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post #31 of 32 Old 10-30-2013, 12:32 AM
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You might contact RS Scene Automation as I believe they make an board that controls 4 lighting loads (so you'd only need two of those) and they offer in-wall keypads with 4 sets of buttons (again, two of these). The price is right and they are very knowledgeable. The keypad is currently labeled open/close for shades, but that be able to be removed, covered, or lived with.

http://www.rssceneautomation.com/compact-custom-accessories.html SW4 near bottom of page
http://www.rssceneautomation.com/compact-custom-controls.html similar to these shade motor control boards, but I think the lighting version allows for dimming

I hope this helps.
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