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Thread: 3-way with 1x PD-6ANS and Maestro Occupancy sensor

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    Unhappy 3-way with 1x PD-6ANS and Maestro Occupancy sensor

    Hi all, I have successfully installed many single pole dimmers in my house and now I have the last one remaining that's pretty difficult for me :( it's a 3way light for the hallway: I would have loved to use 1x PD-6ANS and a LUTRON Maestro Occupancy sensor but I got lost reading plenty of documents (also the PDF on the Lutron website for complex systems) and videos on YT.Is it possible to do or do I need to give up?The other options would be:- using 2x PD-6ANS- using 1x PD-6ANS and a Pico Remotebut also on the above solutions I have many doubts on the installation.Any suggestion?

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    The PD-6ANS will not work with the Maestro Occupancy Sensor. You also cannot have two PD-6ANS units work in a three way application together. Your options would be to have a PD-6ANS with a Pico remote Pj2-2B-GXX-L01 or a PD-6ANS and keeping the existing three way mechanical switch on the other side. Please see pages 14-17 and 32-34 on the at the following link. https://www.casetawireless.com/Docum...ced%20Inst.pdf

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    Thanks a lot! I’ll look at these options then!

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