Good morning
I would like to control my RGB CCT LED Strip
With a remote like these:
Someone have experience?
I have chance to find a driver?

I don't think the tradfri remote works with HE. The ledvance and osram remotes are the same just branded differently due to packaging age. I have osram remotes (although not the same one, see Ebay item 324470625789) and they work fine with the built in driver, but one of them uses alot of batteries.

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I suggest you consider Philips Hue Dimmer remote.

It works great with HE. Batteries have a long life and it has four buttons with the two center ones having press, hold and release functionalities.

The only Tradfri remote working with HE is the Sonos / Ikea volume remote. I use them as dimmer remotes since the recognize turn / stop turning in both directions, plus single, double and triple press.

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What i need is someting that let me to do (ON/OFF) (Dim+/dim-) and (Cycle between colors)

With Rule Machine you can easily program most multiple buttons to do that.

The Tradfri / Sonos, the Hue Dimmer, and many others can be used for it.

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Which driver for Tradfri? i like it very much

I use the Ikea Zigbee Sound Controller (I do not control any sound with it).

Check this thread on working with this device and driver. Many users have issues with them.

Ikea Symfonisk remote! On French Ikea. Zigbee!?

Mine work correctly and battery life is 10-12 months. On the other side, their battery reporting is not reliable. (The remotes, they are.)

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Thanks i study a bit before buy it and maybe i ask you some more details

This one is super Cool

it have on/off/dim/double tap/push/release ... wow
i will buy one just to test it,
And i think i can use it for scene and dim.
What do you think?

Black versions look great, although I haven’t seen them in Europe.

Yes depending the driver, they recognize one, two or three taps, plus move in one direction, stop moving, and likewise in the other direction.

Discovering them (Zigbee) is a bit tricky, and battery reporting is not reliable. Nevertheless they are nice.

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Tricky? :flushed:
if you have a prcedure or suggestion, how to do it.
What device and drive you use?
Tanks :slightly_smiling_face:

The drver I use is the following one;
Ikea Zigbee Sound Controller

This device enters stand-by mode quite rapidly and that makes it sometimes difficult to discover.

The trick is to maintain it awake while "discovering", configuring and saving the device.

Detailed recommendations are found in its thread discussion, as I was mentioning before;

It is somewhat lengthy, but I recommend going through it.

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Really Gentle

You was right
This Ikea device work great
Thank Thank Thanks


enthusiasm is gone
I think it devours the batteries in 3 days
and what's worse every time I change the battery or disconnect the power it won't reconnect I have to remove it and reconnect it

No need to remove them. Simply rediscover the Zigbee device.

Battery reporting does not work. Battery life in my case (used daily as bed light dimmers) is 6 mo. with IKEA batteries.

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How it?
if i rediscover it made a new device, or not?

One more question
Why if now is paired and working, i can't find it in the child list?
the name is Regolatore lettura

Parent child parameters
EzspGetParentChildParametersResponse [childCount=0, parentEui64=0000000000000000, parentNodeId=65535]

Child Data

Neighbor Table Entry
[Repeater_IKEA_1, 04C2], LQI:255, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Luce Salotto 1, 16F2], LQI:254, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Barra Led 1, 2AA5], LQI:252, age:3, inCost:3, outCost:1
[Interruttore Studio, 3648], LQI:255, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:1
[IKEA_Repeater_2, 531F], LQI:255, age:3, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Presa 1, 606F], LQI:254, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:3
[Presa Caffè, 754A], LQI:254, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:3
[Luce Salotto 3, 8769], LQI:251, age:4, inCost:3, outCost:1
[Lampada Disimpegno 2, 9689], LQI:255, age:5, inCost:1, outCost:3
[Luce Salotto 2, CFBF], LQI:255, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:3
[Lampada Disimpegno 1, D63E], LQI:255, age:3, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Archimede 1, D74C], LQI:255, age:3, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Archimede 2, EB97], LQI:255, age:3, inCost:1, outCost:1
[Pulsante Sgabuzzino, F459], LQI:255, age:4, inCost:1, outCost:1

Route Table Entry
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Porta Ingresso, E6FD] via [Luce Salotto 3, 8769]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Barra Led 1, 2AA5] via [Lampada Disimpegno 1, D63E]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Luce Salotto 3, 8769] via [Archimede 1, D74C]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Luce Salotto 2, CFBF] via [Interruttore Studio, 3648]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Luce Salotto 1, 16F2] via [Archimede 2, EB97]
status:Active, age:64, routeRecordState:0, concentratorType:None, [Sensore Movimento 2, BA37] via [Archimede 1, D74C]

Just repeat the discovery process, without erasing the device.

It will say “Existing Device Discovered”. Go to the device page and hit “Configure”.

It will not create a new device, it will simply update the device access.

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Download the Hubitat app