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  • #31
    Well 120 volt 60 Cycle only PLM's does limit anyone wanting to do more advanced programming with an ISY994i series controller.
    Last edited by BLH; 05-23-2017, 04:19 PM.

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    • #32
      What advanced programming would be available from a different voltage/frequency PLM that the current PLM lacks?
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      • #33
        Sorry if I was vague in my post.

        I was referring to the advance features programming available with an ISY994i over the HUBs easier to use features.
        I have seen folks in other parts of the world. Wanting an ISY994i but can't because of their power line restrictions.
        That would also mean the Insteon RF frequency would have to be changed to the locally allowed frequency.

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        • #34
          Bumping this thread back up to the top. Hoping that others will see this again and maybe read through the thread and see why it would be so valuable to have a PLM-Pro! All of the bits in the OP are highly valuable features. As an installer, I can say that the lack of these features in the PLM certainly is one thing holding Insteon back from dominating the market.

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          • #35
            Lots of great ideas here! Never considered this before, but I too would be willing to pay extra for increased functionality/usability of the PLM!!!!

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            • #36
              The only increased funtionality/usability actually mentioned is being able to use the PLM outside the US.
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              • #37
                Bumping because this is important.

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