Are there some simple options available for bringing the QED roller 64 shades up to wireless integration? I have dozens of QED roller shades installed already. I am not sure what the difference is between QS and QED other than QS may not have been an option about 5 years ago when these windows were done.
Considering 3 systems: RadioRA2, Homeworks QS, and Caseta (Smart Bridge). I am looking for the best solution that would enable any or all of the systems to work. It's better if one solution would fulfill all of them. I'd also like the shades to work with the Pico controllers standalone even without a system integration. Here I will list the options I have explored. I expect that I am either missing some options or may not be aware of the best solution.
1) Use a Lutron Sivoia Wireless Receiver (QSYC4-RCVR) on each unit plugged in where the IR receiver normally goes. Are these compatible with QED? Setup the receiver to accept the pico remote. If this method works, is there a setup guide for the receiver?
2) Use a Lutron QS wireless power supply link (QSPS-P1-1-50) and connect power and controls the QED EDU. Set up the power supply link to work with pico remote.
3) Use a Lutron QS sensor module (QSM2-4W-C) which provides control of the shades through a pico remote. If this method works, is there a setup guide for QED?
4) Use a Lutron QS keypad (QSWS2-5BRLI-WH) and program it to receive a pico remote. Does this require a system integration first before a pico remote will work?
What is the difference between a Sivoia QS wireless 64 roller shade and a Sivoia QED 64 roller shade? Is the wireless receiver built into the EDU for the QS wireless shade? What is the main application for the QSYC4-RCVR? Is it to make the QS wired system wireless? I cannot find a document that says it works with QED.
Are there other methods that I should consider? Would the Lutron smart bridge be able to communicate with any of these?