Forgot to post this earlier, but here’s the reply I got from Zipato:
Unfortunately our bulbs still don’t have the FCC, but we are waiting for it. They will be available on Amazon as soon as we have the FCC. And sure, we will use only the US frequency as well as with all other products which we are selling in US.
The button lets you control which “color” - cold white, warm white, red, green, blue - is being controlled by the top slider. The top slider will then adjust that color from 0 to 255, so you can set each color level individually.
The bottom slider controls “brightness” - the value of the basicSet or switchMultilevelSet.
It’s not a great interface, and all the kinks are certainly not worked out.
Thanks, makes sense. Fibaro has four channels so I’ll have to figure out what happens with the extra channel. It also has several other features such as power consumption measuring, four analog inputs and many different modes. It is an amazing device in such a small package.
Didn’t mean to sound like an ingrate. I really appreciate your effort.
Hey guys I know this is an ancient thread but it ended on a bad note. I have the Zipato bulb from @TheSmartestHouse and it pairs right up to SmartThings no problem. It pairs as an RGBW Bulb and all the controls work just great! I didn’t see it in the supported list so I was skeptical (figured I would need to write a device type for it) but it just worked. Pretty sweet little bulb and the same size as any other regular bulb. The Aeon bulb is nice as well, I think the colors are a little richer but it’s subjective, but the Aeon is a decent bit larger and I had a little trouble getting it into this paper globe I have… It’s not like crazy bigger but. I’m going to be doing a review on both side by side soon and you can see. Wish we could post pics here without linking…
Zwave is weird. I wish there was a visual way to see how the mesh was built. Sometimes depends on who is talking to who… you’d think it would just take the best route… I think it does over time, but I’ve had all kinds of issues after pairing and putting something where it will eventually go. It seems “exercising” it helps… turning it on and off or waking it up multiple times or whatever… it gets the word out to the other devices where it is and establishes the route. I think anyway… Also have found most published ranges to be BS…