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Probs with Aurora smart lighting. Inline controllers 4 nos controlling 96 gu10s, just cannot link together nether could the computer guy, we tried everything, without success. Any one had similar problems
 
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Probs with Aurora smart lighting. Inline controllers 4 nos controlling 96 gu10s, just cannot link together nether could the computer guy, we tried everything, without success. Any one had similar problems
How far away is the Gateway?
 
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Hi AJ all items no more than six meters. Think I need to get feed back from Aurora as all parts now back with them. Possible damage to in line controller. Also found out the original lamps have a lower power correction factor( .45 manufacturers say .7 awaiting a reply)
 

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Let me know how you get on..
I've been personally avoiding these types of "zigbee gateway/ DIY professional " systems so far because I've been a bit sceptical of their long term reliability.
 
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Let me know how you get on..
I've been personally avoiding these types of "zigbee gateway/ DIY professional " systems so far because I've been a bit sceptical of their long term reliability.
Starting to lean that way myself, will get back as soon as I find anything out
 

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