4" halo can lights and would like to control these when starting a movie. What equipment is needed and does it need to be installed during the rough in of the wiring? Thanks
This can simply be accomplished with a widely available remote that can be programmed with macros. So send command to player to start, then send another command to dim your remote-controlled light switched. Quite simple really.
Remote Dimmer = $40+ apiece depending how fancy you want them to look. U can have 1 dimmer controlling all your lights, or u can have separate.
Dimmer controller = ~ $40.
Macro Remote = $90 and up depending how fancy again.
Solution: FREE. Explanation: I will have to charge$ you.
Edit - never mind, I see you found it.
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Use any learning remote control, or better yet a Logitech Harmony remote control that has the Lutron MIR-600THW already available.
* Note if using a Logitech Harmony you might want to remove the Power on, light off and power off, light on for this device to 'No power buttons for this device' then modify the "Watch a Movie" activity to send "Favorite" light switch IR command when starting the activity.
All this for $40 dimmer and <$100 logitech remote control.