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    Hi All,

    I am in the process of adding lighting to the garden and want to use LED RGB floodlights/spotlights.

    The issue I'm having is that all of the LED RGB lights on market cannot be linked together so the operate as one/or in zones. This would be unbearable, and probably end up looking like a bad 80s nightclub in the garden with various hues of light changing randomly everywhere!

    Does anyone know a good solution to this? My first thought was to go down the RF route however how would I connect this into my Fibaro system?

    Thanks in advance!

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    What is is it that you actually want to do, because RGB LED flood lights might not be the best option any way. If you can explain either via a PM or in another post then I can advise you on the best course of action.
    Does the Fibaro system have any 0-10V outputs or similar.
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    If you are interested we do do some 18W garden spot lights that are RGB and these can be connected together. The projection distance is about 15 to 20m.
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