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  3. annex⁴ - Doorbird Driver

    Happy to test if you require another. I am a dealer and have a Doorbird to test.
  4. ok, thanks, I'll update. Yes the documentation is incorrect then.
  5. Just noticed my properties tab is stating incompatible firmware v5.061 driver is 2.02. Documentation says this setup requires this firmware as minimum. Has something changed?
  6. I'll look into it Monday Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I have access to them here in Australia, but likely ASSA Abloy has increased margins here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I'm still waiting for a reply to my help desk ticket for over a week. Does your documentation with the driver contain more than two words? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Axis, with cross line event trigger? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I'm looking forward to it, thank you. Do you use constant current or constant voltage units? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. thanks, that helps. I'll make some enquiries. All my dimming leds, even dhali have dimmed mostly over a short range near off. Most if not all here in Australia are out of China. I'll adjust my dimming and colour changes via programming. Appreciate your help.
  12. interesting, most of my led fittings while being sold as dimmable from a number of sources behave in the same way. I'm currently using both the enttec controller and just added the engineering solutions one, as well as different decoders from enttec and other chinese decoders. Im guessing from your comments that other leds work dimming on a linear basis?
  13. what i fine trying each of the channels, red, green and blue is that most (all visable) dimming seems to happen between the values of 5 and 15. Higher than that level does not appear to make much of a difference. But each of the 3 work in the same way.
  14. 3 leds, meaning 3 led fittings 3w each No i cannot connect these to a hardwired decoder, but i have plenty of spares as im soon to be expanding the landscape lighting, so i can setup a trial wired solution. What i have found is this. colour change dimmer value 0-4 = off, 5-12 = red, 13-37 = yellow, 38-45 = green, 46-70 = blue, 71-79= dark blue, 80-100 = purple so from this you can see why blue followed by green and yellow are prominent in their duration. (i hope this helps)
  15. See attached properties page. Controlling 3 leds in a water feature, 24v using wifi sender and receiver to a outdoor bollard. What further info would you like?