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    PD-5ANS Ghosting?

    I have installed a PD-5ANS to control a string of LEDs hanging from the eaves of my garage. When the PD-5ANS is off, there is still a slight glow from the bulbs. Would I be correct in assuming that this is what is called 'ghosting?' Based on what I have read, is this because of a very slight load that the switch puts on the circuit to keep the RF unit live?Is there any way to avoid this, or do I just need to get used to it?Is there anywhere other than the forums where this kind of information about the Caseta system is available?Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLSeminarian View Post
    I have installed a PD-5ANS to control a string of LEDs hanging from the eaves of my garage. When the PD-5ANS is off, there is still a slight glow from the bulbs. Would I be correct in assuming that this is what is called 'ghosting?' Based on what I have read, is this because of a very slight load that the switch puts on the circuit to keep the RF unit live?Is there any way to avoid this, or do I just need to get used to it?Is there anywhere other than the forums where this kind of information about the Caseta system is available?Thanks.
    It could be a neutral interaction issue or a minimum load issue. You can try installing a LUT-MLC.
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