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    lightolier mhp5es (scene control)

    Customer has these installed in parts of his house. House is being renovated, has been for a couple years.

    Wired the new areas of the house to install this with system only to find out this part may have been discontinued.

    Is there a replacement?

    As of now, the loads for each light all come from switch boxes in a closet with a 14-3 going to the switch location.

    We're looking at wireless stuff, Alexa and whatnot. But that would mean they could ONLY turn on the lights with Alexa.

    Any other ideas? Some sort of control at the switch locations that can signal the actual dimmers in the closet.

    Like I said, I have a three-wire going from the switch locations to the closet, so I have the ability to feed, provide neutral and have one other wire for signaling unless the control could be completely wireless.

    It's a holiday weekend, so I'm patient with replies. I'm alone with my daughter tomorrow so please be patient with me for answers to any questions that will help you help me.

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    I use Legrand RF controls, and they are also compatible with Alexa for control.

    https://www.legrand.us/electrical-de...-controls.aspx

    You could install the Legrand scene controller at your switch location (120v), and either pair them with MR2000 dimmer packs, or just install RF dimmers in your closet (or on/off switch).

    You’ll need a Legrand RF hub or Intuity controller; they also have a smartphone app to control the lighting. The Intuity controller would also allow them to integrate and control other subsystems like door locks, garage doors, window shades, security, cameras, HVAC, etc...

    There are plenty of options here, this is just the one I have experience with, so feel free to ask questions if I can help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brantmacga View Post
    I use Legrand RF controls, and they are also compatible with Alexa for control.

    https://www.legrand.us/electrical-de...-controls.aspx

    You could install the Legrand scene controller at your switch location (120v), and either pair them with MR2000 dimmer packs, or just install RF dimmers in your closet (or on/off switch).

    You’ll need a Legrand RF hub or Intuity controller; they also have a smartphone app to control the lighting. The Intuity controller would also allow them to integrate and control other subsystems like door locks, garage doors, window shades, security, cameras, HVAC, etc...

    There are plenty of options here, this is just the one I have experience with, so feel free to ask questions if I can help.


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    I'll look into that, thank you.
    Sorry for the delay... tough week.

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