Hi, here is a driver for the Hank RGBW Z-Wave bulb sold by various market places as either Hank, Intertek or Monoprice. The Z-Wave alliance listing is here or here depending on your model. Before you tell me there is no reason for this to exist because... "There is an OOB driver. Why don't you just use that?" Well, I guess this adds more flexibility and I wanted it?
I rewrote parts of Brian's "Lighting Effects" app and fooled around with it for color changing bulbs randomly but at the end of the day doing color changing in software is less desirable when it can be done on the firmware. I don't think it was known, at least to the ST or HE community, that this bulb supported "fun modes" in hardware but I found an obscure manual for a similar model of RGBW bulb produced by Hank that did support it. I tried it on the HKZW-RBG01 and it worked. It was not documented completely and parts that were documented were wrong. (Read: I want your praise and appreciation if you wanted this functionality.) My tiny daughters just had to have their colors and I was jealous of the Zigbee bulbs doing this in hardware. This driver supports "fun modes".
- Breathe - You can specify a color to fade in and out
- Blink - You can specify a color to blink
- Color Roll - The bulb cycles through all colors
- Breathing Color Roll - The bulb breathe cycles through all colors
- Color Bounce - The bulb changes abruptly to a random color
- Blinking Color Bounce - The bulb blinks to a random color
Besides that the driver supports setting level over a duration of up to 127 minutes. This was limited much lower or done incorrectly in other versions of the driver. If you want to wake up with this bulb this change makes that much easier.
If there is any feedback I may change how flash is implemented. If you want to flash a CT color... you can't. I used the hardware capability to flash and it only supports hues but not saturation or level.
Please let me know if you use the driver. In fact, please let me know if you have one of these bulbs at all.