Posted August 4, Off topic again but do you think brilliant is really that expensive for a screen, video intercom, the visual Sonos control, native ring integration, lighting and Alexa in a singular device? More importantly though is real world input. I’m assuming my ZigBee mesh could be hurt by having less switches. Any C4 switch I use will just be the adaptive phase keypad dimmers, in the locations where I need them. I reached out and I’m getting a dealer price list on ra2. But if everything else remains the same, in a real world test, and the only reason is just symmetry and “because, it does”
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By badjesusAugust 4, in General Control4 Discussion. So for me to even add c4 I have to do it after. Posted August 5, I’m just tired of seeing all of these new things at th the cost that are pushing the envelope.
Any C4 switch I use will just be the adaptive phase keypad dimmers, in the locations where I need them. This may be the most defining statement.
Crestron vs Lutron vs Control4 – Which is Best?
Never been a fan though. Maybe they are crap, maybe they are genious, we won’t know for a few years still and I don’t want to invest that much money again and be let down. I think I’ve done enough research and had good feedback here. That way they meshed quite well.
That said, I’ve had to lutgon with them on a few occasions – and yes it can be made to work fine. So what logical reason is there to do one or the other?
This allows a dealer to disable the ‘fade’ property when sending level updates to RadioRa.
Coontrol4 am building a new house again, and wanting to add C4 again. Third party equipment requires drivers to be written which means it is much easier to work with specific pre-approved brands which already have drivers written.
For all contacts and motion I was going to use Honeywell as I love it’s integration but maybe I should card access or one of the other options. When Lutron designed their RadioRA 2 lighting system, they wanted custom integrators to be able to easily integrate it with other 3rd party control systems. Yeah, I have that same fear about the mesh. Thank you for choosing a driver By: Sent from my C using Tapatalk.
Hey guys, i know there is a tonne of threads about this already, but also a lot of outdated info so I wanted to get some fresh opinions.
I’m honestly looking for a reason not to do caseta. When Control4 launched version 2. Honestly if they had a C4 tie in, I’d do it right now. This was a definite concern. If it is lktron idea, I won’t do it but I want to know with evidence or a logical reason as to why I shouldn’t do it. Is caseta not as responsive or reliable?
What logical reason would there be to not? So unfortunately I can’t. Prev 1 2 3 Next Page 1 of 3. I don’t care if you choose one infrastructure or the other although c4 obviously integrates with c4 better, and doesn’t have the 30ish device limit The installer must ‘bind’ controp4 the lights to ‘zone numbers’ on the Chronos or RS bridge this is typically not done during a normal RadioRa installation.
Are you looking for actual home automation, or not? I’ve always had this bullet proof with the number of devices repeating. Off topic again but do you think brilliant is really that expensive for a screen, video intercom, the visual Sonos control, native ring integration, lighting and Alexa in a singular device?
It is recommended that a Lutron specialist help you with setup if you unsure how to do any of this.