status request


Let me know if you want to see anything else.

Simon

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Indigo Z-Wave Version: 7.4.1
Node ID: 106
Model: RGBW Controller (FGRGBW442)
Model ID: 09021000
Manufacturer: Fibaro System
Manufacturer ID: 010F
Protocol Version: 6.04
Application Version: 5.00
Model Definition Version: 1
Library Type: 3
Class Name: Mulitlevel Switch
Class Hierarchy: 04 : 11 : 02
Command Class Base: 26
Command Versions: 85v1 86v1 8Ev1 98v1 9Fv1 20v1 22v1 26v4 31v11 32v3 33v3 55v1 56v1 59v1 5Av1 5Bv1 5Ev1 60v4 6Cv1 70v1 71v1 72v1 73v1 75v1 7Av1
Encryption Status: Supported but not Enabled
Multi-Endpoint Types: 1:(11 : 02), 2:(11 : 01), 3:(11 : 01), 4:(11 : 01), 5:(11 : 01), 6:(21 : 01), 7:(21 : 01), 8:(21 : 01), 9:(21 : 01)
Multi-Endpoint Classes: 1:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 32 33 75 6C 22 71], 2:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 3:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 4:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 5:[5E 26 85 8E 59 98 9F 6C 22], 6:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 7:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 8:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22], 9:[5E 85 8E 59 98 9F 31 6C 22]
Multi-Instance Counts: - none -
Features: routing, beaming, security, energyMeter
Neighbors: 13, 28, 66, 90, 94, 95, 98, 102
Associations: 1:[1] 2:[] 3:[] 4:[] 5:[] 6:[] 7:[] 8:[] 9:[] 10:[]
Config Values: 64:0 1:0 66:3600 65:10 151:3 20:2 21:2 22:2 23:2 152:3 62:3600 63:5

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Thanks. From pocster's previous post he has the same version as you:

pocster wrote:
Z-Wave Syncing - retrieved manufacture and model names: Fibaro System - 010F, RGBW Controller (FGRGBW442) - 09021000
Z-Wave Syncing - retrieved protocol version 6.04, app version 5.00

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

matt (support) wrote:
Thanks. From pocster's previous post he has the same version as you:

pocster wrote:
Z-Wave Syncing - retrieved manufacture and model names: Fibaro System - 010F, RGBW Controller (FGRGBW442) - 09021000
Z-Wave Syncing - retrieved protocol version 6.04, app version 5.00
Thanks guys !
Is it possible my rgbW strip led isn’t compatible? . I assume they are all pretty much the same ...

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Do you have a multimeter? Could you check the output of each channel direct on the fibsro module when they are on? Rule out issues on the wiring or led strip?

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

siclark wrote:
Do you have a multimeter? Could you check the output of each channel direct on the fibsro module when they are on? Rule out issues on the wiring or led strip?
Thanks . I’ll grab one and test it !

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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

Trying to get the Fibaro RBGW controller 2 to set the color correctly using the color picker. Blue worked fine but green and red were reversed. Double checked all wiring and it was all good. Finally reversed the Fibaro outputs to the LED strip (R to G and G to R) with this setup the color picker worked fine. Tested the LED strip with the Fibaro removed and the RGBW inputs work as labeled. Looks like I either have a flaky Fibaro or indigo is not sending toe proper commands or did I not set it up properly. Has anyone also had this problem?
Thanks for any suggestions
Elwood

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Mon Jun 22, 2020 4:27 pm
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Re: Fibaro RGBW module 2 FGRGBW-442

I've double-checked Indigo and it seems to be sending the correct color channels, so sounds like you have a mis-wired module (or they have a firmware bug)

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