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    Last dimming level recall on a seetouch

    Is there a way to recall the last level on a seetouch? Any type of scene saver without having to use another device?

    A client would like something like a 6 button RL keypad, top botton is typical scene, next few are loads broken out, last button to recall where ever the lighting levels were on the room scene, prior to shutting off

    Thanks for your help
    matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by notch4u View Post
    Is there a way to recall the last level on a seetouch? Any type of scene saver without having to use another device?

    A client would like something like a 6 button RL keypad, top botton is typical scene, next few are loads broken out, last button to recall where ever the lighting levels were on the room scene, prior to shutting off

    Thanks for your help
    matt
    notch4u,

    Unfortunately, you are not able to program a button to recall the last level of the devices. Thank you for this feedback. I will pass it along to our development team as a feature request.

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    Just an observation, and not a criticism - if you made yourself a grid with all of Lutron's product offerings on one axis, and all the possible capabilities on the other axis, you'd find that cost does not always correlate with capability. For example, a $30 Maestro switch can recall the last set intensity, but a $400 QS switch cannot be programmed to do so. This is not to say that the Maestro switch must therefore be better, because the QS switch can be made to do a wide variety of cool things the Maestro cannot. However, it is curious that product managers determined that such a feature was necessary in its basic models, but unimportant in its expensive models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xs10shl View Post
    Just an observation, and not a criticism - if you made yourself a grid with all of Lutron's product offerings on one axis, and all the possible capabilities on the other axis, you'd find that cost does not always correlate with capability. For example, a $30 Maestro switch can recall the last set intensity, but a $400 QS switch cannot be programmed to do so. This is not to say that the Maestro switch must therefore be better, because the QS switch can be made to do a wide variety of cool things the Maestro cannot. However, it is curious that product managers determined that such a feature was necessary in its basic models, but unimportant in its expensive models.
    xs10shl,

    The HomeWorks QS Maestros have the same unlocked preset feature as the standard Maestros. Turning off a HomeWorks QS Maestro manually from the local button and turning back on does have the ability to go to the last level. This feature is currently not available through the use of a keypad button press. I have passed that feedback along to our development team.

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