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  1. That’s what I figured but I can’t seem to find the route to the users. Are you able to clarify where I need to go to do this? Many thanks.
  2. I feel like this is a dumb question with an obvious answer, but I can't figure it out. I have a Kwikset 914 deadbolt but would like to know how to add users/user codes via C4 rather than the lock itself. I am assuming this is doable but at a loss. Can anyone advise? Thanks!
  3. Don't need to be wireless. Above, @lippavisual said: "Just about any programmable thermostats you find at Lowe’s or HD all have remote sensor capabilities. Having a hard time seeing the struggle you’re having." Is that not the case?
  4. For us it's an aesthetic thing- we would rather have the small sensors rather than the thermostats on the walls.
  5. Thanks all. Wasn't sure that was the case - I stand corrected!
  6. Thanks, but Ecobee 'stats are relatively pricy - what I am looking for (if it even exists) is a cheap programmable thermostat that supports a remote sensor. It does not have to tie into C4. Basically looking for the most economical option that allows us to remote locate thermostats, whether or not it can be part of C4. If we were insistent on C4 we would go with the C4 stat or something else. Sorry for any confusion.
  7. Can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive programmable thermostat with remote sensor capabilities, if they exist? We generally view thermostats as "set it and forget it" so don't need to tie these into our C4 system. More important to us is being able to remotely locate the thermostats and have sensors on the walls. However we haven't really been able to find much that isn't pretty close to the C4 thermostats. If we have no other reasonably more inexpensive options then in that case we would probably just go the C4 route. Interested in any suggestions. Thanks!
  8. This looks pretty cool but then what do you do about your existing doorbell? Most people will look for the usual place for the doorbell.
  9. Dropcam has today released an API program - see http://bit.ly/1s3ZilS. I've got a couple of these and would be very cool to see this integrated with C4 in some way.
  10. Pretty pathetic how often this feature doesn't work.
  11. I don't plan on having lights in the ceiling fan, so it's really an on/off/speed consideration.
  12. Hi Ryan, Can you clarify this a little more for me -- I am currently in the market for a ceiling fan for our bedroom and I want to make sure we get one that will be able to integrate with C4. Is there anything in particular that I should or should not be looking for?
  13. I used Somfy motors and components (a combo of wired and battery powered) which I bought online from avoutlet.com. They were great. Probably cost me $200/shade (if not less) to retrofit existing rollease tubes. The RTS interface was a bit of a bitch to integrate, but my dealer was able to figure it out without too much trouble.
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