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  1. As above, latest update for Sonos includes SDDP for Control4 which helps it track the device if it changes its IP address, as far as benefitting the dealer it probably reduces the setup time for Sonos in Control4 by about 5 seconds.
  2. Anyone know where to get the HS300 or similar in the UK?
  3. Thanks for this Alan, don't suppose you know your tplink driver will work with the UK HS110 model too? https://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-Required-Control-Devices-Anywhere/dp/B07GWWRK1C/ref=sr_1_5?crid=4SLDRDQZGWN8&keywords=tp%2Blink%2Bsmart%2Bplug&qid=1562653415&s=gateway&sprefix=tp%2Blink%2Bsmart%2B%2Caps%2C139&sr=8-5&th=1
  4. We have done a few jobs with the C4 drivers and have had to stick dummy IR drivers in there to wake from standby. All settings correct on TV and followed instructions for driver setup to the letter but after they have been in standby for an hour or so they will not respond to WOL commands. All my installs with Annex4 driver have been rock solid and they have a much wider range of mini drivers too.
  5. Any LG WebOS TV and the Annex4 driver works awesome, great selection of mini drivers too for direct access to apps.
  6. Timer not running:START starts the timer from 0, triggering any programming for STARTSTOP stops the timer triggering any programming for STOPRESET starts the timer from 0, triggering any programming for STARTTimer running:START resets the timer to 0, start the timer but triggers NO programming eventsSTOP stops the timer triggering any programming for STOPRESET starts the timer from 0, triggering any programming for START AND STOP
  7. Personally I would probably just use the Reset command instead of Start as that way you can be sure the timer is starting from its original duration.
  8. There is no need for it to go back to original state when you stop it, as it will start at the original timer duration whenever you start it again.
  9. https://www.control4.com/documentation/Composer_HE_User_Guide/Programming_with_the_Timer_Agent.htm
  10. Bear in mind this is for the new Timer Agent in OS3, the OS3 Agent isn't as flexible.
  11. Benefit of timer is correct sequence needs to be pressed within a time limit, whereas with just variables the correct sequence could be done with any time gap between press making it slightly more likely to happen by accident.
  12. You could probably do this with just timers. For a 3 button sequence: When button A is pressed, start Timer 1. When button B is pressed, IF Timer 1 is still running - start Timer 2. When button C is pressed, IF Timer 2 is still running - Open Bedroom Blinds
  13. If the keypad buttons you want to disable just control light loads you could set a schedule to change the preset level for all those loads to 0%, that way the toggle command for the loads on the keypad buttons would only ever switch it between 0 and 0 and never come on. If the keypads were ZigBee then you add a dedicated controller and create a separate mesh just for the keypads you wish to disable, then when you are away, you could programmatically kill power to the controller running the ZigBee mesh for those keypads via a smart plug or controllable PoE outlet. Likewise for the touchscreens, set them all up on WiFi on a dedicated SSID and then create a scheduled on/off for that Wi-Fi SSID.
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