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    saa125 commented  · 

    I'm going to have to agree with everyone else on this one. I recently installed InControl on an old pc and plugged it into a Kill-a-Watt meter and found that the system was pulling about 115 watts at steady state. Leaving that on 24/7 is a no go for me. Having the ability to add InControl to a low power consumption device (<10 watts) would allow for 24/7 operation with minimal outflow of funds to the local utility. As far as a price point, with the Raspberry Pi device and a Pro license, $100 to $150 sounds reasonable.

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    saa125 commented  · 

    I would even be fine with being able to choose from a group of default icons existing in the system. Either way, being able to distinguish between a light switch and a relay or a fireplace or a fan would allow for a quick glance at the screen to know what device you are about to interact with.

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