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{LM} command (Monochrome light)

Set a monochrome light channel brightness or start a light sequence pattern. The command can also be used to switch items on and off with the use of relays.

Syntax

{LM} ch ␑ action ␑ value1 value2

  • ch The channel to change.
  • action Perform some action on the light on channel ch. Available actions are:
    • On (good for relay connections)
    • Off (good for relay connections)
    • DOff (with incandescent fade)
    • Flash - flash on and off
    • FlashR - flash on and off rapidly
    • Transition from current brightness to a new brightness
      • value1 = brightness percentage from 0 to 100.
      • value2 = time in seconds to transition to the new setting
    • Lightning  simulate lightning flashes and return brightness to original value
    • Flames - simulates flickering flames
    • Fluorescent - simulate the flickering start of a fluorescent light
    • Coals - simulates glowing coals
    • Phone - simulates a cell phone camera flash
    • Camera - simulates a camera flash gun
    • Slag - cooling slag (over 15 minutes)
    • Sunrise -  simulate increasing brightness
      • value1 = number of minutes to transition to full brightness
    • Sunset -  simulate decreasing brightness
      • value1 = number of minutes to transition to fully off
    • TV - simulates the changing light that lights up a room from a TV screen
    • Minutes - switch on and off at intervals specified
      • value1 = minutes the light should be on
      • value2 = minutes the light should be off
    • Seconds - switch on and off at intervals specified
      • value1 = Seconds the light should be on
      • value2 = Seconds the light should be off
    • RandomM - switch light on and off at random intervals
      • value1 = maximum minutes the light should be on
      • value2 = maximum minutes the light should be off
    • RandomS - switch light on and off at random intervals
      • value1 = maximum seconds the light should be on
      • value2 = maximum seconds the light should be off
    • Welder - simulate the light from an arc welder
Note that multiple independent light channels can be combined. For example, yellow and red could be combined with flames and glowing coal patterns in a campfire.

See also: {LC}

Overview and list of all RemoteSign commands: API reference

Supported by:
RemoteSign Sequencer v3.5
RemoteSign ESP v3.5