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Thread: Bathroom lights to "night level" with Caseta Dimmer?

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    Bathroom lights to "night level" with Caseta Dimmer?

    Hi,

    During the day I want the bathroom lights to come on at 100% when the on button is pressed. During night hours, 10 p.m to 6 a.m. for example, I would like these to max at 20%. Is his possible with a Caseta dimmer?

    Thanks in advance.

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    There is no way to program it based on the time of day. A solution would be to get the PD-5NE, which has a favorites button. Program the favorites button to set the lights at 20%. During the day press the top button to go to 100% and at night press the favorites button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davisadm View Post
    There is no way to program it based on the time of day. A solution would be to get the PD-5NE, which has a favorites button. Program the favorites button to set the lights at 20%. During the day press the top button to go to 100% and at night press the favorites button.
    Got it - thanks for your feedback. No neutral wire in this location unfortunately.

    Side question - do you ever think the "remember last on" power level feature will come to caseta?

    Thanks

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    I have a pico (mounted in the bracket and a wall plate) just outside my bathroom. During the day, I press the On button. At night, I press the Favorite button, which is set to 1% dim level.

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