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Author Topic: 2 CM15As in one home?  (Read 54823 times)

Dan Lawrence

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Re: 2 CM15As in one home?
« Reply #30 on: August 15, 2006, 12:33:30 PM »

I guess that the topic never came up before. Using two CM15A's (or CM11A's) has not been a question either here the old forums.
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Re: 2 CM15As in one home?
« Reply #31 on: August 15, 2006, 01:04:02 PM »

After wading through all this, I still wonder why two CM15As can not be used with each other? They are polite so should not trample each other...

Dave, I still do belive they can be done, but the only thing that you might have a problem with is when you want to dim or brighten a light.  Instead of the light being dimmed 1 level, it might go up 2 levels (from one brighten button push) because both trancievers are sending the same code.  It'd be best to turn on of the unit's trancievers off; then you should not have a problem at all.  This what I was going to do but found a better way with better RF reception per my post above.
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