# Use Fibaro dimmer level to control Philips Hue bulbs

I have replaced all dimmers with Fibaro dimmers. Then, I have a few Philips Hue bulbs around the house. I would like to create a flow where all Philips Hue bulbs in the room follows the dim level/on/off status of the the Fibaro dimmer for the main light. In this manner, all lights and dim levels would be controlled with the switch for the Fibaro dimmer. Is it possible to do this? I have yet not figured out how I can do.

An even more advanced solution: I have also defined 5 dim scenes for all lights in many rooms. Would it be possible to define that â€śIf Fibaro dim level is between 100 % and 80 %â€ť then start light scene â€śBright Light Living Roomâ€ť. â€śIf Fibaro dim level is between 80 % and 60 %â€ť then start light scene â€śNormal Light Living Roomâ€ť etc.

I donâ€™t have Fibaro, but Iâ€™m guessing thereâ€™s a â€śdim-level changedâ€ť card you can use under the â€śwhenâ€ť part of the flow. Assuming thatâ€™s true, then:

WHEN:
Fibaro dimmer dim-level changed

THEN:
Philips Hue -> â€śSet brightness of all lights in a roomâ€ť -> then click the label icon and select the â€śDim levelâ€ť tag that belongs to the Fibaro dimmer.

Thank you for the answer! However, it is not possible to get the dim level for the Fibaro dimmer to set the dim level for the Philips Hue bulbsâ€¦ At least not directly as you describe.

Can you elaborate on what part isnâ€™t working?

Well, when configuring the card for the light level for the Philips Hue bulbs, I have to insert a specific number, e.g. 80 %. I do not want to do this. I want to insert â€ścurrent dim level for the Fibaro dimmer in the roomâ€ť. Which is not possibleâ€¦

when dim-level changed
Then

This way it should be possible I think, taking the tag â€śNiveauâ€ť (Dim-Level in English)

This is what @Cory meant with

select the â€śDim levelâ€ť tag

Thanks! I did not notice that label icon. Moving to some testing nowâ€¦!

Any idea on how I can create the flow IF â€śDim level for Fibaro dimmer is between 100 % and 80 %â€ť?

Use â€śLogicâ€ť for that.

Awesome - thanks a lot! Solves my problem perfectly

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