[RELEASE] SmartLife (H801) RGBW LED Strip Wifi Controller & Bulb

Im using Iview-isb600 bulbs. cant seem to get the pins configured to light the bulb…

I can’t find any info about the pins on the bulb. Do you know where I can find some?

IVIEW-ISB600 Smart WiFi LED Light Bulb, Multi Color, Dimmable, No Hub Required, Free APP Remote Control, Compatible with Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0736DTSH9/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_QXpQDbGN12423 I got them from amazon

Guys, maybe that’s a dumb question but I can’t get h801 working. I correctly installed app, was able to discover and add controller to list of devices. But I am just not able to switch it on.

I see device in both, old and new apps on my mobile, but when clicking on turning on it’s going to state ‘turning on’ and after few second goes into off.
So - I see device, it’s online, but no way to turn it on.
Any thoughts?

Did you assign the PIN numbers by accessing the settings via the IP address? I wasnt aware of this step originally.

I had a very old configuration back from maybe 2015 with 2 H801 controllers setup and working. I mainly use them with this smartapp - https://github.com/ygelfand/smartthings/blob/master/smartapps/ygelfand/holiday-color-lights.src/holiday-color-lights.groovy

After updating the firmware, smartapp, and device handlers, the smartapp that I use above can no longer control the brightness of the H801 nor can the official ST SmartLighting app turn it on. Any idea how to fix it?

Make sure the pin assignments are correct in the advanced config for the device.

Are there any errors in the log when you try to adjust the level or turn it on?

The pin assignments are correct.
This is what happens when my programming under SmartLighting should turn it on or off.
Here is what I get on one of the adapters:

7:54:58 PM: debug /on?transition=1

7:54:58 PM: debug on()

7:54:55 PM: debug /off?transition=1

7:54:55 PM: debug off()

The other one:

7:54:58 PM: debug /on?transition=null
7:54:58 PM: debug on()
7:54:55 PM: debug /off?transition=null
7:54:55 PM: debug off()

And there is the SmartLighting log:

7:54:58 PM: debug on()
7:54:58 PM: trace switchStateOK = true
7:54:58 PM: trace ambientLightOK = true
7:54:58 PM: trace timeOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace timeWindowStop = null
7:54:58 PM: trace timeWindowStart = null
7:54:58 PM: trace daysOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace modeOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace switchStateOK = true
7:54:58 PM: trace ambientLightOK = true
7:54:58 PM: trace timeOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace timeWindowStop = null
7:54:58 PM: trace timeWindowStart = null
7:54:58 PM: trace daysOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace modeOk = true
7:54:58 PM: trace triggerHandler(switch: on)
7:54:54 PM: debug off()
7:54:54 PM: trace stopAction()
7:54:54 PM: trace switchStateOK = true
7:54:54 PM: trace ambientLightOK = true
7:54:54 PM: trace timeOk = true
7:54:54 PM: trace timeWindowStop = null
7:54:54 PM: trace timeWindowStart = null
7:54:54 PM: trace daysOk = true
7:54:54 PM: trace modeOk = true
7:54:54 PM: trace stopHandler(switch: off)
Here is my PIN config

That is really weird man. Can you control the device in SmartThings (not using an app)? Can you control it from the web interface?

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