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  1. Hold up. Y'all are missing a very important question. OP, are you in a 240 volt country? 2.9.1 introduced dual-load dimmers and switches for Europe/Asia. Of course, if you're in a 120 volt country, feel free to ignore me.
  2. Control4 has a TL-280 (and IT-230) driver using the "security panel" proxy, AKA the one that lets you pop up a keypad. They don't have an IT-100 driver supporting that, but Domosapians does. https://www.houselogix.com/shop/dsc-powerseries-serial-driver-it-100
  3. Add the "NX-584 RS-232 Automation Module" driver to a virtual project. All the programming fields are in the documentation for that driver.
  4. You have to use the third party driver from Domosapians. https://www.houselogix.com/shop/dsc-powerseries-serial-driver-it-100
  5. As the HEOS driver says right inside of it...
  6. If you're using the zone2/3 on an AVR, you should be using the local source driver. See KB 1663.
  7. It took almost a year for me to finally say I've achieved what I wanted with an ecobee driver. Blackwire's driver has experience buttons for the temperature sensors, programming so I can put the thermostat in away/sleep when I arm the alarm, and best of all they're very responsive. A+ would buy again.
  8. I took a guess as to which model that is, but according to the user manual (page 7/8), the K wire isn't supposed to be used. So not sure what your installer was doing there.
  9. Do you have a heat pump or a regular system? Because you're reading the heat pump labels.
  10. It's not "normal", but I've seen it before. Reboot the remote and the battery should show full again.
  11. I agree. If you just need to control a TV, Roku, and cable box, a z2IR would be a good fit here. Just make sure the room has zigbee coverage from existing controllers.
  12. Also note that using an HC-200, 300, or 500 for any audio streaming will disable advanced audio. I would say at this point, consider an HC-250 for a secondary controller.
  13. you have to have a relay driver added to the project and bound to the DS2.
  14. only when armed away. armed stay remains off.