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  1. it may have something to do with the built in ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts backlight and status LED brightness depending on the light level in the room. https://www.control4.com/docs/product/wireless-fan-speed-controller/data-sheet/english/latest/wireless-fan-speed-controller-data-sheet-rev-a.pdf
  2. Carrier Infinity with control4

    ROFL, nice. I don't think their marketing people are doing a very good job thanks for pointing it out.
  3. Carrier Infinity with control4

    another document i came across about the API with a little more detail http://dms.hvacpartners.com/docs/1010/Public/00/sw_openapi_gs.pdf
  4. Carrier Infinity with control4

    it appears Carrier (Bryant (same company)) has released an "Evolution open API", not sure to what extent it allows control but maybe one of the driver developers here may want to invest some time in investigating as to if it is advanced enough to allow full control through IP by Control4. It clearly states " remote control of Evolution Systems by home automation systems without the use of a SAM module" http://dms.hvacpartners.com/docs/1010/Public/07/bry_alx_ecomm.pdf here is the relevant portion: The interface to the Amazon Alexa system was built using the Evolution Open API, introduced last year. The Bryant Evolution Open API (Application Programming Interface) is the set of rules, protocols and tools that creates the bridge to allow cloud-to-cloud interface of home automation systems to internet-connected Evolution systems with Evolution Connex wall controls. This allows users to access their home comfort system from a variety of connected home mobile apps. The Evolution Open API allows third-party, smart home integrators to connect to the Evolution Connex online database to allow interface and remote control of Evolution Systems by home automation systems without the use of a SAM module. Feel free to point third-party integrators to EvolutionOpenAPI@bryant.com to request more information. Download the Getting Started Guide, available on www.HVACpartners.com for more information on how to access the Evolution Open API. Now’s the time for your home automation partners to begin working on interfaces using the Evolution Open API to have these features available within their systems moving forward.
  5. glad to hear. you're welcome.
  6. after you rebooted panel did you reboot controller again also?
  7. Audio

    no offence but if you are not sure of the binding process I do not believe you should have or be using composer pro. the driver allows you to bind 2 unlike (different) inputs or outputs. IE converting a digital audio signal to analog. BTW sorry sonic30101 for re-posting your link to the driver, i made the mistake of reading post backwards from oldest (from link in activity page) and did not make it up far enough to see your post. my apologies.
  8. Audio

    you need to use a media converter driver also to allow you to bind the converted connection. http://www.houselogix.com/shop/universal-control4-adapter-driver
  9. have you tried to power cycle the panel ? be sure to disconnect panel backup battery before doing so.
  10. Carrier Infinity with control4

    you do need a SAM (unfortunately)and it requires a serial connection to control4. utilizing the new v2 driver available on 2.6.0 and up you can also access all features including 7 day scheduling, humidity, and vacation mode toggle/duration. these features are only visible on navigator with myhome apps (android and IOS)along with control4 touchscreens (infinity edge or above) and not viewable (for some reason) on your controllers TV OSD. https://drivers.control4.com/solr/drivers/browse?&q=&fq=manufacturer:"Carrier"
  11. IP Control device list

    here is a list of 901 models that support IP control through native drivers as Gary Leeds mentioned http://drivers.control4.com/solr/drivers/browse?&fq=controlMethod%3A"ip"&q=&fq=primaryProxy:"tv" you can click on specific manufacture to narrow it down further if you have a preference of one brand over another like Sony or Samsung for example. and of course as annex4 mentioned there are third party drives like theirs for other brands/models with enhanced functionality like their popular LG webOs and Visio drivers also.
  12. Sony Driver help

    http://drivers.control4.com/solr/drivers/browse?&q=Blu-ray+Player&fq=manufacturer:"Sony"
  13. Generic Camera

    http://www.yatundev.eu/drivers/generic-fixed-ip-camera
  14. maybe something like this? https://www.geekbuying.com/item/GeekBox-Open-Source-Cross-TV-BOX-Android-Ubuntu-Dual-Boot-4K-RK3368-Octa-Core-2G-16G-AC-WIFI-1000M-LAN-BT4-1-HDMI2-0-OTG-358067.html
  15. Stelpro Convectors for Smart Home

    just throwing this out there as a possibly solution, could he not setup a Vera controller and Vera C4 driver and control it through that possibly? kinda a round about way and extra cost but may be the only way?
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