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Lutron Lighting Sale: 2-Pack Maestro Motion Sensing Switch EXPIRED

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Before buying an Occupancy sensor I would advise considering a Vacancy sensor instead. You must manually turn on a vacancy sensor (it will auto shut off lights). That way your cat won't turn on your lights all day and night.

EDIT: These can be configured as occupancy or vacancy sensors. My mistake.
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Foot in mouth. I actually looked in the description before I made my comment to see if it already could do vacancy. Guess I should have read gooder
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This has that option too:
Can be switched to vacancy mode (manual-on, auto off)
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good deal, I got 2 for the same price at Amazon a while back and put 1 in the garage and 1 in the pantry.
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I'll save time for anyone else posting about it, but Lowes did have the three pack for 25 dollars for single and 3 way pole it was about 10 after tax with a 15 off 50. If you can still find those ttlhatvwould be the better deal
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I'll save time for anyone else posting about it, but Lowes did have the three pack for 25 dollars for single and 3 way pole it was about 10 after tax with a 15 off 50. If you can still find those ttlhatvwould be the better deal
yup, and none of those were available anywhere around me... that was a VYMMV deal.
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Before buying an Occupancy sensor I would advise considering a Vacancy sensor instead. You must manually turn on a vacancy sensor (it will auto shut off lights). That way your cat won't turn on your lights all day and night.

EDIT: These can be configured as occupancy or vacancy sensors. My mistake.
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yup, and none of those were available anywhere around me... that was a VYMMV deal.
Thats sucks from what I understood some had good luck, and or used price protection for their credit card to get the product matched..
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This has that option too:
  • Can be switched to vacancy mode (manual-on, auto off)
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Before buying an Occupancy sensor I would advise considering a Vacancy sensor instead. You must manually turn on a vacancy sensor (it will auto shut off lights). That way your cat won't turn on your lights all day and night.
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does this work with smartthings
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This has that option too:
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Foot in mouth. I actually looked in the description before I made my comment to see if it already could do vacancy. Guess I should have read gooder
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Not with smartthings. They don't have to. I setup in the bathroom, so it turns on automatically when someone enters and when we leave it automatically switches off after a minute
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Hi OP, thank you for posting. This is the cheapest price I have seen at HD. I just bought several of the Diva's yesterday for a home repair. If you buy in bulk (3 or more single switches), the price comes to $22.47/ea versus $19.47/ea from this deal. This may be ideal if you only need 3 switches.
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Not with smartthings. They don't have to. I setup in the bathroom, so it turns on automatically when someone enters and when we leave it automatically switches off after a minute
Do they work directly with Caseta dimmers and switches then?
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Not with smartthings. They don't have to. I setup in the bathroom, so it turns on automatically when someone enters and when we leave it automatically switches off after a minute
oh sweet..need these in every room my daughter enters who thinks light switches only have "on" position. @2 for $30 that is a long payback duration though.
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does this work with google home ?
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