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  • #61
    pokefan, which Hub do you have, The I/O Linc is compatible with the 2242-222 and 2245-222. Devices supported by the 2243-222 Hub are determined by what Apple permits.

    Also, the I/O Linc is for low voltage applications. The On/Off device is for line voltage devices. Which do you want to control?
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    • #62
      I have the 2245-222 hub. I am successfully controlling my fireplace with the IO Linc and the Android Insteon app. I'm just not able to use Alexa to control the fireplace (and fan with a Scene).

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      • #63
        Originally posted by pokefan View Post
        I have the 2245-222 hub. I am successfully controlling my fireplace with the IO Linc and the Android Insteon app. I'm just not able to use Alexa to control the fireplace (and fan with a Scene).
        It's already been established within this post that the iolinc is not supported to be able to be used with Alexa

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        • #64
          Originally posted by lilyoyo1 View Post

          It's already been established within this post that the iolinc is not supported to be able to be used with Alexa
          I was adding my frustration/opinion to the thread.

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          • #65
            So you can manually link the i/o with a light switch and alexa would not know about the link ,right?
            She would just carry out the on/off command

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            • TFitzpatri8
              TFitzpatri8 commented
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              Only the device you controlled would respond. Insteon signals don’t cascade from one responder to its linked responders.

          • #66
            Originally posted by lilyoyo1 View Post
            Once again no one said it was broken. I said it was chosen not to be supported. Before making accusations and assumptions read exactly what I wrote. Yes things are broken due to that. It's possible that may change. They made a decision and I'm simply repeating what was stated to me. I don't give a damn whether you believe it or like it.
            Popin off at da mouf

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