STICK-DE3 Manual Color Selection

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mycroft2802
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STICK-DE3 Manual Color Selection

Post by mycroft2802 » Thu Oct 09, 2014 5:39 pm

Hi,

I have a question regarding the manual color selection (scene override) capability on the STICK-DE3. I am using an RGBW led strip, and when I select the palette mode, I see a square corresponding to the current color, as well as the individual RGB values, displayed on the devices screen. When I use either the arrows or the wheel to make adjustments, one direction increases the value of one of the colors, while the other direction increases the value of one of the other colors. I haven't figured out how to make adjustments to the third color of the RGB set. More generically, I can't seem to figure out how to select which color I wish to modify. It seems like from any given starting point, I am only able to modify one of two colors, depending on which direction I slide on the wheel, or which arrow I press.

Is there a way to directly select which color you wish the wheel or arrows to modify?

Thank,
-mycroft2802

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Re: STICK-DE3 Manual Color Selection

Post by simonB » Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:12 am

You can tap around the wheel to jump to a color. As you tap the arrows or slide around the color wheel, the color channels are mixed automatically as if you were going around the color wheel (only 2 color channels are required to produce this). If you need to use a 3rd colro channel to de-saturate the color, use the dimmer control to move the dimmer above 100%.
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Popi
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Re: STICK-DE3 Manual Color Selection

Post by Popi » Fri Sep 30, 2016 8:09 am

Hi,

Same as happens to Mycroft2802, I am using an RGBW led strip, and runing some loaded scenes where RGB+W channels are working.
When I select the palette mode I also can see a square corresponding to the current color, as well as the individual RGB values. The key is that I want to change or dimmer also W color channel and I don't know how to make this.
Could you please help me with this?

Thank you in advance!

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