TexasUser

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  1. thanks. do you mind pointing me to some of the DMX drivers available? I just found this one Ketra's website: https://www.ketra.com/assets/ketra_pdfs/DMX_Control_Support_with_Ketra.pdf it looks like Ketra supports DMX512. I need to find configurable driver that lets me do step 6 below. I currently can do steps 1-5. (well, I think can do step 4. haven't tried yet, but i have set up ketra profiles and scenes). (from the linked PDF): The workflow is as follows : 1. Physically install and connect power to Ketra’s products. 2. Run the Design Studio software and create the installation file. 3. Create groups of lighting products as required for project application. 4. Setup DMX profiles in Design Studio and select which lighting groups each profile is mapped to. 5. Publish Ketra installation data. 6. Setup 3rd party controller by “patching” appropriate Ketra DMX profile ranges to controller channels.
  2. ahhhh.. good to know. i'll see about setting up the NVR on my qnap nas first.
  3. Does one still need the UniFi NVR hardware with this driver or just the cameras? I have an EA3 controller & UniFi networking hardware, and I'm considering the UniFi cameras. I've read I could use my QNAP NAS as the NVR.
  4. Anyone here have any experience getting Control4 to talk to (or listen to) Ketra bulbs?
  5. Current status of this project?
  6. Anyone here using IP Cameras with a QNAP NAS (& C4 of course)? i'm wondering which cameras out there (both indoor and outdoor) that are both C4 and QNAP compatible work well in the "real world?" Thanks.
  7. Thanks for the feedback. My dealer (he's done all the prewiring so far) told me the opposite, that c4 can mix and match inputs and outputs between two c4 matrix amps. I assumed it was done via daisy chaining or something similar. we're building a new house and haven't pulled the trigger on any automation yet. I'll circle back with my dealer.
  8. I thought C4 is able to "merge" their matrix amps? I.e. - in the above setup with 2 8-zone matrix amps, C4 would allow you to have a fully assignable (any source to any zone or group of zones) 16-zone WHA setup?