Bulb address

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Bulb address

Postby Edoardo » Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:29 pm

Hello Everybody,
Does anybody knows how the bulb address system works?
I have two bulbs in my network:
on the first one I have assigned the 0,1 address and reading the RAT I obtain: (0,0) (0,1) (255,255) (255.255) (255,255)
on the second one I have assigned the 0,2 address and reading the RAT I obtain: (0,0) (0,1) (0,2) (255.255) (255,255)
Now...
Every command sent on the 0,0 address and on the 0,1 address works on both the bulbs.
Every command sent on the 0,2 address works just on the right bulbs.
In this way I can't turn on and off the lamp 0,1 without make the same on the 0,2 bulb.
What I'm wronging?
How many bulbs can be controlled by one shield?
I hope not only five...
Thank you
Edo
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Re: Bulb address

Postby pietromoscetta » Fri Feb 10, 2017 2:50 pm

Hi Edoardo,

each radio bulb can have up to 5 different addresses.
This is used to give you the possibility to create multiple groups.
For example you can have one bulb with default address 0,0 and 0,1 and another bulb with addressed 0,0 and 0,2.
In this way you can control individually each bulbs using address 0,1 and 0,2 or simultaneusly both bulbs using the common address 0,0.
Of course in your case you need to remove the not used addresses using the command DEA.
Anyway you can find all these information inside the LYT WiFi manual: https://authometion.com/shop/en/index.p ... tachment=3
With one shiled you can control up to 255*255 radio bulbs (65025).

Ciao,

Pietro
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Re: Bulb address

Postby Edoardo » Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:47 am

Hi Pietro,

Thank you very much.
In the meantime I made some working test but your explanation is been very clear.
Edo
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