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  1. looks like rs232 might be an option, if you can get strings you can write a driver Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. wire to 2 relays on a controller, if possible use a contact or tilt sensor to monitor status numeric variable button press sets the variable +1 if variable = 1 trigger the open relay if variable = 2 trigger the close relay set variable = 0 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Intrinsic has an IP driver that works just like the old one and doesn’t need Homekit. You have to pay for it but we’ve had success with it so far. otherwise i just use IR, homekit setup with the client is just painful Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Would be willing to do a screenshare if you want via AnyDesk or Teamviewer. Everything looks correct from photos. PM me if you want
  5. Router seems fine Switch seems fine but Port 18 as a Hybrid going to an unmanaged switch isn't necessary, you would have to either make it an Access port to access a certain vLAN or a Trunk port and if you want devices separated you would have to give them Static IP. I would try getting rid of the DHCP res you made for the camera and factory defaulting it, see if the RK1 picks it up in the dashboard and try to browse to it
  6. Also noticed that your switch is 10.0.1.240 and you set your camera to 10.0.2.240 In the vLAN world I'm pretty sure the 240 carries across the vLANs so you actually assigned your camera to the switches address on vLAN 2. I could be wrong, but I would test that theory
  7. Which port is your uplink? (Router to switch)
  8. your switch ports that have waps, nk1 and uplink need to be hybrid ports and tagged with the additional vlans your devices that sit on dedicated vlans should be access ports of that specific vlan Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. your switch ports that have waps, nk1 and uplink need to be hybrid ports and tagged with the additional vlans your devices that sit on dedicated vlans should be access ports of that specific vlan Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I could be wrong but i don’t remember the old dinners having a traveler wire so i don’t think you can use c4-ka with them Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. that dimmer is a forward phase dimmer and if you want to use in a 3-way or larger you would need a control4 keypad at each remote location. MLV = Magnetic Low Voltage Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. dim is a dimmer, sw is a switch. if you need to use them in more than a single pole application that device goes at the load and a keypad at the other end that just gets power and programming. i would not dim anything but incandescent or mlv with that dinner. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. where are you located? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I've used the music connect on tons of jobs specifically so the client can use the Sonos app if they prefer and I've not had any issues.
  15. you are correct, i had the 720 mixed up. 140w for the 1-5 channels and 60w for the rest of the channels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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