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  1. I would suggest a reboot followed by a Refresh Navigators..
  2. There are C4 versions of the valve and the sensors. Contact Sinopé. Drivers are available.
  3. Have a look at our Dynamic Preset Manager on DriverCentral.
  4. To control such a device from C4, you’ll need to get the ZB-C4 version of your selected thermostat (the TH1123ZB-C4 or TH1500ZB-C4, for example) directly from Sinopé. There is a free certified driver available in Composer for these. There are no drivers for the Wi-Fi or retail Zigbee versions of the Sinopé thermostats. I’m controlling such a wall heater (with fan) using a TH1500ZB-C4. Works fine.
  5. Indeed, our Keypad Enhancer driver allows you to disable a keypad to prevent guests from playing with it during a party. There is even a secret button sequence you may use yourself to re-enable locally it if needed. I hope this helps. Paul
  6. Annoucing our new ADVANCED LIGHTING GROUP driver, now available on DriverCentral at https://drivercentral.io/platforms/control4-drivers/lighting/advanced-lighting-group.
  7. Unfortunately not, as DSC have decided that they did not want competing drivers.
  8. Advanced Lighting Scenes are a way to do this, but they are limited to a predefined end state. There is a Control4 Dimmer Load Group driver, but I am working on a more elaborate Advanced Lighting Group driver which would be more flexible. No commitment on availability at this time, but it should be in the next few weeks. The driver will be listed on DriverCentral.
  9. Text messages are sent via the Control4 infrastructure. That could have had a temporary problem. Glad all is up again.
  10. Somfy has a full line of motors and control devices which provide 2-way control. For this, you should contact Somfy directly. As for dry contact generic motors, it becomes a matter of reliability and support from the manufacturer.
  11. The driver handles dry contact motors in a relatively standard way: an 'UP' contact, a "DOWN' contact and a 'STOP' contact. In addition, Somfy allows closing both 'UP' and 'DOWN' at the same time to signify 'STOP' instead of using the separate 'STOP' contact. This is also supported as an option. The timing model in the driver should allow for % open/closed. If your generic motors can work with a 400ms pulse for 'UP', 'DOWN' and 'STOP', you should be OK. I hope this helps.
  12. Hi 1. This driver works very well with OS 3.0 2. No other parts needed. The driver will connect with one of the 3 myLinks which will, in turn communicate with the other 2. 3. Yes. Other benefits: the main benefit is the % model. I hope this helps.
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