I managed to migrate to ZWaveJSMQTT (running in separate docker container) - everything seems to work except being able to change the color of the Fibaro RGBW Controllers. It’s recognised as a normal light (switch on/off and changing the brightness). The color wheel is not available.
friendly_name: RGBW Controller: Current value
In the ZWaveJSMQTT Control Panel I checked various settings:
[6-112-0-6] Associations command class choice => Normal (RGBW) Color Control Set
[6-112-0-42] Command class reporting Outputs status change => input and controller actions
Same problem with Fibaro RGBW and the new zWave Js integration. Except I get 5 dimmers. 1 controlls ‘the main’ the other 4 control RGBW. I can set the dimmer on each to adjust the intensity of each color, the combination making the final color I’m after. I use ‘the main’ controller switch as off and on.
On the legacy zwave, the same thing occured, except ‘the main’ controller had the color wheel and automatically adjusted the other 4.
Yes, I’m seeing the same. The colour wheel was present with the OpenZwave (beta) integration, but has now gone with Z-Wave JS. It seems as though the same 5 dimmers are available as before, and like Doug, I can use them to control the LEDs, but for some reason with the Z-Wave JS integration, the colour wheel has gone.
One other thing, the LEDs 1:Power entity is no longer showing the current power consumption, but seems to be linked to something else.
I have the same behaviour as both of you - also getting 5 dimmers of which one acts as the main switch. Appears to be a bug or feature that hasn’t been build in yet? I found this topic which is not exactly the same but similar - https://github.com/zwave-js/zwavejs2mqtt/issues/477 . I checked whether the recommended lines are in the *.values.jsonl, which it is.
I am running later versions than you are, but I don’t think that there has been a regression here, since at one time I would have been running the same versions as yourself, and I have never seen the color wheel since I moved from OpenZwave (beta) to ZWaveJS…
Nothing specific, just using the latest dockers for HA and ZWJS2MQTT. I enabled the five switches and when I switch on the main switch, I also start the white led with an automation (don’t know if that is still needed, it was required before the wheel started working.
441 is the Fibaro RGBW Controller, 442 is the successor, the Fibaro RGBW Controller 2. I have the 442, which is shown in both applications. Don’t see that in Geoff’s screenshot, which does show the same FW version you have. So I think you have the 441.