Example of description in XML:

<item addr="100:10" name="chandelier" type="rgb-lamp" auto-period="600" system="yes">
	<linked addr="101:16"/>  // is bound to the button with the address 101:1
    <automation ……/>  // set the automation for this element
</item>
<item addr="100:10" name="chandelier" type="rgb-lamp" auto-period="600" color-white="307:1">
	<linked addr="101:16"/>  // is bound to the button with the address 101:1
    <automation ……/>  // set the automation for this element
</item>

color-white=”dimmer ID:SUBID” – for adding and control dimmer brigtness bar in RGB palette.

Device status (4 bytes):

Byte number description
0 Device status.
Bit 0:
0 – off
1 – on
Bit 3:
0 – automation is disactivated
1 – automation is activated
Bit 7:
0 – no alarm
1 – alarm (relating to temperature)
1 V – brightness https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSL_and_HSV
0..250
2 S – contrast https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSL_and_HSV
0..250
3 Н – colour hue https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSL_and_HSV
0..250

Possible variants of setting the status

1. single-byte

byte description
0 Status (on/off)
0 – off
1 – on
0xFF – Change the status for the opposite one

2. 4-bytes

0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte

byte description
0 Status (on/off)
0 – off
1 – on
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
0xFF – Change the status for the opposite one
1 Brightness
0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
2 contrast
0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
3 colour hue

3. 5-bytes

0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte

byte description
0 Status (on/off)
0 – off
1 – on
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
0xFF – Change the status for the opposite one
1 Brightness
0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
2 contrast
0 – off
1..250 – brightness
0xFE – do not change the status of this byte
3 colour hue
4 Time required for changing the status, x0.1 seconds (runtime=100, apply as 10 seconds)