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    Back light intensity

    Is it possible to assign a button to adjust the back-light intensity of a Keypad through programming or other ways?

    I know it can be manually set but unsure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkeyface View Post
    Is it possible to assign a button to adjust the back-light intensity of a Keypad through programming or other ways?

    I know it can be manually set but unsure.

    Cheers
    Dear donkeyface,

    The back-light intensity can be adjust through programming for the Palladiom keypads. These options can be programmed to a button press or timeclocks. The Palladiom keypad DBM (Dynamic Backlight Management) must be disabled to affect these options.

    Unfortunately, the seeTouch keypad back-light settings cannot be changed through programming such a button presses or timeclocks. The settings must be changed in the software and then transferred to the system.

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    The API exists to set the backlight intensity as you can do it in the design screen. It would be nice if Lutron would add a feature to the timeclock to allow setting the backlight level of keypads programmatically as most other systems have had this feature for a decade or two.

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