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    RA2 Select Compatibility

    Hello All,If I go to the RA2 Select Main Page, and choose "Product Specification Submittals", then go down to the sixth entry "RF Dimming Module with 0-10v Control", then choose the .pdf on the right, I'm brought to the "LMJ-5T-DV-B" Specs Page. This spec sheet only lists compatibility with the Radio RA2 and HomeWorks QS Systems. Nothing about RA2 Select. Did I miss something here or was this spec sheet printed before the release of RA2 Select? If so, where can I find documentation referring to the LMJ-5T-DV-B used in a RA2 Select System? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.Sincerely,heatman5

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    Hello All,If I go to the RA2 Select Main Page, and choose "Product Specification Submittals", then go down to the sixth entry "RF Dimming Module with 0-10v Control", then choose the .pdf on the right, I'm brought to the "LMJ-5T-DV-B" Specs Page. This spec sheet only lists compatibility with the Radio RA2 and HomeWorks QS Systems. Nothing about RA2 Select. Did I miss something here or was this spec sheet printed before the release of RA2 Select? If so, where can I find documentation referring to the LMJ-5T-DV-B used in a RA2 Select System? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.Sincerely,heatman5
    To my knowledge the pow-paks (LMJ's) were recently added to RA2 Select, they may have not updated the spec sheet yet.

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    AustinB.,OK, That's what I thought. Then, would you know, based on experience, if the LMJ-5T-DV-B will work when used in the RA2 Select System? Thank You.Sincerely,heatman5

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    AustinB.,OK, That's what I thought. Then, would you know, based on experience, if the LMJ-5T-DV-B will work when used in the RA2 Select System? Thank You.Sincerely,heatman5
    Yes, in the app which is the same app as the Caseta app, the LMJ's work with RA2 Select.

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    Re: RA2 Select Compatibility

    @AustinB.,Gotcha! How about Daylight Sensors, especially the Wireless Type, such as the LRF2-DCRB-WH. Is this compatible with RA2 Select? If not, is there another Wireless Daylight Sensor that can be used? If not Wireless, then is there a Wired Daylight Sensor for the RA2 Select System? Thank you for your help.Sincerely,heatman5

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    @heatman5-The DCRB doesn't work with anything but the commercial systems. We've asked for years for RA2. They had a wired solution for RA2 at one point, but it was bulky and expensive and wired. Best to use a timeclock event, or run a third party for your daylighting needs.
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    @SDR-Mike,Thanks for explaining that.Sincerely,heatman5

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