From: Eloy Paris <peloy@ch...> - 2011-09-01 19:38:46
Looks pretty cool. Small and rechargeable. Seems to me like this, to a
certain degree, is an alternative to KeypadLincs (minus the actual
switch that KeypadLincs have) since they can go into a Decora style
light switch wall plate.
From: Marc MERLIN <marc_mh@me...> - 2011-09-22 23:31:48
On Thu, Sep 01, 2011 at 03:38:27PM -0400, Eloy Paris wrote:
> Looks pretty cool. Small and rechargeable. Seems to me like this, to a
> certain degree, is an alternative to KeypadLincs (minus the actual
> switch that KeypadLincs have) since they can go into a Decora style
> light switch wall plate.
I'm still waiting for the keypadlinc dimmer dual band.
The remotelinc 2 is cool, but it's not dual band, it's inconvenient to have
to recharge your light switches every so often, and it's not great if you
have a load to control which means you need a second wall plate for a second
switch next to the plate with the remotelinc2.
I'm not saying there isn't a place for it, but it doesn't replace
keypadlincs for me.
Speaking of which, you all should contact smarthome and tell them you'd like
to see dualband keypadlinc dimmers (they only have dualband keypadlincs
relays for now).
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