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no, i live with 3 females - wife and 2 kids

i run around my house yelling "amazon turn off kid #1 lights. Amazon turn off kid #2 light" amazon turn off master bedroom lights"

i usually add "....that <so and so> left on" and then amazon gets mad at me that it doesn't have a light name "that my wife left on"
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I bought this exact 2-pack on Amazon on 9/5/16 for $24.12 ; so, it's been cheaper...

I have one in the laundry room so I can walk in with a basket of clothes and the light comes on. I have another in the kids' bathroom for the lights/fan - that one is set so it needs to be pressed to turn on, and shuts off after 15 mins of no motion. This allows them to use the bathroom without turning on the light (ie: middle of the night), but will turn off the fan/light anytime they forget. So far no problems - kids haven't complained of the light turning off while in the shower.

Here's a link to the PDF install guide. http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/...8fd8f4.pdf

Easy install - no neutral required.

Nevertheless, I'm in for 2 more.

Any questions - I'm glad to answer.
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Here's a link to the programming manual to set the mode I reference above.

http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDo...048461.pdf
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my entire house is basically zwave switches in rooms/outdoor lights and these in hallways/walk-in closets, bathrooms, garage
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...i just wish they provided a means to change the "look for motion again" after you intentionally shut it off manually. in the morning in the bathroom i dont want the light on, i take a shower with my eyes half closed and i go back to sleep for a few minutes. the sensor always goes on and its a game for me to like see how quickly i can turn it off, but only 10-15 seconds later, it will detect it again..

luckily its not near the shower, but it is in the bathroom
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I am new to the home automation. I have a phillips hue but not nearly enough bulbs for it to be useful. Instead of buying a dozen $50 hue bulbs, can I buy this and control a bunch of dumb bulbs on it through the hue? Or what is the main point of this besides just being motion sensing? Thanks!
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my entire house is basically zwave switches in rooms/outdoor lights and these in hallways/walk-in closets, bathrooms, garage
Just using hue bulbs would have been cheaper, at least for lights.
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Regular hue bulbs are $15, and $10 when on sale, changing switches is more work and expensive. Worse if you have 3way switches. Moreover $50 bulbs are usually 40 almost every couple of months but they are colored. And changing the switches is not going to color your bulbs. So not a comparison, I would suggest using switches for fans
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...i just wish they provided a means to change the "look for motion again" after you intentionally shut it off manually. in the morning in the bathroom i dont want the light on, i take a shower with my eyes half closed and i go back to sleep for a few minutes. the sensor always goes on and its a game for me to like see how quickly i can turn it off, but only 10-15 seconds later, it will detect it again..

luckily its not near the shower, but it is in the bathroom
Hate to offer an ice-age solution to your modern tech problem.........tape over it so it won't detect your motion. Or tape a flap over it. LOL

I still prefer the normal "switch". A bit more work but it place right there at the door, just need to swing my arm&finger to flip the switch. Wink
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...i just wish they provided a means to change the "look for motion again" after you intentionally shut it off manually. in the morning in the bathroom i dont want the light on, i take a shower with my eyes half closed and i go back to sleep for a few minutes. the sensor always goes on and its a game for me to like see how quickly i can turn it off, but only 10-15 seconds later, it will detect it again..

luckily its not near the shower, but it is in the bathroom
You need to enable "manual off while occupied". Of course, if you take long enough showers, it may not detect you after a while and reset. Hard to say. Your other option is to upgrade to a switch with dual technology (PIR and ultra sonic). This way even when you're behind the curtain, the switch will still detect a presence in the bathroom and remain off. If you prefer to stay with Lutron, you can use an MSA102WH (or other color).
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Here's a link to the programming manual to set the mode I reference above.

http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDo...048461.pdf
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I am new to the home automation. I have a phillips hue but not nearly enough bulbs for it to be useful. Instead of buying a dozen $50 hue bulbs, can I buy this and control a bunch of dumb bulbs on it through the hue? Or what is the main point of this besides just being motion sensing? Thanks!

This Lutron Maestro Sensor switch has nothing to do with Smart home / Wifi / Zwave. This is a just simple motion sensor switch you see at the office restroom or break room. When someone comes in, it turn light on. When there's no activity in certain time frame, it will turn off the light.

I have install Hue in my house but I also have Lutron Sensor switch as well. I install these switches in Laundry room and narrow corridor on my 2nd floor, very handy & convenient Smilie
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Just using hue bulbs would have been cheaper, at least for lights.
uh no. i have high hats, not lamps. it's 2017, not 1950.

each switch can control anywhere from 1 to 6 lights at once, depending on the room/location

also, my hallway has a chandeleir with literally 30-35 candelabara lights.
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Regular hue bulbs are $15, and $10 when on sale, changing switches is more work and expensive. Worse if you have 3way switches. Moreover $50 bulbs are usually 40 almost every couple of months but they are colored. And changing the switches is not going to color your bulbs. So not a comparison, I would suggest using switches for fans
wtf is going on here?

does everyone live in houses and condos with one light in a goddamn room? or do you people actually have lamps?????

...also i dont live in a club, so i dont really have a need to "color my bulbs" outside of one isolated kids hangout area under the stairs in the basement (that sounds creepy, but it's a play room)....ok that doesnt make it sound better, but you know what i mean
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Do these work in a hallway with two switches?
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I have a motion detecting switch in my garage that turns on the light when the garage is occupied and turns it off after a minute of vacancy.

However the garage is so big that I can be working in the garage and the sensor doesn't detect me and turns off the lights.

What I would like is a switch that functions normally as an occupancy detecting switch however can be overridden when I know I am going to be working in the garage for a long time. Can anyone recommend such a switch? It doesn't look like this one has that feature.
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