Since the Aeon Labs LED bulb in the control units from the Fibaro company does not have full support and it is possible to use the dimmer function only in the cold white colour:
The Aeon Labs LED bulb is fully compatible with other control units such as Vera Edge, Vera Plus or RaZberry and Popp Hub so you can change the colours without any additional configuration.
Note: You can use the white cold colour of the bulb only separately, this means that it overwrites the other colour settings.
At the beginning it is necessary to find out the ID of the bulb and note it down, later you will need this number for the modification of the imported virtual device. It is easy to find out the ID of the device. Click the settings of the Aeon Labs LED bulb and in the basic settings you wil see the ID of this device (note it down).
The procedure for the import of a virtual device is the same for both control units. Be careful to enter the correct file. The configuration and the additional settings of the virtual device are different for each device. Follow the instructions for your control unit.
In the Devices panel select Add or remove devices at the end of the page Import a virtual device -> select the respective file.
For Home Center 2 it is the file Aeon Labs RGB HC2.vfib
For Home Center Lite it is the file Aeon Labs RGB HCL.vfib
After the import of the correct file the imported virtual device will be automatically opened. Click the Advanced item. Now roll down to the end of the page where you can see the window called Main loop.
In this window first change the number called Lamp to the number of the Aeon Labs LED bulb you had found out - how to find it out is described above.
Then enter two hyphens into the line where you can find the command os.exit(), it will look like this:
Then do not forget to save the device. Now you are able to change the colours of the bulb.
After the import of the correct file the imported virtual device will be automatically opened. Click the Advanced item.
First it is necessary to change the IP address of the virtual device to 127.0.0.1 and the TCP port to 11111.
Scroll down the page. If you want to control your RGB bulb using this virtual device it is necessary to change the ID number in the virtual device for each window. See the figure below.
Do not forget to save the device, then you will be able to change the colours of your RGB bulb.