So I am using a RGBgenie RGBW Z-wave controller. By default it will work with the stock Aeon RGBW Bulb DTH but since its a controller, not a bulb, there s no color temperature for white. I.e. white channel is just a 0 - 100% so I wrote a custom DTH a la the Fibaro DTH that removes the color temp capability and replaces the color temp slider with a white channel slider.
All this works great, I can command colors through Alexa and I even added working device health to it. But now I would like to use a second RGBW controller as a simple 4 channel LED controller. For example channel 1 will power a white led strip under my kitchen cabinets and channel 2 will do a white strip above them. Simple enough, I modified the DTH to have a master on/off then 4 separate slider controls, one for each channel. It works as expected but now it seems there is no way to command it through Alexa.
Is there a simple way to accomplish this that will work for both the classic app and the newer connect? What I’d like to have is 4 devices listed so I can name them and be able to command each one independently. Or even one device and a way to set each channel through Alexa?