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    Im starting a new lighting project over my sink, I am looking at a dimmable LED ceiling light that is going to be used more for a night light than anything, I am looking to install the Insteon 2442-222 Dimmer module, and program it to turn on/off via Universal Devices software does anyone know will the light come on half brightness if turned off in half brightness ? I was trying the dimmable modules and if I turn off the light at half brightness it turns back on at full brightness. Im thinking I can program the Universal Devices software to have it come on half brightness if anything.
    Thanks

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    Do you mean the Universal Devices hardware and not software, that is an ISY? If so, which ISY?
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    • #3
      Yes I have the Universal Devices ISY 9941 ZW/IR/PRO/X10 version also use the Universal Devices Software

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      • #4
        Just so you'll know when you post again and so that you'll get accurate information, the device is an ISY994i <---that's a lower case letter i, not the number 1 and the ISY does not use software, it uses firmware and a UI (Universal Interface) which must be identical or you can get unanticipated results) [Help, About]. The latest version is 4.6.2.

        It does not matter what the brightness of the Micro Module was when you turned it off, it will always turn on at the On-level that you set. If you want the LED bulb to always turn on at 50%, then set it to 50%. You can also, optionally, set the ramp rate.

        Create a scene, add whatever device you want to the scene as a controller (e.g., SwitchLinc, keypad button, Mini Remote, etc.) and add the Micro Module as a responder. Controllers appear in red, responders are blue.
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        Please don't PM with questions that can be asked in a forum.

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        • #5
          Thanks stusviews, your very helpful. Thanks again....

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