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This blueprint provides universal support for running any custom action when a button is pressed on the provided Philips 324131092621 Hue Dimmer switch. Supports controllers integrated with deCONZ, ZHA, Zigbee2MQTT. Just specify the integration used to connect the remote to Home Assistant when setting up the automation, and the blueprint will take care of all the rest.
In addition of being able to provide custom actions for every kind of button press supported by the remote, the blueprint allows to loop the long press actions while the corresponding button is being held. Once released, the loop stops. This is useful when holding down a button should result in a continuous action (such as lowering the volume of a media player, or controlling a light brightness).
The blueprint also adds support for virtual double button press events, which are not exposed by the controller itself.
Automations created with this blueprint can be connected with one or more Hooks supported by this controller.
Hooks allow to easily create controller-based automations for interacting with media players, lights, covers and more. See the list of Hooks available for this controller for additional details.
Full documentation regarding requirements, inputs and more is available here.
Docs provide all the information you need to properly configure this blueprint on your instance.
This Hook blueprint allows to build a controller-based automation to control a light. Supports brightness and color control both for white temperature and rgb lights.
This Hook blueprint allows to build a controller-based automation to control a media player. Supports volume setting, play/pause and track selection.
Updated list of changes and improvements is available here.
Happy automating to everyone!