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Thread: Separate RA3 and RA2 in one home?

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    Separate RA3 and RA2 in one home?

    I’d like to keep all of the cool integrations I can do with homebridge like using the motion sensors for things other than Lutron.

    But I really like the design of the new RA3 dimmers and the wood blinds, and still haven’t bought any dimmers or blinds for my house.

    I know that RA3 is backwards compatible with RA2, but could I keep the systems separate until some sort of third party integration is developed for RA3?

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    You can have 2 systems in the same house. You will need to give them separate names so you can use the app. Something like Raleigh-Main and Raleigh-2nd. You can then switch "homes" in the app. They won't talk directly to each other but you can add the RA2 to RA3 whenever you are ready.
    Convergence Technologies Raleigh, North Carolina
    www.convergenceusa.com

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