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Jeffrey

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  1. I’m in the same situation as the OP. Been looking at the hardwired fixtures but would like the ability to change the color. A few fixtures coming to market that allow lights to change color but very expensive. Would something like this work? Can it be hidden in a wall? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZDR42C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_oD7dEbCB3AZ2R Jeff
  2. The investment firms that own SnapAV couldn’t care less about how our small group of C4 enthusiasts hate their new product. They are only looking to maximize their investment for a future sale. I have a feeling we will be seeing more product decisions like this come out in the future. I also can’t imagine how difficult it must be to produce and manufacture any type of electronics and also build an innovative one. Seems like the google and apples and amazon types are bound to win. Not sure if that is good or not. Jeff
  3. www.Level.co Would be great if something like this was available with C4 integration. We have antique brass finish and I haven’t been able to find any compatible C4 locks that have this finish. With this company no need to buy a whole new handle set. Jeff
  4. So can you clue us in on why it has been so difficult to get native Siri/HomeKit integration? I don’t know two beans about writing any type of programming code but would be interested in hearing from someone like you who does. Thanks! Jeff
  5. Thanks for the clarifications guys. You are right - load wire is definitely needed for dimmer.
  6. Dimmer has to go on the side that has power coming into the box. Jeff
  7. I think I will try to solder a wire onto the existing stub of a wire. I probably would damage the circuit board if I tried to replace the wire. Resoldering to a board is something I have zero experience with. Maybe someone else has done this and will respond.
  8. Thanks! That was my assumption as well. I’ve never opened one up before, but I assume it is soldered to a board or chip of some kind?
  9. I bought these switches (not dimmers) used so I guess I get what I pay for! But is there any way to make this work? Why would someone cut the neutral wire on the switch so short? I was thinking if possibly soldering a wire to the stub. Bad idea? Thanks, Jeff
  10. I’m on 2.10.5 and found the driver but what do I bind it to? This is for card access WCS10-R relay. I only have relay 1, relay 2 and magnetic contact for binding choices. It does display local temp under the system design tab. Missing something easy... Thanks! Jeff
  11. Only one thing in the world could've dragged me away from the soft glow of electric sex gleaming in the window.
  12. I have this exact Volt transformer box. I stuck a C4 outlet switch in there plugged in the transformer and shut the metal box. Been working fine for years. Not sure if an outlet dimmer is appropriate for this install. I would use a switch instead. Jeff
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