• khaki93

    Oh my how dumb could one possibly be :cold_sweat:
    Tanks again for the hint. Guess i would have found it but after hours of searching.
    Now the project can continue.

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  • khaki93

    Hey Thanks for your hard work :)
    But now i’ve got a shitload of errors while the led-light plugin tries to install -_-
    I copied the part of the Logfile to my server. If you want to read through it KLICK ME
    However i’d probably need the whole Weekend to debug this :cold_sweat:
    Even tried deleting the my Config and using yours instead. This wo’nt work too

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  • khaki93

    Hey thats really a fast reply :) Thanks

    I found another entry in this forum Klick my LINK from @Patjee. Theres shown a really cool color picker. Since i’m not the brightest light when it comes to programming - is there any option to “steal” the Mi-light color picker and use it for Johnny-Five? However there seems to be no automated fading option. Is this a job for the Rules section? I’m not really in hurry with the RGB stripe since the Mosfets won’t arrive the next few weeks. So i can wait for it ;)

    Now i’ve got another problem with my Setup. Shall i make a new Thread for it? It’s about the 433mhz Receiver.

    And by the way - i really appreciate your hard Work for Pimatic! You’re doing a great job!

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  • khaki93

    Hello :)
    My name is Kai and i’m new to this forum. Since i didn’t find anything about it as i used the search function, i create this Thread. If i’m doing something wrong, please let me know!

    I’ve got a Problem with the Johnny Five RGB LED function. The RGBLED is directly connected to my Pi without any resistors and is a common cathode type. The configured RGB device works withoud producing any errors but as i added it to the web ui, the only thing i was able to adjust was the brightnes. The color is just shown as “RGB #ffffff” which equals white. The Pins are definitely configured correctly because creating a pwm device for each color works just fine.! The whole thing should later be used for my RGB Stripe - of course with MOSFETs and 12V… Hopefully i don’t just forgot a little thing - or is it really supoosed to look like this?

    This is how it looks like. Firefox and Chrome are showing the same results.
    0_1492542855146_webui.png

    My config for the device, plugin and the page:

    Plugin

      {
      "boards": [
        {
          "id": "2",
          "boardType": "raspi-io"
        }
      ],
      "plugin": "johnny-five",
      "active": true,
      "debug": true
    },
    

    Device

    {
      "boardId": "2",
      "pins": {
        "red": "GPIO5",
        "green": "GPIO19",
        "blue": "GPIO26"
      },
      "isAnode": "false",
      "id": "rgbled",
      "name": "rgbled",
      "class": "JohnnyFiveRgbLed"
    }
    

    Pages

    {
      "id": "testpage",
      "name": "TestPage",
      "devices": [
        {
          "deviceId": "rgbred"
        },
        {
          "deviceId": "rgbgreen"
        },
        {
          "deviceId": "rgbblue"
        },
        {
          "deviceId": "ledblue"
        },
        {
          "deviceId": "taster1"
        },
        {
          "deviceId": "rgbled"
        }
      ]
    }
    

    Thanks for your Help in advance :)

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