So I have one of those pre-lit LED Christmas trees with dual-color LEDs that lets you switch between warm white and multi-color, each LED with one color and warm white. There is a remote control provided with one button that lets you cycle through an alternating flash (white, multi, white, multi, etc.), solid white, solid multi, and off. The remote’s receiver can be removed and the tree plugged directly into the power adapter which will just give you a solid white all the time option. I assume that the tree works by reversing the polarity from the receiver module as there are only two wires running from the receiver to the tree itself.
I figured there has to be a way to hack this tree to control it with SmartThings, but a simple smart switch to plug the tree into wouldn’t work as each time the tree is turned off and back on it resets to the flashing white and multi cycle.
I do have a Fibaro RGBW controller, but I don’t really see a way to wire it to this tree and be able to control the polarity plus on/off. I figured now is as good a time of year as any to ask this community if anyone has any suggestions or if anyone has tried something like this with one of these trees in the past?