I recently bought the Dresden Elektronik Funkvorschaltgerät FLS-PP lp. I’m playing around with it using a Conbee 2 Stick.
It basically works, however something I found rather strange is that the RGB channels are influenced by each other, and there exist quite big “deadzones” where a channel is not active at all, albeit it being set to e.g. 50%.
I usually use Home Assistant with the Phoscon/DeCONZ integration, but bypassing HA and directly controlling the controller (duh) by DeConz’s UI it is the same behavior.
For instance, if I set the controller to HSV (v = brightness via cluster “Level Control”) [57, 254, 255] in DeCONZ, by color conversion rules, this should result in RGB [169, 254, 1] (including rounding errors, but that doesn’t matter). This means the green channel should be on at full brightness, and the red channel should be at around two thirds, and blue should be at min brightness. Or off. Doesn’t matter much in this case.
Actually, though, when looking at the physical LEDs, green is 100%, and blue is off (which is OK), but also red is off as well. I find this rather strange, because basically it is not a yellow-ish green which it should be, but a pure green.
Other test show similar behaviour. Is this normal? Is this expected? Why does the controller ignore my 66% red channel?
I don’t know if this forum is the right one, but I didn’t find one that seemed more appropriate on the whole internet
Thanks in advance,