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Can you identify this light controller?

Pecker

Distinguished Member
QUESTION 1 - Can you identify this light controller?

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It's about 10 years old (give or take).

I think it's quite a 'posh' one. I think it might be a Lutron or something.

When I bought it I seem to remember I could have paid extra for a remote, but decided against it as I intended to buy a programmeable remote. I've now had a Harmony ONE for a few years, but the light controller is in another room (long story, don't ask).

I'm soon to reclaim that room (and that light controller), so:

QUESTION 2 - Can I programme my Harmony ONE to controll the lights using that controller?

Cheers.

Steve W
 
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aVdub

Banned
Cheers.

Could I operate it from a Logitech Harmony ONE remote?

Steve W

More than likely. I've managed to get mine to control some random LED's quite well.

Lack of original remote might be a problem, but worth a play around with the settings.
 

dj-dulux

Established Member
I would be very surprised if the lutron codes were not in the Harmony database, worth a look.

Dupe...
 

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