I’m currently trying to use HomeAssistant as bridge between my KNX bus and some HUE lights. What I’m trying to do atm is for HomeAssistant to replicate the state of the HUE lights on the KNX bus. In detail I’m trying to send the “on/off” state (which is working fine) and the “brightness”, which doesn’t work. From my research the xknx light component is sending/processing values from 0-255 for the brightness, thus basically just forwarding the internal HA state value. When I try to do the same by calling the “knx.send” service with the payload “200” (f.e.) the group monitor of the KNX bus is showing me a value of just “1”. It doesn’t matter if I pass the value as int or as struct. I’m using AppDeamon atm to call the service, since it is easier for me to do compared to templates etc (which I’m not familiar with yet). Do I have to convert the brightness values to something else before I pass them as payload to the service, or does the service maybe have a bug? I’m kinda lost atm and am welcome for any input on how to correctly send a brightness/percentage value to the KNX bus. Thanks.