Set color / brightness without power?

Cupertino, January 7, 2022

I try to have circadian-style lighting in several rooms, along with occupancy switches. Eve is supposed to allow you to switch whether power, color, brightness, and color temperature are encoded in the scene. What I did was have circadian scenes for all the lights and just set the color / brightness using the Eve app. For example, morning, day, afternoon, etc. These are activated depending on the time. Then you have two scenes for each room for when it's busy or not, and you just switch the power to those scenes. These are activated by sensors. However, when the circadian scenes are activated, it turns on all the lights, even though we have cleared the "Power" setting for all the lights in the circadian scene. Is there a way to do what I want without reproducing circadian scenes for each room?

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