Hi all! First post here! I am stuck on setting up my Dresden FLS-PP RGB (zigbee) controller.
I can pair it successfully and turn on/off the white LEDs but, I am having an issue with controlling the RGB LEDs. The "kicker" is the RGB is stuck in green and I cannot not turn it off unless I unplug it. haha
I am migrating from ST so I tried copying the DH into the Drivers Code but, it does not help. Still only able to control the white.
I have just used the generic RGB driver with them without too much issue (I do not have any RGBW strips to use with them). Although I have not used mine much lately (been too focused on exterior RGB lighting).
That seems like a lot of duplication when it finds it... I will try removing one of mine tomorrow (just noticed the time, so I should say later today) and see how different mine look. Maybe you have a newer model or such and they "tweaked" it.
My Dresdens are pretty old. I also confirmed that the driver I am using is the Generic ZigBee RGB Light, and it is working just fine (even though I have no had it plugged in for a bit, it started right up and responded to color change commands). As for ZigBee channel... I use 20 because I read it worked best for Securifi Peanut Plugs and I have a TON of those scattered around. Changed it nearly the first day I got my HE and have never gone back.
Actually I have not used mine since then. Moved to newer (and smaller) varieties of RGB LED strip controllers (like the Zen31 for Z-Wave or a GLEDOPTO ZigBee one) and have not used my Dresdens in a long time. Still in my parts bin...
Too bad. I'm having some issues with one that won't let me change color. It's just the white that's connected.
I tried to get the ST driver to work but still only get to control the white channel. I'm afraid that this device needs a driver with a Parent/child function.
It did not used to... let me warm up one of mine and see what it is doing.
So I had to reset and rediscover both to even have them get working at all (not surprising since they had been unplugged for a year). I set them both up with the "Advanced ZigBee RGBW Bulb" driver.
One device identified as an "endpointId: 0B" is NOT controlling it's RGB at all, but THINKS it is controlling something (I assumed the W). Just to test this I moved the G line over to the W and sure enough, it is being controlled now. So basically this FLS-PP is acting like a single-color controller.
The other device that identified as an "endpointId: 0A" is controlling the RGB perfectly but is NOT controlling the white at all. I moved the R line over to the W for my LED strip and set the color temperature (so it would primarily do white)... and all it did not get any red at all. So the W line appears to be non-functional.
I tried using a Dresden FLS-PP driver original intended for SmartThings that someone converted but that did not change the results at all.
You've come to the same stuff I did. I managed to get, from the Hubitat public Github, the generic RGB Zigbee driver. I then hardcoded the 0A (which is RGB) in, otherwise it would default to the 0B endpoint which isn't RGB, but just the White.
So I got some functionality out from it, but I still think the best driver would be one, which splits it up in a parent/child setup.