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Thread: Time Update After Power Failure

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    Time Update After Power Failure

    It doesn't seem repeaters force update time after a power failure. Should the time update automatically?

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    The main repeaters internal clock will keep the system time accurate during a power failure.

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    Interesting, since it doesn't seem to at my house. I had a couple of power failures that lasted awhile and outpaced the UPS I have powering the repeater and the time was wrong upon wake. I sent an update to the repeater using a transfer of the current programming, which fixed the time.

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    Can you disconnect power from the main repeater for a few minutes and then power the unit back up. Then ensure you have a connection to the main repeater and create a support file to send in to us at systemsupport@Lutron.com. when sending in this support file please reference this thread.

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    Craig, done. It seems the new bridge will help with this. Thanks!

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