Requires: IP-Symcon >= 5.0
Devices of the type Light (Expert) describe lamps whose properties within multiple variables can be switched independently.
|Name||Name that is used to address the device via Amazon Alexa|
|Switch Variable||A triggerable variable of type Boolean, that switches the light on or off|
|Brightness Variable||A triggerable variable of type Integer or Float that dims the light (optional)|
|Color Variable||A triggerable Variable of type Integer with the profile ~HexColor, that triggers the color of the light (optional)|
|Color Temperature Variable||A triggerable variable of type Integer or Float that contains the color temperature in Kelvin (optional)|
If optional variables are not set, Alexa recognizes that the lamp does not have the corresponding properties. If optional variables are set later on, a search for devices is required to discover the changed properties.
|Action||Description||Possible Sentence for Activation|
|Switch On or Off||Trigger the Switch Variable to True or False||"Alexa, switch <Name> on."|
|Dim||Trigger the Brightness Variable to the given value||"Alexa, dim <Name> to 40%."|
|Switch Color||Trigger the Color Variable to the given color||"Alexa, switch <Name> to red."|
|Switch Color Temparature||Trigger the Color Temperature Variable to the corresponding value||"Alexa, switch <Name> to daylight."|
An instance must have status variables with the fitting profiles to be detected by the device search. To be detected as Expert light, at least the Switch Variable and another variable need to be detected.
|Brightness Variable||~Intensity.100, ~Intensity.255, ~Intensity.1|
|Color Temperature Variable||~TWColor|