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    https://youtu.be/3yKxfG3H5j4

    Smarthtings box is on the table of Lutron at ces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SanDiegoRep View Post
    This is great news. I have been a smartthings user (Well, Smartthings->Vera->Smartthings2 when they promised local processing) and just picked up a Lutron kit and was looking for the best way to get them to work. I'd found the various workarounds but a native integration will make things much easier. Hopefully when they say 'Early this year' they mean within the next couple months.

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    SmartThings now integrates with Caseta!

    Quote Originally Posted by majagu View Post
    This is great news. I have been a smartthings user (Well, Smartthings->Vera->Smartthings2 when they promised local processing) and just picked up a Lutron kit and was looking for the best way to get them to work. I'd found the various workarounds but a native integration will make things much easier. Hopefully when they say 'Early this year' they mean within the next couple months.
    http://www.casetawireless.com/Pages/smartthings.aspx

    I just set this up and I can crontrol lights individually with the smart things app. I haven't tried doing anything remotely sophisticated yet.

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    > I just set this up and I can crontrol lights individually with the smart things app. I haven't tried doing anything remotely sophisticated yet.

    It works well for Smartthings-->Lutron scenarios where SmartThings controls the lights (e.g. based on a timer, other sensor, scene selection via 3rd party, CoRE, etc). If you were hoping to use a Lutron switch/Pico/lighting state to then cause Smartthings to control something non-Lutron, there's way too much latency in the path from Lutron-->Smartthings for those scenarios to work well.

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    The Caseta/SmartThings integration is working well for me. But I am closing in on the 50 device limit for the SmartBridge hub. My understanding is that the official SmartThings integration only supports a single hub. Is that correct? It appears other automation systems (e.g., Homeseer) can support multiple hubs. It would be nice if the SmartThings integration did as well.

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