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Thread: PD-10NXD vs PD-6WCL(5NE)/ PD-6ANS vs. PD-5WS-DV

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    PD-10NXD vs PD-6WCL(5NE)/ PD-6ANS vs. PD-5WS-DV

    I am about to pull the trigger on about 20 switches, both dimmer and non dimmer. I am trying to figure out if I should be buying the pro vs non-pro version. This is a new construction and I have neutrals in every room. As far as I can tell, the pro versions allow a mechanical switch on a 3-way and dont REQUIRE a neutral. Is there any other reason to get the 5WS vs the 6ANS? All of my my lighting is going to be traditional IC Cans with LED bulbs, should I go with the 5NE or the 6WCL? Or will the 10NXD just take care of any issues either way?Thanks

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    Always follow this rule in Caseta, RA2S, RR2, HWQS- if you can run a neutral dimmer or switch- then do it. LEDs ALWAYS perform better when a neutral device is used. Period.
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