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Thread: LED Performance Any Different Between RRD-PRO and CL Hybrid Keypads?

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    LED Performance Any Different Between RRD-PRO and CL Hybrid Keypads?

    I'm speccing a system for a new house and I've had issues in the past with the Hybrid CL keypads causing SORAA LEDs to buzz when dimmed. Does the new "PRO" Maestro do any better? I noticed that the "PRO" Maestro has RTISS, whereas the CL hybrid keypads don't, but I am not sure if this would impact dimming performance or just keep the light steady when voltage fluctuates. I'm trying to figure out if I should spec the "PRO" maestros to control LED loads instead of the hybrid CLs. Any insight into how these two products perform with LEDs would be helpful.

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    If I were specking a new house I wouldn’t use hybrid CLs from a design/ease of use standpoint. Every zone has a dimmer, plus keypad for scenes. CL keypad is forward phase only and not as advanced as the PRO since the pro is newer.
    Evan Kirkhart- Home Electronics Solutions
    Santa Barbara, CA
    evan@homeelectronics.solutions

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    Thank you.

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    I would chose CL

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