A working setup with Zipato and Fibaro RGBW device as input and output device
A working setup with Zipato and Fibaro RGBW device as input and output device.
After a long time of try and error I figure out how I can get a working setup.
Follow the steps below:
- 1. Include the RGBW controller (I have change the RGWB controller name in to Aanloge input device) See attach file (Step 1)
- 2. Change the standard setting in to a input and output device
- a. Parameter 19 from de Fibaro controller. Firs convert the binary table from Fibaro to a decimal number. See attach file (bin to dec)
- b. Copy the decimal number
- c. Go to the settings from the Fibaro RGBW in the Zipato web interface. See attach file (Step 2 c) and paste the number and press sent
- d. The tricky one now the the Zipato don’t show the right number if you press on receive or if you coming later to this screen. Just ignore the number!. See attach file (Step 2 d)
E Now you go to z-wave node management and press configure node See attach file (Step 2 e) The Zipato box / zipatile knows now the you RGBW device is a input and output device and gives you the options of four input.
- 3. Go to your device in the Zipato web interface and see the four inputs: See attach file (Step 3a and step 3b)
If you want to change the standard location (and icon) of the RGBW input controller in your Zipato app or web interface follow the next steps
- 4. Go to the Zwave network and select the RGBW controller (I have change the RGWB controller name in to Aanloge input device) repeat the next step 4 times. Click on the edit icon. See attach file (Step 4)
- 5. Change the Type in RGB and save. See attach file (Step 5)
- 6. For a good refresh of the Zipato interface log out and directly log in. And see the RGB icon and your four inputs. See attach file (Step 6)
To show you that the device is working. See attach file (Step 6 and step 7)
Have fun with it and please give a sort response on this topic.