RGBW Fibaro analog inputs

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The Z-Wave Fibaro RGBW module can also read the value of a 0-10V tension on its inputs IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4.


This alternate mode needs some manipulations.

  • Modify parameter Z-Wave 14 to activate one or more analog input on your module

Ex. Set the parameter 14 to value 34952 if you wish to activate the 4 analog entries

To activate only some entries, please check the documentation z_wave_fibaro_rgbw_controller_recommended_settings.pdf

You may use the eedomus tool for conversion

  • The values will be updated by default during polling. You can configure the module to update automatically its changes by modifying parameter Z-Wave 8.
  • In order to transform the display widget in eedoums in a sensor, please enter the folling tag in the area User notes in the channel of the device. Don't forget to click on save :

The "MULTIPLIER" applies to the values (the Fibaro module gives 100 for 10V, so you may want to enter "MULTIPLIER":0.1

This operation must be repeated for each channel of the device that you wish to use as an analog sensor.

  • The module will transmit its value to eedomus, you must associate eedomus to the association group of the modue (Group 1 of the module for input 1, etc...).
  • It is necessary to include again the module (without prior exclusion) for the module to operates its changes, as asked in Fibaro documentation.

Durint this new inclusion, eedoums will tell you the module already exists. It's a normal beahavior with no implication.

  • You can then define the unit and the image for this module if you wish.
  • The channels Predefined color' and Luminosity can be deactivated as they are no more used.

Color - input correspondance

Red = Input n°1

Green = Input n°2

Blue = Input n°3

White = Input n°4