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  1. Could also be a contcater. If the load for the switch is too high a contcater is used. So the c4 switch energises the contcater which in turn turns the lights on and when the switch is off it de energises the contcater so the lights turn off. It might also be a 2 way switch for the other switch you mentioned in the laundry. But then again it could just be programmed to do that and not physically connected Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. The best way for you to do it is via IFTTT So you’d program against ifttt triggers for example when the doorbell button is pushed to play an announcement in the ceiling speakers and send a push notification to homeowners mobile phone if that’s what you needed. Another way is if the nest or your chime has a trigger out you can use that to achieve the same thing. I’ve not used the nest in a while so I can’t remember if you can actually program against a a doorbell push or it’s just motion. You’d have to have a look at the ifttt docs to find out. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Pretty much yeah and then use the scheduler agent to program this and the the advance programming to program against variables such as bedtime sunset sunrise time to wake up etc You can either use announcements agent or the my music library if you have a mad drive or a usb drive in the back of the processor You could even try the wake up / goodnight agent to see if that will help you Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Have you allowed the port of the ea3 to access the vlans through the unifi software? You can test this by plugging in your laptop to the port and accessing the cameras via iP if the pages load you’re all good and it should work. With hikvison you need to make sure you have enable the correct settings via their webpage. These should be - enable digest / web auth - enable gci / isapi protocol - set sub stream to mjpeg Hope that helps Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. You can use the access agent and various timers and events to create this. For example if the tv is turned on at a certain time to start a timer and the end of the timer turn the room off And if room is turned on at a given time to turn it off immediately if the allowed tv time has been reached That’s just very simple it would require a lot more variables to be put in Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. completely fair enough. let see if we can get your current issues looked at and fixed and them move forward from there who knows you guys might start to like the system it does have a lot to offer and by the sounds of it your home seems to be loaded up with c4 and various other automation components. if you'd like me to login to your system and have a look just PM me please. Thanks
  7. Okay, What’s your main reason for “unplugging” everything? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. It also depends on what else you have connected to your Control4 system. Weather or not it can be disconnected from your network. What’s the main reason for this? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Yeah of course you can Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. You know with control4 you can get a version of composer that you can edit your lighting scenes with and make other changes too. You can even do custom programming against variables etc, and edit keypad programming too You only need a dealer if you need to add or remove drivers etc for example you want to change a tv. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Lutron is my personal preference with palladiom keypads Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I can’t really see the pictures Well yes you can there are other low voltage systems out there. But again nothing that’s cheap and in expensive. You’d be better off sorting your issues out with your current setup. A new system could cost $10k+ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Is there any pictures or videos you could send so we can get a better idea of your setup Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. It entails removing as much of the low voltage cable as you can and running in new high voltage cable to each of the switch locations and to each fitting or set of fittings location. Honeslty it’s a lot of work and could cost you thousands to replace - cheaper to get it fixed and working the way you want and you can even take the controller off the network (like previously said) if you’re concerned about that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. It’s probably not possible. If they were regular c4 keypads then yes it’s quite straight forward but with low voltage it’s a headache to just remove. If you are unhappy with the system I wouldn’t mind taking a look at it and sorting some issues out you might have. I always believe in fixing things rather than just plain old ripping them out. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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