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Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Switch for All Bulb Types or Fans, White-PD-5ANS-WH-R

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Very rare to see deals on this on/off switch. Thanks for the post.
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Keep in mind that this is the switch that requires a neutral. There is another Caseta switch model that doesn't
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Just to make sure, you'll need to buy the Bridge to get to work remotely.
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Just to make sure, you'll need to buy the Bridge to get to work remotely.
Yes bridge needed even for local house communication.

Note: bridge is an ADVANTAGE and not a disadvantage. This won't slow down your network or so. Also it will work locally even when internet is down.

Price is good for 3

Your junction box MUST have a neutral, there is no way around it. These I believe come with load resistance device which you have to connect on the load wire and the other end of it to your neutral wire. Otherwise you may see a blinking red light.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong on above about load resistance thing that comes with it
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Yes bridge needed even for local house communication.

Note: bridge is an ADVANTAGE and not a disadvantage. This won't slow down your network or so. Also it will work locally even when internet is down.

Price is good for 3

Your junction box MUST have a neutral, there is no way around it. These I believe come with load resistance device which you have to connect on the load wire and the other end of it to your neutral wire. Otherwise you may see a blinking red light.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong on above about load resistance thing that comes with it
I've installed 7 of these, and I don't remember anything about a load resistance device. A neutral is required for these to work. The extra wire in the package is if you need to install this along with a mechanical 3 way switch.
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I've installed 7 of these, and I don't remember anything about a load resistance device. A neutral is required for these to work. The extra wire in the package is if you need to install this along with a mechanical 3 way switch.
Okay maybe the Luton LUT-MLC minimum load adapter comes with a different model like the 6ANS
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Yes bridge needed even for local house communication.

Note: bridge is an ADVANTAGE and not a disadvantage. This won't slow down your network or so. Also it will work locally even when internet is down.

Price is good for 3

Your junction box MUST have a neutral, there is no way around it. These I believe come with load resistance device which you have to connect on the load wire and the other end of it to your neutral wire. Otherwise you may see a blinking red light.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong on above about load resistance thing that comes with it
Also worth noting in a lot of houses they bundle the neutrals together...you need (should) to unbundle them and connect the corresponding wire to the switch. Also. If your replacing a three way switch, you dont need to buy switch for each swich. you can use pico remote in the box. Huge cost savings.

Edit: I recommend unbundling the neutral needed because in multi gang boxes it has a tendency to become unmanageable and even more cramped
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Also worth noting in a lot of houses they bundle the neutrals together...you need to unbundle them and connect the corresponding wire to the switch. Also. If your replacing a three way switch, you dont need to buy switch for each swich. you can use pico remote in the box. Huge cost savings.
Really? Thought since it's a bundle of neutral going back to the breaker/panel you just combine this new wire into the giant loop.

That's why I think I had seen on YouTube videos.

Like a pigtail from the switch into the large pile of neutrals that are together.

It appears this is fine, assuming all of the stuff is in same circuit. Can't borrow neutral from a different circuit.
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Really? Thought since it's a bundle of neutral going back to the breaker/panel you just combine this new wire into the giant loop.

That's why I think I had seen on YouTube videos.

Like a pigtail from the switch into the large pile of neutrals that are together.

It appears this is fine, assuming all of the stuff is in same circuit. Can't borrow neutral from a different circuit.
yea all needs to be the same circuit. you technially can attach to the bundle the problem runs into with like 4 gang boxes, the bundle gets bigger and youll need an even bigger wirenut. its gets cramped, easier to just use the neutral for that run if that makes sense
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yea all needs to be the same circuit. you technially can attach to the bundle the problem runs into with like 4 gang boxes, the bundle gets bigger and youll need an even bigger wirenut. its gets cramped, easier to just use the neutral for that run if that makes sense
Yes I agree with you too.

I fortunately have a new construction where I handpicked many things and used deeper junction boxes to make my life easy for future.
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Yes I agree with you too.

I fortunately have a new construction where I handpicked many things and used deeper junction boxes to make my life easy for future.
I dont understand why they dont take pride in their work...lol they just jam that shit in there and these smart switches are deeper than a normal switch so an already cramped box becomes even more so.

for example look at this picture from the web...cmon man!

https://www.electrical-online.com...tion-2.jpg
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Does anyone here have experience with a double switch with the wireless capabilities and does not need a bridge?
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This is one area where you get what you pay for…Lutron is probably the best prosumer devices of this type that actually work and work consistently. Since they have their own network as said above they don't have the same issues with devices that run directly on wi-fi. Also, they are one of the few switches that work with Homekit (and all of them have a premium).
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