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  1. I never migrated my Nest Account to Google......Never did the two step authentication either and I'm able to "skip" the process and log into my account. My Nest thermostat working fine on 3.1 currently.
  2. Phillips Motion Driver does that. Requires the Hue Bridge (which opens the door to more Hue devices) but I think its probably one of the best drivers available. To answer your question - on top of motion, it senses TEMPERATURE and LUX. And the motions are cheap, small, and have excellent battery life. https://www.unilogiq.com/en/control4-drivers Zero problems whatsoever....really love it. Very reliable. I swear I don't work for them - just love the driver.
  3. Christopher, I'm unaware of any driver for the HVAC you mentioned - BUT you should consult with your dealer about NEST or C4 integration via thermostats available. And the pull rope shades - that's a rabbit hole.....get ready to spend some bux When you said you were going to call your dealer and complain - I actually felt a little bad. Let me re-state - YOU NEED your dealer and HE needs you. Buy him lunch and you guys sit down and talk about what you want and expect from your system. You will end up happier with C4 I promise.
  4. That's what I was eluding to....but not having the whole story, all we can do is assume.
  5. https://www.unilogiq.com/en/control4-drivers Zero problems whatsoever....really love it. Very reliable.
  6. Maybe a bit of overkill - but I'm a HUGE fan of the Phillips Motion Driver. Requires the Hue Bridge (which opens the door to more Hue devices like the motion sensor I'm going to reccomend) but I think its probably one of the best drivers available. To answer your question - on top of motion, it senses TEMPERATURE and lux. You can program off temp changes And the motions are cheap, small, and have excellent battery life.
  7. As far as I can remember, the C07's are POE. C4 is dealer based system so yes you will always need the dealer for hardware changes like that. There's some DIY can save you a few bucks -for example buying the C07's and installing yourself and running the CAT5/6 yourself and finally installing a POE switch on your network connecting the CO7's. Personally - I use my dealer for all that as I just don't have the time to crawl around in the attic etc. The better your relationship with your dealer - the more you will enjoy the C4 environment. Your dealer has an easy service call for this upgrade and even some remotely - assuming you have 4Sight. One last side note: I'm a bit interested in the upgrade the OS…….didn't your dealer go over what's going to be impacted ahead of the upgrade to 2.10? I don't know what other equipment is in your project either. For all I know you could still have some serious "upgrade incompatibility" issues to resolve.
  8. Bad news - Those are definitely "end of life".....those are super old touchscreens. I wouldn't have them in a 2.10 project at all. Good news - staying on 2.10 and you could use the C07 touchscreens which are widely available on fleabay for $100 or less with the backbox. Combine that with intercom anywhere and 4Sight - you got yourself a nice little upgrade worth the money. The C07's technically "work" in 3.0 should you choose that path - but who knows for how long
  9. I have a few switches, dimmers, and keypads (6, 3, and 2) leftover...….PM you tonight with what I have.
  10. I have older SWITCHES in my project - they work fine but I'm phasing them out one at the time. I use the switches for closets, bathroom exhaust fans, outdoor floods, outdoors, and generally places that are not in high visibility areas that I'd still like a little control over...I find the APD to be far superior with a wider range of LED in terms of dimming without flicker.
  11. Tried google and it seems their website is down? https://www.dtiautomation.com
  12. The Generic IP Camera Fixed driver may work for you...I'm unaware if any driver for UniFi or Wyze
  13. Example - my Blue Iris Program is on my PC which has an IP of 192.168.0.205 port 81......my cameras were setup as 192.168.0.200 thru 204 @KWD I'll pm you and thanks for the offer. I just have not spent enough time to get it, I'm sure you are right.
  14. I couldn't get the free C4 Blue Iris driver to work for me. If I remember correctly it was issued in 2016 and hasn't been updated since?? I was really hoping to be able to use that driver to pull a specific 2MP stream for the T3's while allowing the cameras to be a full 8MP with Blue Iris software. The driver did, however, find my Blue Iris server - but didn't give me any cameras from the drop down to apply. I was really looking forward to using. I ended up using the Alibi (Hikvision) driver. Driver works great and camera's show up when addressed from individual Camera IP. My issue is - I had to lower resolution in order to display on T3's which was disappointing. Anything higher than 2MP really doesn't display on the T3's. I am displaying cameras thru the Blue Iris app and the C4' app and T3's
  15. Point me to this compatibility camera driver?
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