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  1. This isn’t mine, came across it on a Facebook group, so thought I’d share here:: I'm programming a project where there's [Scene] buttons on a couple keypad dimmers. I'm making it so that when you press the button, it recalls a scene, but when you press-and-hold the button, it saves current settings as the scene. Wrote instructions for myself, thought I'd share them here: ::::SETUP:::: Add one Snapshot Driver per [scene] button • Select the lights/AV you want saved/recalled Make [scene] button’s... • Button behavior “Keypad” • LED behavior “Push/Relea
  2. If you have a new Mac (M1), and you're not using the Control4 App, you should give it a go. I find myself using it a lot more than I thought I would. Loving it actually!!! Highly recommended.....
  3. It's a pretty high bar over there at team Chowmain - you must be good to have made the cut . Great to see Good businesses Growing!
  4. Wow - this looks epic! After eventually taking the plunge into using DMX last month, I was surprised at how easy it all is really - I wish I had done it years ago. I’d say to anyone considering trying it, just do it, you can add a lot of value to your clients projects by having DMX in your arsenal! This driver is definitely taking DMX to a meeting level in Control4!
  5. In answer to the original question - nothing comes close. But besides that, imagine trying to sell you Multi-million dollar smart home that only you can support....... That won't go done well.........
  6. Native homekit support - So I don't have to open the app, and wait for it to connect in order to use it...
  7. Quick question - Does the Driver support LED strip lights which are Dual White - Something Like This: https://www.instyleled.co.uk/12-watt-cct-led-tape-colour-temperature-changing/. I'm assuming it will functionally, but from a UI / UX Colorwheel perspective?
  8. Thanks - Ordered one, should be in the U.K. on Monday apparently! Love Amazon
  9. Oh..... for some reason I thought you had to purchase a separate driver in order to get the colour wheel. Thanks for clarifying!
  10. Is a colour wheel included? This made me ask the question: Single ColorPicker driver for iOS/Android/T3/T4, no more messing around with multiple drivers
  11. Thanks for the response. All the lights are in separate areas, so I'm assuming I would want them set as separate addresses. I see these are popular; PX24500 RGB DMX Decoder - You agree?
  12. Wow - those are some great setups! I have a few questions, but first some info: Obviously the default choice for the DMX controller is the ES device. Meanwell 24V Power Supply I'm probably going to use this decoder: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B075FHJM35/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_2?smid=A2P8OYELLY8086&psc=1 I have 4 remote locations (Full Table Below) I ran 18/6 cable to a few locations from a central point (Up to 12m) Ideally I would like to use RGBWW for all lighting locations (as you've suggested), but I'm concerned that the voltage drop would be
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