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January 6, 2017 at 10:42 am #78489
The Zipato RGBW might pair with the Go!control, however, it is not listed as officially compatible. As for additional compatible colored bulbs, only the Zipato RGBW is confirmed as compatible through ADC at this time.January 6, 2017 at 10:49 am #78490
Thanks Tyler. Followup questions:
The Zipato RGBW might pair with the Go!control, however, it is not listed as officially compatible.
Should I interpret this as “might work but not supported” as opposed to “probably won’t work even if it pairs”?
What is the officially compatible way to use this bulb with ADC?January 6, 2017 at 11:05 am #78491
Should I interpret this as “might work but not supported”
That is correct, while supported by ADC for functionality through the app/website, it is not officially supported by 2GIG (not officially tested). We have not tested this product either.
What is the officially compatible way to use this bulb with ADC?
The lights are compatible through the ADC mobile app and website with rules/scenes/schedules and real time multi-color light control (similar to changing the light on the SkyBell HD).
As for panels that officially support the bulb, that would be on the manufacturer of said panel. Neither 2GIG nor Qolsys suggest official compatibility.January 6, 2017 at 11:17 am #78494
As for panels that officially support the bulb, that would be on the manufacturer of said panel. Neither 2GIG nor Qolsys suggest official compatibility.
This is what I’m confused about – is it the case that Alarm.com added official support but no panels have official support?January 6, 2017 at 12:02 pm #78503
This is what I’m confused about – is it the case that Alarm.com added official support but no panels have official support?
To clarify, compatibility may be a poor description. A better description would be they do not support full functionality. From what we are seeing the color lights will not have full control on the panel, but only in Alarm.com. All Alarm.com related features should work fine, there is just no local display for them as there is with officially compatible thermostats for example.
See quick-start guide attached
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Thanks Warren – that makes sense. I will try one and report back.July 30, 2017 at 12:13 am #101711
So if I am on a Concord 4 which can only communicate via 3g will I still get that latency of around 20 sec for home automation stuff?July 31, 2017 at 8:55 am #101800
Latency over cell will be determined by signal quality at the panel radio as well as the method of sending the command. It will be variable. You might notice 5 seconds or less. It may be 20, 30 sometimes.
Latency should always be expected over cell for inbound commands.
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