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iPronto and RadioRA, IR Codes
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Post 1 made on Wednesday March 17, 2004 at 01:21
Lurking Member
March 2004
I am installing a iPronto and a RadioRA lighting system.

From my understanding (PLEASE correct me if I am wrong) The radio RA uses RF to control the lighting system. The pronto uses IR, and RF to go to the wireless communicator then converts them back to IR.
1. How can I make this connection between the two?
2. I currently have the iPronto and radioRA, what else do I need?
3. Where can I get the IR codes for the RadioRA?
Post 2 made on Friday March 26, 2004 at 09:20
Bruce Sinclair
Active Member
April 2003
1. You need a Radio Ra IR interface, it counts as one master control.
2. IR codes are available on this site or from Lutron.
3. There are Fifteen scenes plus All On and All off. You can also dim each scene. Be sure to set the interface to toggle each scene.
4. You will need to have a way to get the IR from the Ipronto or net interface to the Radio Ra IR interface.
Bruce Sinclair CMB Integrations LLC DMC-E
"Those who are most critical, often have no real skills themsevles"
Post 3 made on Friday March 26, 2004 at 12:25
Kees van der Meer
Long Time Member
December 2003
On 03/26/04 09:20, Bruce Sinclair said...
4. You will need to have a way to get the IR from
the Ipronto or net interface to the Radio Ra IR

The Philips NetX extender will do fine.


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