RGB values to HSB "color light" variable

        //RGB
    analogWrite(RED, redVal);
    analogWrite(GREEN, greenVal);
    analogWrite(BLUE, blueVal);

I use my RGB led strip like this with IoT cloud sliders, but now I want to control it with Alexa and it requires me to change this to "color light" variable. And cause I really dont know how to use this HSB variable Im stuck... Can someone help me with this?

"https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/color/rgb-to-hsv.html"

Yeah I get that, but what I need is help or example of how to use CloudColoredLightvariable.

What library ?
Reading in internet I see somethig about a method of a library to get r/g/b part
like moodLight.getValue().getRGB(r, g, b);

I have IoT cloud project and I use RGB LED with sliders as I said above. But now I`d like to use Alexa which requires that I need to change my redVal, greenVal and blueVal int variables to this CloudColoredLight variable which does include switch and HSB LED control.

And cause my RGB was pretty simple I have no idea how to use CloudColoredLight...

I guess there is no need to convert RGB to HSB (I could be wrong though). I just need to switch RGB code to HSB code, but I couldn`t find any examples of that...

Hi,
This worries me.
Did you GOOGLE:

arduino rgb to hsv

And find this.
https://www.arduino.cc/reference/en/libraries/colorconverter/

Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:
PS, Sorry but it is so simple, you want to know how to convert RGB to HSV with Arduino, GOOGLE it.

Yeah I did.

It seems that actually reading isn`t your strength... Like I said I´m not necessarily converting anything. What I need is help to use IoT cloud colored light function as it is meant to, cause it does not work with my code.

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Is that what you need to understand.

So you do not want to convert but rewrite your project to work in purely HSV variables?

Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

This was it... Took me shamefully long to actually understand what I was doing. But anyway problem solved with this. Of course it needed a little tuning but works perfectly. I tried this at first with nano rp2040 bult in RGB led and colors were all over the place... But then I just bravely applied it to my project and it works as it should.