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What are the different modes of manual control in the Fibaro RGBW Controller?

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Answered by Mellisa David
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Manual RGB/RGBW operating mode:


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Fibaro RGBW Micro Controller



There are 4 controllable inputs I1-I4 in Fibaro RGBW Controller which works with push buttons itself. And each input is designated to control a particular channel like:

  • I1 - R channel

  • I2 - G channel

  • I3 - B channel

  • I4 - W channel

So, to control these inputs (I1-I4) you would have to connect ground wire (GND) to specified channel. And there are three different modes of manual control in the Fibaro RGBW Controller:

1. NORMAL mode: with this mode you will be able to control output that is assigned to an input terminal. So, in this mode you can control outputs independently from one another, like in the case of adjusting each colors saturation for free.

  • When you do a double click you can increase the saturation of a particular channel to 100%.

  • Use this operating mode with momentary and toggle switches.

2. BRIGHTNESS mode: with this mode you will be able to control all the outputs together, like one switch is used to control the brightness of all channels at once. Use this mode with momentary and toggle switches.

3. RAINBOW mode: with this mode you will be able to control all outputs together which gives a transition true to its name. Use RAINBOW mode with momentary switches.


 
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