Either for a slow colour gradient, for a daylight alarm clock or for another bauble: The dimming speed can be adjusted.
The dimming speed - ie the time required for the dimming process to change from the current output value to the desired new output value - can be configured. In for each mood scene and device. Thus it is possible to define, for example, that the mood scenes 0 to 4 are called in "normal" speed, but mood scene 11 should be called in "slow" speed. This setting option can be found by selecting the desired room in the configurator in the "activities" tab, then choose the colour light and after that the desired mood scene. Now click on the device with the right mouse button and select "edit activity settings" and after that "advanced settings". The transition time for this device and this mood scene can then be changed from "standard" to "slow".
The default setting for slow means a transitional period of 60 seconds. This always applies when calling this mood scene.
Example: The luminaire is currently at 40 % brightness. The brigntness target value in the setting is 70 % and the tranistional period is slow, which means 60 seconds. Then it takes 60 seconds for the light brightness to change from 40 % zu 70 % when calling up this mood scene. If several lights are involved in this mood scene, all with the same slow transitional period, the end of the mood scene change is reached exactly at the same time by all lights. This allows for creating beautiful effects.
Unfortunately, the transition time in the configurator can not be changed.