I started out running more than 20 x 5m RGBW strips to facilitate lighting in two pinwheel formats for a wedding in a tent. I got carried away and wrote many animations to make dancing and special events a little more fancy. Then I discovered that there were many brands of RGBW and now RGBCW bulbs that use the same protocol. After moving from my larger home to a sky apartment I now only run about 5 RGBW strips and more RGBCW bulbs. My latest venture was two gooseneck MagicHome Pro app compatible variable white temperature lamps. I had to sniff out the protocol as they were protocol compatible, except for the two white levels. It turned out to be completely different packet structure but I just patched it into the bridging software when it finds one in the interrogation of type..@LarrylLix
When I saw your signature assumed you are using Magic Home RGB strip controllers. These are around $5 USD on Ebay these days.
ISY994i, 50+ Insteon devices,MagicHome, LEDenet, some old X10 left,
HomeSeer II, Philips Hue, MiLights, WC8, RPi 3+, Custom bridging between ISY994 and WiFi devices, ISY Portal with Alexa and GH, Polyglot with Ecobee stats.
Here used Magic Home RGB WiFi controllers for my LED kitchen counter lighting. I used only one channel and modded the firmware making them cloudless.
MagicHome LED strip controller
It is running Espurna and connected a temperature sensor and digital on off and dimming pot to it. Out of the box they use WiFi and an IR remote control.
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