New Pico R - light levels

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New Pico R - light levels

Beitragvon SpinMark » 31.12.2015, 11:26

Hi I have the new Wilma and Pico R light heads and I am running them of a single Blue tooth switch and it works really well!! I have them both set to 2 light levels - so can switch both from "Dipped" to "Full" with a single press of the button!

The levels are fine for the Wilma - but I would like the Pico "low power" to be more than 1.2W and the "High power" to be less than 15W. Using the app on the iPhone this sort of adjustment seems possible for the Wilma (I have set the low power to 7W) - but I can't seem to do this for the Pico. Is there a "problem in the software" or is it just not possible for the Pico?

Thanks

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Re: New Pico R - light levels

Beitragvon microbat » 01.01.2016, 18:50

It isn´t possible for the pico.
The app for iphone or andriod communicated with the coding of the power controll system from the lamp.
If anything isn't programmed in the power controll system from the lamp it doesn´t accessed by the app.
The coding from the pico has only solid fix-programmed light modes.
This is determined by its design (one status LED) and historicall evolved.
The coding from Wilma and Betty is much different.

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Re: New Pico R - light levels

Beitragvon zetgopro » 05.07.2017, 10:45

microbat hat geschrieben:It isn´t possible for the pico.
The app for iphone or andriod communicated with the coding of the power controll system from the lamp.
If anything isn't programmed in the power controll system from the lamp it doesn´t accessed by the app.
The coding from the pico has only solid fix-programmed light modes.
This is determined by its design (one status LED) and historicall evolved.
The coding from Wilma and Betty is much different.

Happy New Year

Thanks microbat for pointing this out. I guess I'll have to go with the new Wilma to have more adjustment flexibility with the iPhone app.


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