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  1. Hi. I was wondering if anyone has any ideas as to how I could control the internal wardrobe/cupboard lights via Control4. I would like the internal lights to come on whenever someone opens any of the cupboard doors, also I would like to manually turn the lights on via keypad/Control4 app, as the cupboard doors have glass fronts and the cupboard lights will also be used for ambient lights. Lastly the lights themselves will be powered by DALI drivers. I was thinking of using Reed switches hooked upto a relay in series and whenever a door opens the relay could trigger a response in Control4
  2. Thanks, I'll look into the serial driver.
  3. @South Africa C4 userThat's very interesting! Could you let me know how you physically connected the Modbus of the solar system to Control4.
  4. So this essentially acts like a two way switch but control4 always knows the current state the switch is in?
  5. @Zuhair if you use the shelly relay or sonoff mini is there two way feedback when the light is turned on using the mechanical switch? E.g. if someone turns the light on via the mechanical switch and we use the app/control4, will control4 know the current state of light? Or will it just be able to do a toggle?
  6. I'm not sure to be honest, but another user just posted that it is possible.
  7. Thanks I understand what you're saying. Just one thing though, it seems the ifan03 is reflashable with tasmota. Would that make it support able by your driver in the future? Or any other fan comtroller you are planning on adding support for?
  8. @jackstone does your driver support the Sonoff ifan03 https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-ifan03-wifi-ceiling-fan-light-controller.html Thanks.
  9. In that can you mark some ports to act like switched ports and separate the routed ports?
  10. Sounds pretty good! Are you using the SwitchOS or RouterOS on the switch?
  11. Unrelated question. Been using Mikrotik for routers for years and its been pretty good. Been thinking about getting their switches now. What's your experience been like? How do they stack up against Cisco? It seems the switches are a relatively new line for Mikrotik.
  12. Hi, I'm looking to buy Triad Speakers, 12 pairs of R26 and 12 pairs of R28. Thanks.
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