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Offline mparadis

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Re: Simple battery-powered on/off switch?
« Reply #45 on: February 28, 2017, 02:27:52 pm »
Using just double sided tape or the 3m Dual Lock (velcro-esque) =)


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Re: Simple battery-powered on/off switch?
« Reply #46 on: November 14, 2017, 09:35:11 pm »
I know I'm dragging up an old thread but it's pretty on-target with what I'm working on.  I also figured that anybody searching for keywords in this thread would appreciate knowing more about this:

I bought the Lutron "Connected Bulb Remote" today at Home Depot (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lutron-Connected-Bulb-Remote-LZL-4B-WH-L01/206196450), which appears to be a version of the Pico style remote, but with Zigbee support included in the device.  It has the same form factor as the other Picos, which would make this remote very convenient for installing into standard decora-style switch cover locations (with the available adapter, etc).


I'm dragging this up again. Have a few of these I used directly paired to Hue bulbs. I paired one of them to the Almond+ on R090 today and it still shows as an Unsupported Device which is a bummer. If Securifi still needs logs I'd be happy to provide them!

 

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