If I set the minimum level to 10, does this mean when the light via HA shows 1% that it’s actually 10?

If I set Paramater 54 (2x Down to Min) and have 56 set to 1, is this actual 1% or is this the min value from parameter 9? I guess I don’t understand if Parameter 9 takes precedence to all other references to 1%/min level.

Ramp Rates For Parameters 1 through 8

Range: 0-254
0 = Instant On
1-4 = Not supported and will default to 5 (0.1ms)
5-100 = 100-10,000 milliseconds (0.1-10 seconds)
101-160 = 1-59 seconds
161-254 = 1-93 minutes

I’m trying to understand if the numbers are multiples or if I need to imagine some scale.

For example, if 100 = 10 seconds, and 1 = 0.1ms, but 5 also = 0.1 ms, how do I get 0.5ms or 500 ms? I would think 5 = 500 ms but it says that’s 100 ms.

If I apply my overthinking logic, I need to find out what values 5-100 mean, so if I know the min and max, and there are 95 levels between 5-100, then each level is about 104 ms, so I would want a value of 4, plus the base of 5, so 9 = 500ms???

Scenes and Multi taps!
Last question, just to confirm, but in order to use the “Config” button for multi taps and scenes, I have to disable a few things, right? So I have to disable 162 (clear notifications) and 58 (exclusion). Just want to confirm.

When you set minimum and maximum brightness levels, that range is then mapped to a pseudo 1 - 100 (99, maybe) using the min and max you set as 1 and 100. The hub will see that pseudo range as the brightness setting. Can’t specifically say for HA, but that’s how it works with out hubs.

I’m thinking the mapped range, but you should test. Presuming your bulb won’t illuminate a a true 1%, set your min to 1%. Then invoke the 2x down. Does the light go off? Now set the min to to something above where it illuminates and retest. Does the 2x down now keep the light illuminated. That will answer your question.

That’s exactly how it works. It’s now going to the newly mapped 1% (which is the minimum value set). If it ignored that, then in any situation where you had to adjust the minimum to make sure the light was visible at the minimum, the double tap down wouldn’t work.

5-100 is less numbers than 1-100 x 0.1s. 5-100 = 5-100 x0.1sec would be right.

101-160 is one more number/selection than 1-59s. Think about it, if 101=1, 102=2, etc then 159=59. So, 100-159 = 1-59 sec or 101-160 = 1-60s

161-254 is also one more number than 1-93. Maybe it’s 160-254=1-95m or 161-254=1-94m The second one doesn’t make much sense with 1m repeated twice for no real reason, so I suspect it’s the first range.