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  1. Hello, I've seen many Aprilaire discussions but nothing with the latest version of the 8920W thermostat. Is there a version of an existing driver or potentially developing driver that supports this thermostat? Thanks for the help.
  2. You should be able to. I wanted independent control of each zone.
  3. Yes, mine are inline because I didn't want extra physical switches on the patio. To your other point about low and high, it's one element on for low, two elements on for high.
  4. digitaltrader, Can you explain? How do you control the AC unit on ThinQ via IFTTT driver? I assume it won't show up as HVAC.
  5. I conducted some searches but didn't find anything with LG ThinQ integration. Is there such a thing or does anyone know if it is planned? I'm very interested in controlling a LG Mini-Split AC system, which is used for cooling the garage. The mini-split is using the LG Premium (PREMTA000) Thermostat and the main unit has the ability to add the LG wireless module for connection to ThinQ service. I know the Intesisbox could be an option but it would be better using the native interface. ThinQ also allows connection to other IOT products (laundry) so it would be good to have a consistent interface and you would pick up support for more devices. Any ideas on this one?
  6. I just did the same thing with our home. We installed 2 of the 6000W heaters. It has to be wired with 240v and each one of the elements needs it's own heavy duty switch. This is what I used. Aeotec Heavy Duty Smart Switch, Z-Wave Plus controller, 40 amps https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MBIRF5W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Again, you'll need one per element, or two per fixture (depending on the size you purchased). These are easily controlled by my Vera z-wave controller and then assigned as a relay to the Heater Driver in Control4. This way it doesn't look like a "light bulb" and gets put into the Comfort Menu.
  7. Did this driver ever come out? It looks like it should have, based upon this write-up on Sub-Zero's site, but I don't see any updated drivers. https://www.subzero-wolf.com/assistance/answers/control4-home-automation
  8. Hey msgreenf, Have you tried the new driver? How is it? I can't tell through the pictures, does it allow you to control all RGB & W channels independently? Thanks, H
  9. Hey msgreenf Any progress on the Magic Home Driver? I've got 2x so would be happy to be a beta tester. Just let me know. Regards, Hizzle
  10. Hey mindetc1 are you using Home Magic modules or MiLight? I believe I had MiLight working like you describe, 4 color + white channels, but it would be great if it worked on Home Magic too.
  11. Hello jingcha, I haven't tried using Alexa but I got most everything working I wanted by using Vera and Control4. Since my lights are all z-wave, that is why I have Vera. I've tried the Control4 z-wave controller and it just doesn't support many devices. So, Vera has a plugin to manage Magic Home. It is written in Lua, so my thoughts are that it may be able to be reused for Control4 drivers. This is outside of my expertise. msgreenf mentioned he is working on a driver. I am able to manage everything through Vera including dimming, changing colors, setting modes, etc... First create a scene in Vera for colors and modes. Then from Control4 I created the led strip light as a dimmer. After that, create and map the Scenes in Control4 for the different colors and modes. I can now turn the light on, change the colors through the scenes, and also control dimming of the lights. So far it works how I want it to work. If I want to change to a different color, that isn't defined as a Scene, or turn on a different mode (rarely used) I'll just use the Magic Home app.
  12. Hey msgreenf, I'm also looking at a Magic Home setup for bar lights. I've been playing around with them. There is actually a full featured "driver" which can be controlled through Mi Casa Vera. Using that I can switch the light on, off and dim but not control the color through C4. Have you made any more progress on the Magic Home driver directly for C4? Thanks.
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