I was looking in the smartapps for something that would change the color of my OSRAM led lights either at a time settings (random color changes) or something else. I know hue will tie to music but I don’t have a sonos or connected speaker (I have an AV with Bluetooth or Alexa).
September 2, 2016, 4:57am
Check out core. Within this app you can set random colors every x minutes or at certain time or other triggers.
UPDATE 1/12/2017: CoRE is now in the process of being heavily streamlined (reference to
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Continuing in the BETA process of CoRE (milestone 1 topic here), we’ve now moved to BETA MILESTONE 2. This is all about crushing those bugs and speeding up those pistons you’re having trouble with. While absolutely necessary additions will occur here and there, adding features is NOT the main focus of M2.
WARNING: As mentioned before, this SmartApp is in …
To set up your piston(rule) for core, check this post out
what i am trying to do is turn a light on a random color at sunset by fading it from “0%” to 30%.
So setting hue and saturation won’t help me correct? It’s a lightify rgb flex strip.
If you have the gardenspots, check this thread.
Osram LIGHTIFY GardenSpot Mini rgb - AAP Version
A new version of the DTH for Osram GardenSpot Mini rgb lights (based on
This DTH is for directly connecting the US (Z HA) versions to SmartThings.
Without the Osram Gateway, the color loop functionality does not work for the US version of the GardenSpots (at least until they update the firmware).
But using the “hueLoop” and “hueRandom” attributes of this DTH, one create a CoRE Piston to cause color loop (even random colors) Device Tile contains sliders for individual control of hue, saturation, and transition time. Device Tile also contains buttons for (1) “hueLoop” (boolean “on” / “off” values) and (2) “Random Hue” (causes hue to change to a random color). Use these in CoRE to create color loop.
You can find th…
September 3, 2016, 12:20am
Thanks. It looks cool, just trying to figure it out