|Originally posted by QQQ
HomeServe has none of the limitations that Radio Ra has. You could do hundreds of switches with HomeServe. It's part of HomeWorks Interactive. Technically speaking, I don't think they are calling it HomeServe anymore.
So, I went looking at the lutron site at the "RF Products for HomeSite" and compared it to the RadioRA. It looks like they are the same thing. So, the only difference between the two is the size of the system you can have? It looks like the "Chronos System Bridge and Timeclock" in the RadioRA system is a scaled down version of the "RF Processor" in the HomeSite system. Otherwise, all the dimmers, switches, and controls look the same between the two systems.
I'm just starting to research some of the wireless home lighting systems, and just want to make sure I'm not missing some other key difference between these two systems. I'm not sure I need the additional capacity of the HomeServe product, but don't want to get stuck with something that doesn't have a feature I might want in the future.