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Lutron Caséta Wireless In-Wall Light Dimmer with Remote

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With Caséta by Lutron lighting controls you can schedule your lights to come on every day at dusk and have them automatically adjust as the seasons change. So your family always comes home to a well lit house. Upgrading your home simply and easily with Caséta smart dimmers means that lighting control is always at your fingertips. And when it's time to wind down there is no need to get up. Just set the scene. At the end of the day, when you've taken care of the things you value most. Let Caséta get the lights. Welcome home to peace of mind.

  • Overview

    The Lutron Caséta Wireless in-wall light dimmer and Pico remote control give you the convenience of setting the right light for any activity — bright for reading or dim for entertaining — from anywhere in a room using the handheld Pico remote control. For added versatility, you can mount the Pico onto a tabletop pedestal (sold separately) or directly to the wall.

    For control from anywhere in the world, couple your Caséta Wireless in-wall dimmers with the Lutron Caséta Smart Bridge and app. Simply connect the Smart Bridge to schedule and control your lights by iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. The Smart Bridge also works with Apple HomeKit-enabled products, Nest, select Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats, Logitech Harmony remotes, and more.

    Highlights

    Conveniently control your lights using the Pico remote control

    Caséta Wireless is compatible with the Lutron Caséta Smart Bridge (sold separately) for controlling lights via your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch

    Works with up to 150 watts of dimmable LED/dimmable CFL, 600 watts of incandescent/halogen

    Replaces a standard switch using the existing wires in as few as 15 minutes

    Remote has 10-year battery life (battery included)

    What’s in the Box

    Lutron Caséta Wireless in-wall dimmer

    Lutron Pico remote control

    Single-gang Claro wallplate

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: HomeKit Compatible

    Height: 6.75 in./17.14 cm

    Length: 2 in./5.08 cm

    Width: 5.94 in./15.09 cm

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: P-PGK1W-WH

    UPC or EAN No.: 784276154710

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: One-year limited

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  • 5.0 Average
    5 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best home lighting I've used in 20 years

      I have been using home automation products since the early 1990's (X10 back then). I have gone through Insteon, Z-wave and Zigbee. I initially wanted all Z-wave I have been using home automation products since the early 1990's (X10 back then). I have gone through Insteon, Z-wave and Zigbee. I initially wanted all Z-wave and Zigbee due to the wider selection but after have a couple Caseta switches installed, I'll pulling all my zwave stuff out (over 50 devices). It simply works better. When my wife hits the remote on her bedstand, I don't sit with my fingers crossed the lights go out. It happens instantly. And Siri control is better than anything else I've tried (Siri isn't perfect yet, but it's getting better). Short of spending $10k plus on a truly high end system, I think this is the best out there right now.

      • Written by Mark M from Trumbull

      42 of 46 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best home lighting I've used in 20 years

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Flawless

      I started using home automation products 6 years ago when Wink first hit the market. It had great vendor support at the time, but has since seen a lot of bumps. I started using home automation products 6 years ago when Wink first hit the market. It had great vendor support at the time, but has since seen a lot of bumps. Due to Wink's diversity, I own a bunch of different brands of automation stuff. Leviton, Lutron, GE, Phillips and iHome to name a few. I recently added the Lutron Bridge to connect my Caseta Switches to HomeKit. It was very easy and only took about 10 minutes. The control speed is AMAZING! Anyone who has been using these products for a long time will tell you the delay is the most annoying part of automation. This is almost instant and works every time, even after a power cycle. I prefer making the switch smart because then I don't have to buy three expensive smart-bulbs for a three-bulb fixture like the kitchen or lamps. I will be replacing all of my older z-Wave and non-HomeKit devices with these for sure as I transition to HomeKit.

      • Written by Nathaniel K from Des Moines

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Flawless

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Flawless

      I started using home automation products 6 years ago when Wink first hit the market. It had great vendor support at the time, but has since seen a lot of bumps. I started using home automation products 6 years ago when Wink first hit the market. It had great vendor support at the time, but has since seen a lot of bumps. Due to Wink's diversity, I own a bunch of different brands of automation stuff. Leviton, Lutron, GE, Phillips and iHome to name a few. I recently added the Lutron Bridge to connect my Caseta Switches to HomeKit. It was very easy and only took about 10 minutes. The control speed is AMAZING! Anyone who has been using these products for a long time will tell you the delay is the most annoying part of automation. This is almost instant and works every time, even after a power cycle. I prefer making the switch smart because then I don't have to buy three expensive smart-bulbs for a three-bulb fixture like the kitchen or lamps. I will be replacing all of my older z-Wave and non-HomeKit devices with these for sure as I transition to HomeKit.

      • Written by Nathaniel K from Des Moines

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Flawless

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best home lighting I've used in 20 years

      I have been using home automation products since the early 1990's (X10 back then). I have gone through Insteon, Z-wave and Zigbee. I initially wanted all Z-wave I have been using home automation products since the early 1990's (X10 back then). I have gone through Insteon, Z-wave and Zigbee. I initially wanted all Z-wave and Zigbee due to the wider selection but after have a couple Caseta switches installed, I'll pulling all my zwave stuff out (over 50 devices). It simply works better. When my wife hits the remote on her bedstand, I don't sit with my fingers crossed the lights go out. It happens instantly. And Siri control is better than anything else I've tried (Siri isn't perfect yet, but it's getting better). Short of spending $10k plus on a truly high end system, I think this is the best out there right now.

      • Written by Mark M from Trumbull

      42 of 46 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best home lighting I've used in 20 years