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I'll be a spectator on this one, at least for a while

One Product, $300 ADP Dimmer Touchscreen, 500/150w, 300/150 ganged.
NO NTRL mark, Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories
Neutral Required, 2 units required for 3 way
NO switch option
Doesn't like temp extremes, requires a conditioned space
Looks big and wires enter via the rear, could be a fitting issue in many boxes.
2.4 WiFi
NO inbuilt timer, odd they rely on 3rd party through cloud
Lots of Ingredients and Does that sales pitch, but looks like the more you dig the more questions you'll have.

Will be interested to see what Chowmain's driver's abilities will be,  whether it just pulls in scenes, what about HVAC, or create stuff and be a custom touch device.

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I really wish C4 would make something like this...particularly for those of us with panelized lighting where most of our keypads are low voltage runs and wouldn't support a third-party product like this. Something like this would be nice in a couple areas where you don't have room or don't want a touchscreen for some extra A/V and scene controls. 

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2 hours ago, rea said:

I really wish C4 would make something like this...particularly for those of us with panelized lighting where most of our keypads are low voltage runs and wouldn't support a third-party product like this. Something like this would be nice in a couple areas where you don't have room or don't want a touchscreen for some extra A/V and scene controls. 

There is no reason you couldn't implement something like this with a 3rd party product.  Just need to have the right driver with the right hardware.   Make the bindings in Composer and it should work fine. 

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3 hours ago, DanITman said:

There is no reason you couldn't implement something like this with a 3rd party product.  Just need to have the right driver with the right hardware.   Make the bindings in Composer and it should work fine. 

Anything that you're aware of that doesn't require a 120V standard switch to already be in place? Like I mentioned, most of my keypads are part of a panelized system so are all low voltage. 

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4 hours ago, rea said:

Anything that you're aware of that doesn't require a 120V standard switch to already be in place? Like I mentioned, most of my keypads are part of a panelized system so are all low voltage. 

That's fine, I'm assuming these keypads run on low voltage and they may end up making a low voltage version. 

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