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  1. #1
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    Controlling HWQS from locally hosted web page

    I'm working on a project where I'd like to set up a nicely designed locally hosted web page to trigger scenes of a HWQS system.
    I'd like to create buttons on the web page, that mimic real keypads, and the status of the buttons on the webpage update based on real keypad presses.
    Can you give me some pointers on how to achieve this, or what can be achieve.
    Many thanks

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    Thank you for your post tw512.

    Lutron recommends reviewing the Integration Protocol Guide, found here:

    This document will illustrate what commands a HomeWorks QS processor can receive in order to operate loads. The computer this is built on will need to telnet into the HomeWorks QS processor in order for the commands to be received.

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