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Fibaro RGB controller
#41
Some more good info here

http://manuals.fibaro.com/rgbw/
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#42
Yep, I've been through that. It's basically a more readable version of the little sheet that comes with it.
Dean Roddey
Software Geek Extraordinaire
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#43
Bump, still looking for a CQC driver for this. Any chance for a revisit on this, I'd love to automate my deck lights for Christmas lighting :-)
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#44
Is this the only RGB option so far (or to be)? I have someone looking for a control of a couple sets of RGB's as well?
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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#45
If I could ever get the new Z-Wave driver done, we could support it. Worst case, I'll go back to the VRC0P driver and update it to use the new scheme for representing devices. But that isn't going to happen in Xmas time frame.
Dean Roddey
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#46
Thanks Dean, next Xmas will work given the late hour :-)
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#47
Oh well, not for us then. I believe Z-Wave frequencies are different here.

I'll have to go looking for a more generic device that uses Ethernet/WiFi/Serial
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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#48
Did you check the Fibaro site, I thought they were a global Z-Wave provider
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#49
(12-10-2017, 06:42 PM)znelbok Wrote: Oh well, not for us then.  I believe Z-Wave frequencies are different here.

I'll have to go looking for a more generic device that uses Ethernet/WiFi/Serial

Where is "Here"? I also thought it was a global product?

http://zwave.com.au/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=93
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iPads,Tivo,Hikvision,Elk-M1,iTunes,TED5000,Somfy RTS blinds, Amazon Echo, Google Home, Polk XRT12,
Honeywell Wi-Fi 9000 & Caleo Wi-Fi Thermostats, Rainmachine
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#50
I thought Z wave used different frequencies and hence US stuff was not compatible here (in Aus). Maybe I am confusing it with Zigbee.

Edit:

Nope - its different

It operates at 868.42 MHz in Europe, at 908.42 MHz in the North America and uses other frequencies in other countries depending on their regulations.

Australia and New Zealand is 924.42 MHz

I doubt there will ever be a big market here - I never see anything that is Z Wave at all - its just not a thing here

Looking at the gateway prices its makes a single or two set of RGB controller very expensive. I would much rather see a WiFi or Ethernet option supported
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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