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Re: Insteon Update - UK Products in 30 to 90 Days



Having two sources for dimming wouldn't be good though I guess - would
lead to confusion as to which device is dimming. I guess they're designed
for simple permanently on supply.

Paul.

On 4 Jul 2012, at 09:50, "Mark McCall" <lists@xxxxxxx>
wrote:

> I doubt it TBH.  The Insteon guys will be in the UK soon, will try and
find out.
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> M.
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> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 9:30 AM, Paul Gale <groups2@xxxxxxx>
wrote:
>> Looks really cool.
>>
>> What I couldn't find any info on is if the bulb supports dimming
via a traditional dimming method I.e. could I use them and dim them via
CBus too? Obviously they're designed to be controlled via their own network
but was wondering if they'd work via an existing dimmer?
>>
>> Paul.
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>> On 2 Jul 2012, at 08:26, "Mark McCall"
<lists@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>> After last weeks Insteon Bulb
>>> announcement<http://www.automatedhome.co.uk/New-Products/Insteon-Launch-Networked-Remote-Control-Dimmable-LED-Light-Bulb.html>lots
>>> of you contacted us asking if it was going to be available for
the
>>> UK.  We reached out to Insteon and the great news is they are
working on a
>>> version for the European markets.  We've also got the list of
the first
>>> modules scheduled to be available in the UK in the next 30 to
90 days...
>>>
>>> http://autoho.me/LR1sRe
>>>
>>> M.
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