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Thread: Crestron, Control4, & URC integrations

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    Crestron, Control4, & URC integrations

    When integrating with Crestron, C4, or URC systems must the Smart Bridge Pro still be involved or is it replaced by a controller in any of these systems?

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    The SMBPro is still involved. Just need the appropriate driver from your 3rd party.
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    Hmm, OK. I was thinking those systems might be an upgrade path for the 50 device limit issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asherrick View Post
    Hmm, OK. I was thinking those systems might be an upgrade path for the 50 device limit issue.

    That has been discussed as a path past 50. You would need 2 SMB's and integrate them across your chosen platform. Mind you, the individual Caseta systems would still need to be set up with their own unique Lutron accounts and programmed via the app independently.
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