I've been deep diving into the CT drivers available. Trying to use Advanced Zigbee CT Bulb, Zigbee CT Bulb, Zigbee White Color Temperature Bulb (user driver). Besides learning a ton about 'switching drivers causes your HE to get mad' (if I make a switch things don't act well for a while, usually a hub reboot, refresh, config button mashes).
Here's the thing - I have a number of CT Bulbs. Some OSRAM, some Lightify, some 3rd party (Linkind) and some Sylvania. To complicate things each has it's own CT range it seems but I digress...
I can easily set the CT value in kelvin. sure. But the drivers all name the colors differently. Some have names flat out missing. EG; Daylight. When commanded via Alexa I get 'Electronic' displayed as the Colorname in 2 of the drivers.
Alexa voice control has a predefined list of color temp to names - and I don't agree with it either (Warm white and soft white are 2 different values per Wiki).
I would like to have the color temp table match the industry definitions (which clearly have no perfected standard - but I believe in Wiki).
As I look at the "ZigBee White Color Temperature Bulb - LGK Modified" driver - I can see the Authors attempt at making a table it's not very robust but it informs me that the colorname to temp value is driver created and not some hubitat thing.
I don't know where or how I can get the Advanced Driver so I can fix it and make a more useful table of names to values. How do I get a copy of that driver? I would also like to customize the driver specifically to allow me to set the Color temp range of the specific bulbs so it matches the bulb true capability as opposed to being limited to the Min value of the weakest bulb.
Has anyone explored this before me and resolved some or all of this? I've played with Circadian Daylight Coordinator, written some very simple "Motion and Mode Lighting" children and I'm still not happy with my overall results of control of CT bulbs.