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Old 06-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #16
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That is why you turn them sideways. The ground becomes a non issue... Unless of course you lean to the right or left

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That is why you turn them sideways. The ground becomes a non issue... Unless of course you lean to the right or left
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If you are going to hide them anyway, why not go full Homeworks?
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If you are going to hide them anyway, why not go full Homeworks?
Lets see, 80 grand vs 20 grand???
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Lets see, 80 grand vs 20 grand???
You need a new price list. There is not that much difference.

When I did my house, the original, more expensive Radio RA would have been around $17K. I did Homeworks Wireless (which was the highest priced Homeworks per load) for just under $23K.

In a large install, the number start closing in on each other. With 10-20 devices, RA2 is certainly cheaper, but if all devices are controlled, then Homeworks gets closer. It certainly is not 4x as much.

For example, a RA2 dimmer lists for $149. So 32 loads would be $5,268 (including 1 repeater). To control 32 dimming loads via HW would be $6,700 for the panel, modules and processor. Keypads are 2X the RA2 keypads. Yes, more expensive, but still no where near 4X.

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