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    Keypad

    We recently started using Lutron Caseta coming over from a competing system. They only thing we really miss is the prior system had keypad remotes and wall switches that could control multiple devices - i.e. multiple buttons for lamps, ceiling lights on a single keypad in a single gang or remote. Other than a wall mount tablet, there doesnt seem to be a device in the lineup that hits this goal in caseta. looks like there are some zwave options coming to market. I am sure Lutron does not share their plans, but I wonder if I am the only one out there with this request. Most of the rooms we have have multiple levels of lighting, lamps, reading lamps, ceiling, bookcase, etc.. controlling those things from a single physical device I would think would be desirable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjcCLE View Post
    We recently started using Lutron Caseta coming over from a competing system. They only thing we really miss is the prior system had keypad remotes and wall switches that could control multiple devices - i.e. multiple buttons for lamps, ceiling lights on a single keypad in a single gang or remote. Other than a wall mount tablet, there doesnt seem to be a device in the lineup that hits this goal in caseta. looks like there are some zwave options coming to market. I am sure Lutron does not share their plans, but I wonder if I am the only one out there with this request. Most of the rooms we have have multiple levels of lighting, lamps, reading lamps, ceiling, bookcase, etc.. controlling those things from a single physical device I would think would be desirable.
    I believe Pico's will do what you want. They can be programmed act like a 3-way switch (control a single device) or as a scene controller (control many devices). There are 4-button models that kindof/sortof act like keypads.
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    May want to consider one of the four button Pico Scene Keypads. http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...691066_ENG.pdf They can be used to program scenes and to assign different dimmers to different buttons by using the Caseta App. There are three pre-printed model numbers and PJ2-4B-GXX-P01, P02, P03 or custom engraving with the EL2 option. They do not toggle the scenes though. Meaning they can only be programmed to turn the lights to a specific level you choose. Hope this helps.

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