I have two very detailed questions...
The Multilevel Switch Start Level Change Command allow starting a transition (dimming) and also has a "start level" as a parameter. There is also a bit telling wheter or not the receiving device should ignore the start level or not.
The definition in the specifications says:
I am only testing with the user-LED and it is not easy to see, but I seems that the Z-Uno is not considering the start level, even with the bit at 0, which is still good in terms of the specification as it only says "should". Could you please confirm that?A receiving device SHOULD respect the start level if the Ignore Start Level bit is 0.
A receiving device MUST ignore the start level if the Ignore Start Level bit is 1.
The second question is comming from that I noticed that a lot of reports are generated during such a dimming. Is there a rule or specification how many reports should be generated, or a limit that should be considered? If I think of an secured device, where each "normal" transmission will result in three secured transmissions, then it will be a lot of messages going around.
The public specification doesn't contain informations about that this command is generating reports, and in fact I was not expecting them...
It would be glad if you could give me some explanations here as well.